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Madeleine McCanns: Police Will Solve Case, Or Not, Maybe

by | 17th, April 2008

madeleine-mccann.jpgMADDIE WATCH – Anorak’s at-a-glance guide to press coverage of Madeleine McCann

DAILY MIRROR: “’We’ll get result on Madeleine McCann’, say Portuguese police”

Faro police chief Guilhermino Encarnacao promised the investigation would “bring results, whoever they hurt”… Dr Encarnacao said: “Everything’s going well. The inquiries carried out in the UK are progressing in the best way possible.”

Sow here is Madeleine McCann? Don’t keep us waiting…

Says the president of Portugal’s Bar Association, Antonio Marinho e Pinto: “They have reached a dead end and don’t know how to admit it.”

NEWS & STAR: “Leak was proof of McCanns’ innocence”

It has now emerged that Maddie sobbed for her mother the night before she vanished. “Mummy, why didn’t you come when we were crying last night,’’ said the little girl to her mother the night before she vanished.

It is Kate herself who told the police what her daughter had said. I doubt that a guilty mother would have dreamed of being so honest in her statement to the police.

The police leak may have been meant to damn the McCanns but Kate McCann’s admission was that of an innocent.

Case closed.

THE GUARDIAN: “Drugs firm attacks Sunday Express splash”

A drugs company is demanding a full correction over last weekend’s splash in the Sunday Express that made allegations about a medical trial going wrong.

Parexel has written to the paper asking for a correction over the story, headlined “Drugs test scandal returns”, claiming it contained “false and erroneous information”.

But what has it to do with Madeleine McCann?

Last month, the Sunday Express and Richard Desmond’s three other Express Newspapers titles carried front-page apologies and paid £550,000 in damages to Gerry and Kate McCann over a string of inaccurate stories about the disappearance of their daughter Madeleine.

The Sunday Express, Daily Express and Daily Star are also among 11 UK national newspapers being sued by Robert Murat, the first formal suspect to be named last year in the Madeline McCann case.

Never miss a chance to do your rivals down.

Madeleine McCann: On and on we go

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