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Toscano’s ‘The Frenchman’ Denies Abducting Madeleine McCann

by | 1st, July 2007

madeleine-mccann.jpgANORAK’S man in Portugal, Paulo Reis, hears from The Frenchman, Bernard Alapetite:

“I just came back from holidays and I think those informations and accusations are ridicule. I don’t know who you are. I’ll just tell you that I was in Portugal, for the last time, in 1977” –

This is a full translation from the reply that Bernard Alapetite, the man accused by Spanish “investigative journalist” Antonio Toscano of being the kidnapper of Madeleine McCann, sent to Gazeta Digital after we asked him a few questions about Toscano’s accusations (…)”

The movie “Like a Brother” was presented at more than a dozen film festivals, including London and Lisbon (9th Gay & Lesbian Film festival, 2005). But Mr. Bernard Alapetite published also several books with pictures of young boys, as referred in the site “La Garconnière” (…) In the portfolios shown at that blog there are images of boys that seem to be as young as 10/12, taken in California, USA, in a style that remembers the once “fashionable” Mapplethorpe and his nude pictures of 4/5 years old children (..)

There is another area where Mr. Bernard Alapetite had an “interesting” activity: the political field. He was one of the collaborators of “Gaie France Magazine”, an extreme-right homosexual publication (…)

Another extreme-right publication where Mr. Alapetite wrote was “Defense de L’Occidente”. In one of its editions of 1976, his name appears with other well known extreme-right politicians, like the Spanish José Antonio Primo de Rivera and the Holocaust negacionist René Faurisson.”

Robert Murat remains the only suspect…

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