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Madeleine McCann: Man Confesses That Gipsies Took Her

by | 1st, September 2010

MADELEINE McCann: Anorak looks at the missing child in the news: today we learn that “Maddie paedo”Raymond Hewlett “confessed on his deathbed ”.

Hewlett died in April 2010. Antonella Lazzeri and Andy Crick have news:

In a letter to his estranged son Wayne, he denied having anything to do with Maddie’s disappearance.

Hewlett was not the Maddie paedo, as billed in the tabloids? He said he did not harm her nor ever meet her. There was no death bed confession to the contrary, then?

But he said he knew she had been stolen to order by a gipsy gang who kidnap children for wealthy couples unable to have kids or adopt.

Gipsies! Always the gipsies * * * * * . Remember those “ Gypsy snatchers “, Maria Alice dos Santos Silveira, Jorge Vitorino Cabral Martins and Yvone Albino.

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But this is a confession, so good that the case has progressed. What other facts, then?

A source close to their ongoing investigation said: “What he says fits the No1 theory, which is that she was stolen to order.”

Isn’t the No.1 theory, as furthered by the tabloids, that paedophiles stole Madeleine McCann, it having taken the top spot from the libellous theory that the parents, Kate and Gerry McCann had a hand in their daughter’s disappearance? And what then of the Daily Mirror’s six theories, published in May 2007 :


And then there was the Madeira Liberation Army .

The Sun goes on:

Hewlett died of throat cancer in April, aged 62, after persistently refusing to meet the McCanns’ detectives.

No. He declined to meet the McCanns’ private detectives. He was spoken to by the police.

He became a suspect because of his appalling record of rape and abduction of children.

He was

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