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Madeleine McCann: The Nanny Suspect, Amaral Policing And Jail

by | 30th, September 2007

MADDYWATCH Anorak’s at-a-glance guide to press coverage of Madeleine McCann.

SUNDAY EXPRESS front page: “MADELEINE MYSTERY. BRING IT ON.”

The Sunday Express is not the Express, which has form some weeks led with the front-page banner “MADELEINE”. The Sundays Express goes its own way.

“McCanns remain defiant as they face 40 questions from UK police this week”

“Kate and Gerry’s fury as new sighting in Morocco by businessman is ignored”

SUNDAY MIRROR front page: “MADDIE HUNT: THE TRUTH.”

The truth… At last…

“DISGRACE.”

A picture of Madeleine McCann (on the right). A picture of Portuguese copper Goncarlo Amaral (left).

“Police have ignored 250 sightings of her” and have investigated how many?

“Cop leading police probe works four hours a day” Amaral’s not overworked and fresh.

“He has three-hour boozy lunches with pals” Amaral holds lengthy meetings to discuss and masticate over the case with team.

“Puffing on a cigarette and knocking back beers, the man leading the world’s biggest missing child inquiry enjoys yet another long, boozy lunch.”

Good to know that the Mirror is not wasting its time and watching him.

STAR ON SUNDAY : “THREATS TO McCANNS.”

“Friends say the couple are ‘extremely concerned’ by the nature of the threats and are considering hiring extra security.

Last night a spokeswoman for the McCanns, both 39, confirmed that they had been sent what she described as ‘negative letters and fear mail’.”

INDEPENDENT : “Maddie ‘kidnapped by maid’, says email.”

“The McCanns’ spokesman, Clarence Mitchell, said they were ‘encouraged’ by the development.”

SUNDAY TELEGRAPH : Kate McCann will risk jail to find Madeleine

Kate McCann has been told by her legal team that she faces jail sentence if she flouts Portuguese law to discuss details of the four-year-old’s disappearance in a high-profile television interview.
She tells a “close friend”: “I will do what I must. What does any of it matter if it helps find Madeleine?”

“It is what Kate thinks will help,” a

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