Anorak News | Madeleine McCann: Paul Gordon Sees, Clarence Mitchell Knows And A Circus

Madeleine McCann: Paul Gordon Sees, Clarence Mitchell Knows And A Circus

by | 6th, January 2008

kate-mccann-catty.pngMADDYWATCH – Anorak’s at-a-glance guide to press coverage of Madeleine McCann

SUNDAY PEOPLE: “New witness was worried by the creeps lurking near apartment.. just 5 days later Maddie had vanished”

“Paul Gordon said he was worried the dodgy-looking people had no business to be at the Portuguese complex”

Which means: “His shock evidence could mean child-snatchers had been staking out the complex before four-year-old Maddie’s family even arrived there”
Or not…


So says…the McCanns’ spokesman Clarence Mitchell: “At the end of the day the police won’t have enough evidence to prosecute Gerry and Kate because they were not involved in Madeleine’s disappearance in any shape or form”

THE TIMES: “My smashing idea for the circus,” by Ron Liddle

“Staggering somewhat bleary-eyed into the living room on the morning of January 1, 2008, I switched on the television to see what was new with the world. And lo, there were Kate and Gerry McCann staring out at me from BBC News 24. I watched for a few minutes trying to work out if there had been some crucial development in the case that I had missed, but it seemed not. Nothing whatsoever had happened, in fact. Like everyone else, I pray that Madeleine McCann will be found safe and well and that, in the meantime, the whole ghastly soap opera ceases to be the media’s preeminent obsession”

Thus producing more McCann coverage in the Times

THE STAR (South Africa): “Missing kids crisis”

“One child disappears every six hours in South Africa – 110 a month last year until the end of November… Statistics point to 80 percent of missing children being runaways, with 15 percent getting lost. The balance are allegedly abducted… In 2007, murdered South African children included Sheldean Human (7) of Pretoria, Mikayla Rossouw (6) of Swellendam, Annestacia Wiese (11) of Mitchells Plain and Sonja Brown (2) of Rawsonville. Internationally, the world was gripped by the disappearance of British toddler Madeleine McCann (3) from a Portuguese flat”

The missing

Madeleine McCann – the story so far

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