“Madeleine died in the apartment”

‘CM’ [Correio da Manhã] today starts the exclusive publication of excerpts from the book by Gonçalo Amaral, who believes that Madeleine McCann died inside the apartment at Praia da Luz. The episode of the holidays in 2005, in Mallorca – which raises suspicions about a friend of the couple – and the DNA results are the first parts.

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Payne suspected of paedophilia

David Payne, one of the McCanns’ friends that were on holidays in the Algarve on the 3rd of May last year, when Madeleine disappeared, was suspected of paedophile behaviours.

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Judge expresses sympathy for businessman who destroyed offices of firm that delayed payment

Lincoln Crown Court Judge Michael Heath felt sorry for floor specialist Paul Young, who he said had acted out of “understandable frustration”
Lincoln Crown Court Judge Michael Heath felt sorry for floor specialist Paul Young, who he said had acted out of “understandable frustration”

Lincoln Crown Court Judge Michael Heath felt sorry for floor specialist Paul Young, who he said had acted out of “understandable frustration”

Despite causing £24,000 worth of damage he has walked free from court after a judge took sympathy on him and said he had acted out of “understandable frustration”.

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Maddie ‘home by Christmas’

THE boss of the Spanish detective agency hired by the McCanns has bizarrely boasted Maddie could be “home by Christmas”.

Metodo 3 chief Francisco Marco insisted yesterday for the THIRD time that missing Maddie was in their sights.

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McCann murder case crumbling

António Cluny, president of the Portuguese public prosecutors’ service, said that it appeared that there was insufficient forensic evidence to prove that Madeline was killed by her parents.

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Private security team hired by Kate and Gerry McCann for secret investigation

A private security firm has been secretly investigating the disappearance of Madeleine McCann for four months because her parents feared that Portuguese police were failing properly to search for their daughter.

Control Risks Group (CRG) is believed to have been checking reported sightings of Madeleine from around the world and building up profiles of likely abductors.

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