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Madeleine McCann: Mini Match, No Giving Up, No End In Sight

by | 15th, February 2008

madeleinemccann2.jpgMADDYWATCH – Anorak’s at-a-glance guide to press coverage of Madeleine McCann

DAILY STAR: “Police to quiz Tapas Seven”

Tapas Nine, surely. Sangria 7…

The Home Office has received a list of questions the Portuguese police want to put to the Tapas 7/9. The questions would be uttered by British police, with the Portuguese sitting in and maybe even making notes

DAILY MIRROR: “McCanns refuse to lose hope”

“Madeleine McCann’s parents will never give up searching for her despite the police investigation coming to an end”

On it goes

SUR (Spain) – UD Marbella draw with table topping écija Balompié (A harsh refereeing decision ended Marbella’s hopes of a win)

During half-time, two teams of schoolchildren (Marbella Paraíso and AFA/Pablo Picasso) played a mini-match in the inter-schools tournament to highlight the plight of Madeleine McCann, missing for over nine months, and Mari Luz Cortés, who has been missing for over a month after buying sweets from a kiosk near her home in Huelva.

DAILY RECORD: “Madeleine McCann’s Parents Vow Not To Give Up Hunt”

The McCanns’ spokesman Clarence Mitchell says: “We would ask that our private detectives should have access to police files so they can continue working on the case, even if the police will not.”

Says Gerry McCann’s brother John: “They want to be able to concentrate on searching for their daughter instead of defending themselves from a completely false accusation. This case of trying to charge them has been ridiculous since the start.”

Updates to follow

Madeleine McCann: The media frenzy 

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