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Madeleine McCann: 1000 Days Of Nothing But Looking

by | 24th, January 2010

maddie31MADDIE WATCH – Anorak’s at-a-glance guide to press coverage of Madeleine McCann, Kate McCann and Gerry McCann: On Wednesday January 27 2010, Madeleine McCann will have been missing for 1,000 days – unless she is found before that.

This seems unlikely, given that so sign of the missing innocent has been seen in that time. We have had sightings, speculation, accusation, hype, fury, hoopla, pain, libel and above all sensation and entertainment – but we have not a single clue as to what happened to Madeleine McCann.

Madeleine McCann: 100 Days Of Voyeurism And Entertainment

She remains missing. There are no suspects. No crime had been proven to have befallen her. But we can watch the parents on the telly. We can watch their suffering. Look. Look. Look.

You can read the reports from every day of the search for Our Maddie on Anorak.

Start here.

The News of The World says:

A THOUSAND lanterns will float into the sky this week to mark the number of days little Madeleine McCann has been missing.

Supporters will release the lights in Britain, Portugal and America at 7.30pm on Wednesday.

At the same time, the girl’s parents Kate and Gerry will host a star-studded gala dinner in Kensington, West London, to raise funds for the search.

As for that investigation –itself almost 1,000 says old – the Daily Star has news:

MISSING Madeleine McCann could be still alive and just a few miles from the Portuguese resort where she vanished in 2007, investigators believe. Former detective inspector Dave Edgar, who is leading the hunt, made a secret visit to Praia da Luz at the beginning of last week.

On his return, he said it was a “very distinct possibility” that Maddie could be living in a poor country district inland from the holiday area.

Could. Possible.

Such is the state of the story of Madeleine McCann – the single thread tale that was feasted upon by a voracious media and in part fed by a media savvy Kate and Gerry McCann, who then became the target of media abuse.

Around 180 famous names and wealthy supporters of the Find Madeleine fund are expected to attend the private bash at the stylish Kensington Roof Gardens, in London, on Wednesday, January 27.

Money raised from the event through tickets sales and an auction of items donated by the fund’s backers will be split between the Find Madeleine fund and two other charities.

Guests are thought

A missing child became a global sensation.

Madeleine McCann is missing…

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