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Madeleine McCann: Snatched For £100,000 By Kidnappers Not Interested In £1.5 Million Reward

by | 25th, October 2009

mccann-reward1IN “MAIL-ORDER MADDIE ‘WAS SNATCHED BY CRIME LORD‘”, the Daily Star adds another theory to the many that have passed for reporting on the disappearance of an innocent child.

MADDIE McCann was a “mail-order kid” snatched by a scarfaced North African crime lord, according to explosive new claims revealed today.

This one has many of the elements of an Our Maddie story: foreigners; darkies, North Africa, kidnap and a “claim” supported by not a shred of evidence.

Police are now hunting an Algerian mafia boss who allegedly bragged to British associates in Portugal just weeks after the child’s disappearance.

And we know this now because…?

He told them he had snatched Madeleine in a £100,000 “steal-to- order” kidnap plot. And the Daily Star Sunday can reveal that police are set to quiz two jailed British gangsters believed to have heard his shock claims.

This is getting bigger and bigger. What facts? As June say in the Forums:

She was snatched for £100k allegedly? weren’t the rewards on offer multmillion at the time? strange they didn’t speak out then….

Now read on:

After a tip-off from underworld sources, detectives want to quiz Liverpool drug baron Paul Bennett, 45 – behind bars for perverting justice after going on the run for eight years in the Algarve.

What detectives? Surely, the cops know where they can find him – in jail?

They are also keen to talk to James Neil, 40, a business partner of Bennett and an associate of caged Notts drug baron Colin Gunn. Both men and our source – who is also a top-level gangster – were running a lucrative entertainment protection racket in Portugal.

Not a bit like the macabre and lucrative entertainment racket run by the British media in Portugal for over two years?

A shadowy Algerian, who went by the names Younis and Tariq and was staying in Albufeira, allegedly tried to muscle in with his Moroccan-based mob.

This is the big Algerian mafia boss who is so big the Star doesn’t know his full name, allegedly?

Our source, who was based just 15 minutes from the Praia da Luz resort from where two-year-old Maddie was abducted in May 2007, said: “This fella heard what Bennett was doing and wanted a slice. He was a nasty piece of work – a heavy-hitter drug dealer who also talked about mail-order kids.”

He talked about “mail-order kids” after Our Maddie went missing – when the British media had descended on Portugal to talk about paedos and, er, mail-order kids? Any other evidence?

“The kids were nicked to order – snatched and delivered to wealthy people for big cash payouts. Bennett and Jamie thought they could negotiate with this guy but he was just looking at them thinking that they were a couple of big, roast chickens and he was going to gobble the lot up.”

You big lovable roast chicken, you…

“In one meeting, before Maddie vanished, the Algerian said he’d taken kids from other parts of Europe and sold them on to rich families in Morocco. After Maddie was gone, we had another business meeting and he just came right out with it and said he and his team had done Maddie.”

And you tells us this now because?

“The Algerian said Maddie had been taken away by ferry and joked about mail-order kids again. I don’t think he was bothered whether she was sold to paedophiles or just a family. He was only interested in the money. It was around 100 grand.”

Any more facts?

The Algerian – black, with cropped hair and facial scars – is “known to police in Portugal”.

Black mafia boss with scarred face living in Arab Algeria is know to the police? He’d be tough to spot. So what else is happening?

Last night a police spokesman in Leicestershire where the McCanns live, said: “We have no comment to make.”

That big, eh..?

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