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Madeleine McCann: Robert Murat Is Back On The Front Pages

by | 20th, November 2014

MADELEINE McCann:  Anorak’s look at the missing child in the news.

The Daily Express features Madeleine McCann on its front page.

“POLICE WANT TO QUIZ MURAT AS A WITNESS”

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Robert Murat, the man monstered by the media, is back in the news. But he’s no suspct in any crime. He’s a possible witness to something, maybe or maybe not.

That’s the entire story.

The Herald has more:

Mr Murat told the BBC neither he nor his lawyer had received a formal request to appear, but said he “would do so freely”. He said: “My conscience is clear and I have no problem speaking to the police again.”

Mr Murat’s wife has also been listed as one of the four witnesses the Metropolitan Police wish to have questioned regarding Madeleine’s disappearance.

The Met police are crossing ‘ts’. They are reviewing eveything.

Four of the 11 speaking to police are being interviewed as witnesses and seven as ‘arguidos’ – a status in the Portuguese judicial system referring to individuals whom police may reasonably suspect are linked to a crime.

What crime, we’re not told.

Mr Murat appears cool in the face of pressure. But ITV takes another line:

Robert Murat ‘frustrated’ over second McCann questioning

The entire ITV story is hereunder:

Robert Murat has said he is “frustrated” at the prospect of being questioned for a second time in connection with missing Madeleine McCann.

The British ex-pat was the first person Portuguese police identified as a “suspect” at the time of her disappearance seven years ago.

Mr Murat, who has always denied any involvement, later successfully sued 11 newspapers winning libel damages of £600,000.

He has previously claimed the ordeal

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