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Madeleine McCann: Police At War Over Euclides Monteiro, The Black African White Child Snatcher

by | 23rd, March 2014

MADELEINE MCCANN: Anorak’s look at the missing child in the news…

The Sunday Express is the only appear to lead with the missing child. And its news is chilling:




Don’t panic. We’ve had a War of Maddie back of February.




No shots have been fired.

James Murray has news.

SCOTLAND Yard’s hunt for Madeleine McCann is in jeopardy because of foot-dragging by Portuguese police who think they know who was responsible for her disappearance.

Who is the kidnapper?

High-ranking officers in Portugal are convinced African thief Euclides Monteiro took Madeleine and was responsible for sex attacks on five other British girls before being killed in a tractor accident in 2009. However, the frustrated Yard team believes there is insufficient evidence. One attack believed to be significant to the Madeleine inquiry took place the year after Monteiro died.

The African thief. The British girls. This is dog whistle reporting.

Are the Portuguese police convinced Monteiro stole the child? They’ve not said so.  Just yesterday the Express‘ sister organ, the Star, reported that the British cops know – just know – the dead black man stole the child:

Sex beast in Maddie case dead: Police identify prime suspect

POLICE in Portugal claim they know the identity of the sex beast British cops believe was involved in Madeleine McCann’s disappearance – and he’s dead.

So. No war. Total agreement. Or as the Mirror reports on two men in their 50s going door-to-door:

Madeleine McCann police hunt two Eastern European bogus charity workers who targeted Algarve holiday homes

Police hunting for Madeleine McCann have been given vital new clues about two bogus charity workers operating in the resort when the tot went missing.

The “significant development” came hours after a new appeal on Crimewatch last Wednesday. British officers were given fresh details about the conmen now believed to be Eastern European rather than Portuguese as originally thought.

And anonymous source goes on the record:

A source said: “The men were knocking on the doors of holidaymakers asking for cash for a charity for handicapped children. They disappeared from the area but it is not known how they­ ­travelled about.

“The charity card they used had six or seven sentences on each side. One was written in Portuguese and the other in English, but with very poor grammar. They said very little and appeared to rely on showing people their card. It is believed they were Eastern ­European.”

Such are the facts.


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