Madeleine McCann: Marcelino Italiano Knows Maddie Is In America
MADELEINE McCann: She’s back on the front pages.
The Sun leads with:
“Maddie is in US – I know who took her.”
We meet Marcelino Italiano. He’s 36. He says Our Maddie was kidnapped by an “Algarve-based paedophile ring”.
How does he know? Well, the Sun says he’s an “amateur sleuth”. And he says:
“They can get away with anything.”
Who are they? If they are so dangerous, now is the time to name them. Tell us:
“I know these people were involved and I have been told that Madeleine may now be in America.”
“I can’t say how, but I have known these people and believe they can get away with anything.”
A gang of paedophiles that steal children and transport them around the world are at large but the amateur sleuth won’t name them?!
“I think there have been over a dozen children kidnapped. They prey on the weak and vulnerable.”
Well, the weak and vulnerable are often the targets.
“They are ruthless. I have been attacked twice for trying to investigate it and even lost my front tooth in one attack. I am prepared to go to any length to reveal the truth about these sick people – they need to be exposed.”
Any lengths? So. Name names.
Italiano has handed a dossier of information he uncovered to police in Huelva, south west Spain.
But why does he not tell everyone? Why is he talking to the tabloids?
The Sun is right to cite the case of Casa Pia paedophile ring. Criminals abducted and raped children from state-run orphanages. They have been jailed. But none of them mentioned Madeleine McCann.
So. What of this claim? Well, lest you think has nothing to do with Our Maddie, Italiano’s lawyer assures us that her client has a “credible and believable story“:
“He told the police he believed Maddie was taken by the gang and he believes she may now be in the US.”
Believed. May. Credible?
Madeleine McCann is missing – still missing. Her name is the benchmark of all missing children and can be used to make your claims hit the news agenda.
To date, Our Maddie has been spotted in: