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SY looking for Named Norwegian People

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SY looking for Named Norwegian People

Post by Truthmustout on 15.10.13 16:37

SY allegedly has the name of some Norwegian people they want to talk to, and has also sent request to 30 other countries after going through all the mobil activity in the area.

Regarding the E fit a Norwegian Police officer earlier today said it was very unlikely that it is the abductor, but that the person could hold vital clues or information about that night. He said its the way police work, to emliminate people as suspects, thats why its important to find who this person is. 

Seems like they try to rule out all other possibilitys, and if they do, in the end, all they will have left is the mccann....

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Re: SY looking for Named Norwegian People

Post by MRNOODLES on 15.10.13 16:46

British police are looking around Europe for people who were in Praia da Luz when Madeleine McCann disappeared. Named Norwegians are among the most sought.
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Earlier today told VG that NCIS has received a request for assistance in connection with the disappearance ofMadeleine McCann in 2007. British policy has sent similar requests to 31 countries, including Portugal where the disappearance occurred. Requests for phones that have been used in the area where McCann disappeared. According to Norwegianattempting British police to come in contact with named persons in Norway. Were you in the area when Madeleine McCann disappeared in 2007? Contact VG!According to the channel, none of the named Norwegians suspect in the case. - We just want to talk to them to get the widest possible view of the matter. We want to examine it as well as possible, said spokesman Richard Jones of the Metropolitan Police told NRK. New information The much discussed McCann case took Monday a new turn when British police announced phantom images of a man they believe may have kidnapped McCann.The then three year old girl disappeared from the bedroom condo in the family had rented in the Portuguese town of Praia da Luz 3May 2007.

Maddie case

  • Madeleine McCann disappeared from the family resort in the resort of Praia da Luz on the Algarve in southern Portugal 3 May 2007, just before his fourth birthday.
  • Portuguese police dismissed the case in 2008, after earlier that year had declared her parents Kate and Gerry McCann as suspects in the case, but without aim them.
  • The disappearance has received considerable media attention. Mr Mrs McCann has kept a high media profile and launched a worldwide campaign to find his daughter.
  • Britain has recently gone through the whole thing again. They have now published two computer generated phantom images of a named man was seen that night Madeleine McCann disappeared.
  • Source: NTB


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