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Madeleine McCann spotted in Fuengirola – the witch hunt for Karsten Meyer

by | 9th, May 2012

maddie1 Madeleine McCann spotted in Fuengirola   the witch hunt for Karsten MeyerTHE “HUNT FOR MADDIE” is back on the Daily Express’ front page. The paper has picked up on the Sun’s story that Karen Sisson saw a blonde child “identical” to missing Madeleine on a campsite in Fuengirola, Spain.

The Express says the The Cabopino Campsite, is set in “sprawling woodland”. This suggest it an ideal place to hide a missing child. A look at the campsite’s website tells us that this “sprawling” place has two swimming pools, a children’s park, a football pitch, bungalows and a mini club for children.

The Express goes on to tell of the “mysterious girl” who wore the same clothes two days running.

We learn:

The couple with the children are believed to have checked in for their near-two-week stay under the name Karsten Meyer.

That’s mysterious? They also used a car. They stayed on the site for two weeks. The tin id is placed upon this front-page mystery when campsite manageress Tiscar Sanchez says:

“I don’t recall anyone at the time raising concerns about any families on the campsite and police haven’t been asking questions about a Madeleine McCann sighting here.”

Sisson says she told the police what she saw and laments the fact they did not respond.

Sanchez adds:

“We make a note of the number plates of all vehicles that come in here and pass them on to police on a daily basis. We also send them the names of everyone who stays here over the age of 16. There’s six of us working here and we also make our own checks of the site every day. Madeleine McCann’s disappearance was big news here in Spain and I think we would have noticed at the time if someone had tried to hide out here with her.”

And that’s front-page news in the Daily Express.

Such are the facts.



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