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Madeleine McCann’s Decisive Moments

by | 21st, August 2007

madeleine-mccann-poster.jpg“MADELEINE: ALL POLICE LEAVE IS CANCELLED.”

Last week the Express told us that the investigation into the disappearance of Madeleine McCann had reached a “critical” stage. Today the paper enters the “decisive phase”.

We now know a critical stage lasts for one month. How long the decisive phase endures depends on how soon Portuguese police receive the forensic report on a “critical clue”.

This could also take a month. But the Express says this tiny scrap of evidence “has allowed detectives to build up a remarkably clear picture of what happened to Madeleine in the hours after she was taken”.

The paper does not say what this evidence is, only that police have refused to discuss it.

So the Express mentions the specks of blood found on the wall of the McCanns’ apartment, the ones identified as not being from Madeleine.

The Express says police have refused to say where this vital clue was discovered, but the Express narrows it down to either the apartment at the Ocean Club resort or one of 10 vehicles rigorously examined earlier this month.

Or it might be from one of the coastal areas around Praia da Luz searched by police. The Express hears that Madeleine might have been killed and thrown into the sea, or as the “credible” evidence once told us, her body “BURIED UNDER ROCKS” (the Mirror).

But whodunnit? The Express says “a possible suspect” is under surveillance in Britain. Is this person more possible or less possible than the last possible ‘suspect’ James Gorrod? And isn’t Robert Murat in Portugal?

We are not told. All we know is that after 110 days, the net is closing. This is, says the Express, the “final phase”.

And it might go on for months…

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