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Madeleine McCann: The Super Bock Theory

by | 27th, April 2014

MADELEINE McCann: the Sunday Express has Our Maddie on her usual place: the front page.

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The headline is sensational. But which Maddie Suspect? Which shirt? Found by whom?

James Murray explains:

A FORMER Scotland Yard detective has uncovered a sensational clue that could help solve the disappearance of Madeleine McCann.

Peter Bleksley believes the shirt worn by the prime suspect was a rare design produced by beer company Super Bock.

The shirt is this one seen below, reportedly worn by the man linked to attacks on children in Portugal.

 

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So. The man who is no longer a serving policeman who is not working on the case in any official capacity has found this shirt?

It was not sold but given away to loyal customers and should be possible to trace. The suspect is a child sex attacker who has been operating for years in the area of Portugal where Madeleine vanished in 2007.

His burgundy coloured top with a distinctive white ­circle on the back was described by the families of two of his victims.

We thought it looked not a lot unlike this top, as worn by Arsenal FC:

 

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Back to Mr Bleksley, 54, “a founder member of the Yard’s undercover squad”, who tells the paper:

“Some people have suggested it bore a resemblance to a strip once worn by the Arsenal football team.”

Yes. We did .

“However, I think a more likely explanation could be that the man was wearing one of these Super Bock promotional T-shirts.”

More likely? So. He hasn’t found the top worn by the suspect, then?

This is the logo for Super Bock beer:

 

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And this is a super Bock Tee:

 

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What else do we know about Mt Bleksley? His twitter profile tells us:

I write, consult, and comment upon subjects that I know a lot about. Policing, crime, security. Husband. Dad to 3 great sons. Love sport, especially QPR. London

The Guardian tells us he is “a director and co-owner of a business intelligence

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