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Madeleine McCann: Finally We Get A Black Suspect (And He’s Dead)

by | 4th, November 2013

MADELEINE McCann: Having rounded up and let the gypsies go ( for now ) the Daily Mirror tells readers that the latest “suspect” is an African-born black man.

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The headline yells: “Madeleine McCann prime suspect pictured: Heroin addict who worked at hotel club”

The prime suspect” is Portuguese immigrant Euclides Monteiro. David Collins writes:

A key suspect in the abduction of Madeleine McCann was fired from the holiday complex where she vanished after police warned staff: “You can’t trust this man.”

A key suspect? But he was the “prime suspect” just one line earlier? And weren’t gypsy abductors giving us hope?



Says the Mirror :

Junkie and ex-jailbird Euclides Monteiro was sacked by the Ocean Club in Praia da Luz, Portugal, the year before the blonde three-year-old ­disappeared on May 3, 2007.

Because her hair colour is of vital importance.

Yesterday, as the first picture of the 6ft 2in ex-waiter emerged, detectives were investigating the possibility that he kidnapped Madeleine after being disturbed as he broke into her ­family’s ­apartment.

Menteiro, known as Toni, died aged 40 in a tractor accident four years ago.

He’s dead. He died in 2009. Let’s dig him up and beat him with sticks. And then arrest him:


But phone records have placed him near the flats at the time she vanished. It is believed he may have been raiding guests’ rooms to feed his heroin habit.

Yeah. Or  maybe he wasn’t.

His picture looks nothing like two e-fit images issued by Scotland Yard – but police stress they are still exploring every line of inquiry.

No sh*t. You remember those e-fits? The Mirror shows us them and declared that the man in the picture was “vital” to solving the case.



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