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Madeleine McCann: 100 Questions And José Cunha de Magalhães e Meneses Says

by | 14th, November 2007

mccann-parents.jpg MADDY WATCH Anorak’s at-a-glance guide to press coverage of Madeleine McCann


Paulo Rebelo, new head of the “hunt for missing Madeleine”, has drawn up a list of 100 questions. Whether this list is fixed or likely to grow to, says, 105 or 106 questions is unspeculated upon

“The 100 questions are believed to cover in minute detail how the events of May 3 unfolded from early that day until the McCanns reported Madeleine missing around 10.40pm”

100 questions…

Page 10: “Witness confirms Madeleine ‘seen in Bosnia village’” an Irish pilgrim says he saw Madeleine. And now “local shop assistant Marina Dugandzic, 39, backs up the story

She saw Madeleine?

Says Marina: “He did not mention the name of Maddie McCann or tell us his name. However, he said that he had seen someone pushing a little girl into a black VW Golf with Bosnian number plates. Our colleague Monika Pandza, an English language professor, translated his words”

Nothing lost in translation , we hope

THE SUN page 25: “100 QUESTIONS Maddie cops’ bid to grill McCanns again”

It’s part of a ‘letter of appeal’ that police want to send to the British Authorities. “Under Portuguese law, such a plea is a formal request asking for interviews, and accompanies details of the evidence”

A source tells a Portuguese newspaper: “If a body doesn’t turn up, or somebody comes forward with a credible lead, we continue without any chance of closing the investigation”

Such is the news

DAILY MAIL page 27: “Maddie’s parents ‘have 100 questions to answer’”

The questions are being blocked by Portimao District Attorney José Cunha de Magalhães e Meneses, who is less than certain there is good case against the McCanns

And the police in Portugal are awaiting the results of substances sent to the Forensics Science Service in Birmingham


Police also want to “seize” the couple’s laptop and Bible

DAILY MIRROR page 20: “McCann officers hit a wall”

No, not more awful Portuguese police driving . Just a source saying police have no new leads

THE TIMES : “Meredith or Madeleine: it’s trial by media”

Magnus Linklater manages to

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