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Madeleine McCann: Isabella Nadoni Is Brazil’s Our Maddie

by | 27th, March 2010

MADELEINE McCann – Anorak’s at-a-glance guide to press coverage of Madeleine McCann – THE death of five-year-old Isabella Nardoni is evoking the name of Madeleine McCann in Brazil. Nadoni’s body was found on March 29, 2008.

Her parents, Alexandre Nardoni and stepmother Anna Carolina Jatobe, said the girl had been killed by an intruder at their apartment clock.

But they were lying. Both are guilty of killing the girl and throwing her from the window of their sixth-floor apartment.

And what has this to do with Our Maddie, benchmark of missing children? Says the Australian news report:

The public fascination with the death of Isabella Nardoni has been likened to the disappearance of Madeleine McCann in the UK and the OJ Simpson trial in the US, with a poll showing 98 percent of Brazilians were aware of the case.

In court Nardoni is sentenced to 31 years, while Jatobe will serve a 26 year sentence.

What happened to Madeleine McCann remains a mystery. Her parents are not suspects. They are innocent. But such is the voracious feeding frenzy and slick McCann campaign about the blonde innocent that even thought she’s not been found, lots of people all round the world know that she’s not been found…


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