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Madeleine McCann: An EastEnders Celebration And The Twins Were There

by | 14th, February 2010

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The Sunday Expres s has news of a lead in the disappearance of Madeleine McCann:

‘MCCANN TWINS MAY HOLD CLUES’ SAYS CRIMINAL PROFILER

May?

THE country’s most senior criminal profiler suggested Madeleine McCann’s brother and sister should have been interviewed about her disappearance.

Does this top ‘tec not think the parents Gerry and Kate McCanns have asked their children what they saw that fateful night? Since we are being invited to imagine, can we imagine that? It tusn out the story is based on documents presented to court in the matter of McCanns v Goncalo Amaral .

Twins Sean and Amelie were aged just two years and three months when Madeleine was snatched from a holiday apartment on the Algarve in Portugal in May 2007 shortly before her fourth birthday.

A month later, Lee Rainbow, senior behavioural investigation consultant at the National Policing Improvement Agency, wrote a report for Portuguese detectives which may have altered the course of the inquiry.

Mr Rainbow urged them to “consider the possibility of exploring the potential of interviewing Sean and Amelie McCann”.

Well, he also suggested that the parents should be investigated. They are no longer arguidos. They are innocent. There are no suspects nor proof presented to readers of a crime that befell Madeleine McCann.

The children, now five, were sharing a bedroom with Madeleine when she was taken. As reported last year in the Sunday Express, the McCanns believe the kidnapper may have entered the apartment the evening before because Madeleine complained she had been woken by Sean crying.

Facts.

The last time British police seriously interviewed such a young child was in 1992. Rachel Nickell was murdered in front of her two-year-old son, Alex Hanscombe, on Wimbledon Common, south-west London. Despite his age, Alex was able to give detectives valuable and credible information.

The horrific murder of a woman in front of her young child a case that saw the police get it so wrong that Colin Stagg’s name is forever sullied and Robert Napper get away with it for years can be linked the disappearance of Madeleine McCann, whose parents are desperately trying to

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