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News digests and reviews of the missing child in the news. Madeleine McCann vanished on Thursday, 3 May 2007 from a rented holiday flat in Praia da Luz, Portugal. Madeleine, on holiday with her twin siblings and parents Kate and Gerry McCann,became the biggest news story of the past decade. We’ve followed it closely ever since the story broke.

Using Blonde Maria To Bash The Gypsies And Feed Off Madeleine McCann

WHEN the tabloids looked at the blond child found in the Greek gypsy camp they thought of Madeleine McCann. The Daily Star went as far as declaring “Maddie Found In Greece“:




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Posted: 20th, October 2013 | In: Madeleine McCann, Reviews | Comments (2)

Not Madeleine McCann: Blonde Found On Greek Gypsy Camp Gives Hope To Ben Needham’s Mother


MADELEINE McCANN:  Anorak’s at-a-glance look at the missing child in the news:

The Daily Mail has a question:

Is this some other poor parent’s Maddie? Police appeal for help identifying blonde girl, 4, found living on gypsy camp in Greece after charging couple with abduction

The blonde with the gypsies. Always the gypsies.

Greek authorities have requested international help to identify a four-year-old girl found living in appalling conditions in a gypsy camp with a couple whom they have arrested and charged with abducting her. The child was found on Wednesday near Farsala in central Greece during a routine search of the camp by police looking for drugs and weapons.

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Posted: 18th, October 2013 | In: Madeleine McCann, Reviews | Comment

Still Looking For Ben Needham – He’s No Maddie McCann

WHERE is Ben Needham? Ben vanished on Kos when he was 21 months old. That was 1991.

The Daily Star reports:

Kerry has spent 13 years looking for her child with no help. Meanwhile millions have been spent probing Madeleine McCann’s abduction from the family’s Portuguese holiday apartment in May 2007.

Why must these two events be elated? Good that the British police think finding out what happened to Madeleine McCann worth the effort.  And Kerry Needham has had help. The tragedy is that we are no closer to knowing what happened to her son.

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Posted: 18th, October 2013 | In: Madeleine McCann, Reviews | Comment

Madeleine McCann: Sarah Vine’s Maddie and Me – a Daily Mail horror story

MADELEINE McCann: a look at the missing child in the news.

Daily Express:




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Posted: 16th, October 2013 | In: Madeleine McCann, Reviews | Comments (7)

Madeleine McCann: what Martin and Mary Smith saw and the cynical Sun brands Our Maddie


MADELEINE McCann: Last night BBC’s Crimewatch staged a reconstruction of the night the innocent child vanished. It was odd. The reconstruction was very thin. We saw a happy family. Happy friends. And then an empty bed.The media reacts:

Sky News: “Kate McCann may have been just moments away from catching Madeleine’s abductor, according to new details released by officers.”

Is a thing that “may” have happened worthy of being Sky’s lead news story? Yes. Because for six years Our Maddie has been entertaining the armchair detectives. Sky wants you to watch its show:

Sky News will show a special investigation tonight at 8.30pm on Sky Channel 501, Virgin Media 602 and Freeview 82

It needs a fact, a hook to seduce the viewers by:

Ian Woods writes:

A man thought to be a key suspect in the abduction of three-year-old Madeleine McCann has been identified – and ruled out of the inquiry. For six years, detectives believed that a sighting of a man carrying a child close to her apartment was one of their best leads. But a review of the evidence has concluded that it was an innocent British holidaymaker carrying his daughter home from a creche.

And it was was a good one. The man Jane Tanner saw was not an abductor.

Police said they were “very pleased” with a response that has seen nearly 500 people contacted them with fresh information since last night’s show. Madeleine’s parents Gerry and Kate McCann appeared live in the studio and said they were “feeling hopeful and optimistic”.

“These cases can get solved and that’s what the public need to think about tonight,” said Mr McCann. “We don’t know what’s happened to Madeleine, we don’t know who’s taken her. The best chance of finding her is by identifying (the person who took her).”

But we don’t know she was taken. All this time and we still do not know what or if any crime befell her. It’s just probable or less probable.

Mrs McCann said: “It doesn’t matter how much heartache we put ourselves through as long as we get the result that we need.” She appealed to viewers to have “the courage and confidence to come forward”, adding they could hold the key to “unlock” the case.

And then this:

And police have refocused their attention on a second witness statement which had been considered of less importance. An Irish family on holiday in Praia da Luz had told investigators that they saw a man carrying a child at around 10pm.

But is it relevant?

DCI Redwood said:

“If this is you, and you are nothing to do with Madeleine’s disappearance, then we really need to speak to you. It’s so important for us to eliminate innocent sightings. But equally if anybody is looking at those e-fits and recognises the person, for whatever reason, then please have the courage to call in and tell us.”

But what about that headline that Kate McCann nearly caught the crook?

The Express also leads with this fact:


Moments has become minutes.

The potential prime suspect is described as white, in his 30s, of medium build and height, clean shaven with short brown hair. He was carrying a child aged three or four who had blonde hair and was wearing pyjamas similar to Madeleine’s.

Any more facts?

He was heading for the beach but detectives say suggestions that Madeleine may have been taken from Praia da Luz by boat are speculation.

Indeed. Get a load of that headline.

Can anyone get a new scoop? Over to the Sun, we go:L

Two name suspect – Dramatic twists in hunt for missing Maddie

TWO Crimewatch viewers last night sensationally named the SAME man from two police e-fits of the prime suspect in the hunt for Madeleine.

And..? Nothing. B ut better than this is the enws that teh Sun has now adopted Our Maddie as its own. As is ever the way the paper slaps its logo on the missing and dead. How utterly revolting:

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But what about the Irish Family who might have spotted something of interest?

The Irish Times: “Drogheda family’s evidence key to new Madeleine McCann appeal”


Drogheda couple Martin and Mary Smith were holidaying on the Algarve at the time of Madeleine’s disappearance with their daughter Aoife, son Peter and other family members. The man police now want to contact was spotted by the Smiths at about 10pm walking down the hill from the Ocean Club complex towards either the beach or the town centre, carrying a blond child aged about three or four, who was most probably wearing pyjamas.

The Smith family gave a statement to police soon after their holiday. The efits were compiled by private detectives in September 2008. However, Det Chief Insp Redwood said that for years the sighting was seen as “wrong place, wrong time” and thus unimportant.


Officers do not consider the McCanns as suspects.

The Indy:

Martin Smith and his family left Portugal the day after the disappearance and only later realised the significance of the man walking towards the ocean with the young girl wearing pyjamas in his arms.

In 2009, the Belfast Telegraph noted:

Mr Smith, from Drogheda , was also on holiday in Praia da Luz at the time.

At about 9.50pm on May 3 he and his family were walking up a road less than half a mile from the McCanns’ apartment when he saw a man carrying a blonde girl of about four.

Mr Smith said in his police statement: “I thought they were father and daughter so I wasn’t so suspicious… The man didn’t look like a tourist. I can’t explain why — it was probably from his clothes.”

Such are the facts…

Posted: 15th, October 2013 | In: Madeleine McCann, Reviews | Comments (6)

Madeleine McCann: we know only know one thing for sure – an innocent child vanished

Gerry McCann, with his wife Kate, gives a statement to the press in the Algarve village of Praia Da Luz, where their daughter, three-year-old Madeleine McCann, went missing on Thursday evening.

MADELEINE McCann: the news of the missing child is high on the cycle. One thing has changed which she went missing in 2007. Social media means people can talk more freely than they can in the UK. But Twitter would not make pleasant reading for the child’s parents, Gerry and Kate McCann. The armchair detectives are having a field day. What was once “every parents worst nightmare” has become everyone’s game of Cluedo.

One thing unchanged is that the story has a single fact: the innocent child vanished.

Fleet Street Fox gets it:

Six years ago a little girl disappeared. And that’s it – that’s pretty much all we know for sure.

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Posted: 14th, October 2013 | In: Madeleine McCann, Reviews | Comment

Madeleine McCann: Guardian fingers Madonna in hunt for ‘kidnapper’

MADELEINE McCann: as yet the celebrities have been low on the ground in the hunt for the missing child. Operation Yewtree is not involved. But, then, the Guardian spotted Madonna:

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Spotter: Pies, via @ChrisPolick

Posted: 14th, October 2013 | In: Celebrities, Madeleine McCann | Comment (1)

Madeleine McCann: all front-page pictures of the latest ‘suspect’ snatcher

MADELEINE McCann: the latest “suspect” is front-page news:

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Is he “vital“? Is he a “suspect“? Or is he just a “stranger“, called so because the Met have yet to identify him?

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Posted: 13th, October 2013 | In: Madeleine McCann, Reviews | Comment

Madeleine McCann: the questionable timeline and the arrested man who wasn’t

MADELEINE McCANN: the timeline questions.

Today’s front pages:



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Posted: 13th, October 2013 | In: Madeleine McCann, Reviews | Comment

Madeleine McCann: a version of events on Crimewatch and the truth is out there

MADELEINE McCann: Anorak’s at-a-glance look at the missing child in the news: the timeline questions.

Today’s front pages:

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Posted: 12th, October 2013 | In: Madeleine McCann, Reviews | Comment

Madeleine McCann: an entertaining libel and Danie Krugel

MADELEINE McCann: a look at today’s media coverage of the missing child.


The Star (front page): “MADDIE: Mums begs court: Let me clear my name.”

“Mum” is, of course, Kate McCann. That she should have to prove her innocence is absurd.

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Posted: 9th, October 2013 | In: Madeleine McCann, Reviews | Comment

Madeleine McCann stars in the least surprising tabloid headline ever

EVER since innocent child Madeleine McCann went missing, we’ve been kept up to date with the story’s key points:

The investigation: the police have not proven what crime befell her, if any. But kidnap is the favourite theory.

The facts: she went missing

The revelations: she is still missing

The court cases: Robert Murat and the parents were libelled in a torrent of media speculation.

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Posted: 8th, October 2013 | In: Madeleine McCann, Reviews | Comment

Madeleine McCann: Barrister says he knows where Maddie is (road sweepers scoff)


MADELEINE McCann: Anorak’s look at the missing child in the news. As the McCanns pursue Goncalo Amaral for libel damages in Portugal, the British press publishes a welter of new Maddie news. Yesterday, the police told us that the child could have been stolen by a burglar. The Met offered no proof to support its theory. No evidence. She she could have been stolen by a burglar who seems to have taken nothing else from that holiday apartment, right?

Today the Mirror has more amazing news. Yesterday, it said Maddie had been taken by paedos. Today it thunders from its front page:

New Madeleine McCann sensation: Witness tells barrister he saw girl ALIVE just weeks ago

And he waited this long to tell us? Maybe this man of law was studying the evidence?

A shaken barrister has told police how a man boasted to him that he had seen missing Madeleine McCann just weeks ago.

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Posted: 6th, October 2013 | In: Madeleine McCann, Reviews | Comment

Madeleine McCann: police think she was stolen by burglars who took nothing else

Screen shot 2013-10-05 at 18.54.43MADELEINE McCann: Anorak’s look at the missing child in the news:

The Daily Mail has a question:

Was Maddie abducted by burglars she disturbed at holiday flat? Scotland Yard probes new theory as McCanns prepare to make ‘significant’ TV appeal


On 10th, May 2007, the Daily Mirror produced six theories:


None of those theories have been ruled out. Still, time for another one. This will show that sCotland Yard are making progress in their multi-million pound investigation. So. The burglar:

Madeleine McCann may have been abducted after disturbing burglars in her family’s holiday apartment, Scotland Yard believes.

You want more facts?

Detectives think her disappearance could be linked to a series of break-ins at the Portuguese resort from which she vanished, the Daily Mail can reveal.

On 7th, January 2008, an intruder was spotted. Was that person the burglar?

The burglaries – thought to be the work of a ‘team’ of thieves – happened in the months leading up to Madeleine’s disappearance from the Ocean Club in Praia da Luz in May 2007. One theory – now being taken seriously by British police – is that burglars panicked after Madeleine awoke from her sleep.

So. The panicked burglars stole the child. What else did they steal?

Sources in the Algarve – where the authorities are working closely with Scotland Yard – confirmed yesterday that detectives are investigating a series of thefts from the Ocean Club and elsewhere in Praia da Luz.

Only one child went missing. And the burglars never stole anything from the McCanns’ apartment except for the child.


Well, at least all the peedos are in the clear…

Daily Mirror:  “Police investigating theory that Madeleine McCann was taken by paedophile ring”

Portugese detectives are now working on the theory that British paedophiles active in the resorts of the Algarve were responsible

So. The Portuguese think its British paedos and the Portuguese think its Portuguese burglars.

Such are the facts…


Posted: 5th, October 2013 | In: Madeleine McCann | Comment

Madeleine McCann: A Crimewatch appeal, living in ‘purgatory’ and the criminal never carried a phone

MADELEINE McCann: Anorak’s at-a-glance look at the missing child in the news:

Front page of the Daily Express: “Police close to breakthrough.”



There are “3 news suspects”.

The Yard yesterday revealed new evidence has been uncovered about the fate of the youngster and announced that three more suspects or “persons of interest” have been identified.

They are not suspects, then. They are people the police want to talk with.

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Posted: 4th, October 2013 | In: Madeleine McCann | Comment

Madeleine McCann: Kate’s ‘suicide’, an ‘evil’ plot to kidnap a twin and another libel trial

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MADELEINE McCann: Anorak’s look at the missing child in the news: the Goncalo Amaral libel trial is underway in Portugal.

The Daily Mail reports:

‘Anti-McCann’ websites plotted to kidnap one of Madeleine’s siblings ‘to find out what they knew about her disappearance’, court hears – Friend of the McCanns found examples of forum members encouraging kidnap so one of the twins could ‘throw some light on the matter’

Gerard Couzens writes:

Internet trolls fuelled by an ex police chief’s claims about the McCanns incited conspiracy-theorists to plot to kidnap the couple’s twins Sean and Amelie, a court heard today.

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Posted: 21st, September 2013 | In: Madeleine McCann | Comment (1)

Madeleine McCann: parents’ risky libel case against Amaral begins in Portugal

iaQd3UJhMADELEINE McCann is back in the news. The summer passed without sighting of the child who was once spotted all around the world. The focus is  is on Kate McCann, the child’s mother.

The Daily Express lead with news:


Lest “Brave” and “mum” not place the Express squarely on Kate McCann’s side in a legal spat, the paper adds:

Madeleine’s mother will face her police tormentor in court

This tormentor is called Goncalo Amaral, the Portuguese copper who investigated the child’s vanishing and then wrote a book about it.

The brave mother will face fresh agony in the Portuguese capital Lisbon, where she is launching a court bid to silence her tormentor Goncalo Amaral over allegations he made about the fate of the youngster. Former GP Kate and husband Gerry, both 45, are seeking £1million in damages from the former detective they say made their lives hell.

Amaral, 56, claims the couple lied about the events surrounding Madeleine’s disappearance.

He went on to write a book in which he alleged Madeleine died in the family’s holiday apartment and her parents covered up the tragedy.

Kate McCann and her husband Gerry deny that accusation. So. They want to silence Mr Amaral. One problem is that in Portugal freedom of speech is taken very seriously. It was not so very far back ion history that Portugal was a dictatorship. Freedom to way the unsayable has been had won.

As ever the Express reminds us that Mr McCann is a “heart consultant Gerry”, who will “remain at the couple’s home in Rothley, Leicestershire, to look after their eight-year-old twins Sean and Amelie”.

Michael Wright, the husband of Kate’s cousin Anne-Marie, will tell the Lisbon hearing that Amaral’s “poisonous lies” nearly destroyed the family. Kate agreed to attend court at the last moment on the advice of her Portuguese lawyer Isabel Duarte.

A source close to the McCanns said yesterday: “Kate’s lawyers felt that one of Madeleine’s parents should be there in person. Kate agreed to go while Gerry looks after the twins. “She is not expected to give evidence but will be sitting in the courtroom.”

The paper than quotes a “McCann source”, who cannot be named for reasons we are not told:

“They have been told that every word they have said against Mr Amaral, in response to his ludicrous claims, will be challenged. Lawyers on both sides tried to settle out of court but it was not to be.”

One person is named, however:

The McCann’s spokesman Clarence Mitchell said last night: “Kate and Gerry remain confident they will win. They have a very strong case.”

The Irish Independent leads with very different headline:

Maddie’s mum to face top detective in trial

Amaral is a top detective? Well, he was.

Kate McCann will come face to face with the former police chief she and her husband Gerry accuse of hampering the search for their missing daughter Madeleine when their libel case against him starts in Lisbon today.

Mrs McCann’s attendance in court is understood to be against the advice of Scotland Yard detectives who are attempting to begin their own investigation in the Algarve to solve the six-year mystery.

The couple are suing detective Goncalo Amaral for £1m (€750,000) over allegations he made about the fate of Madeleine, who disappeared from an apartment in Praia da Luz shortly before her fourth birthday in May 2007.

The Indy might want to look again at that exchange rate.

It is feared Mrs McCann’s presence in Portugal will provoke a media circus and further aggravate Portuguese authorities as the Scotland Yard team seeks co-operation to carry out their inquiries on Portuguese soil.

A source said: “Met police are worried it will create a bigger platform for Mr Amaral and his supporters to spout more bile and could damage their own inquiries in the country.”

This could go badly for the McCanns.

The Star says of Amaral:

KATE McCann will today come face-to-face with the disgraced police detective who accused her of covering up daughter Madeleine’s death.

The BBC sums up best:

Amaral, the detective who initially led the inquiry into Madeleine’s disappearance, is expected to argue that under Portuguese law he is entitled to make the claims published in The Truth Of The Lie. The former officer was removed from the Portuguese investigation in October 2007 after criticising British police.

READ: It’s a high-risk strategy in Portugal…

Posted: 12th, September 2013 | In: Madeleine McCann, Reviews | Comments (3)

Madeleine McCann: post heatwave news

MADELEINE McCann: what news? Time for a brief catch-up on the missing child who became the biggest story of the past years:

The Daily Star leads:

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The front-page headline runs:

“We can still find missing Maddie”

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Posted: 26th, July 2013 | In: Madeleine McCann | Comment

Madeleine McCann: Daily Express juxtaposes Our Maddie next to a family holiday competition


MADELEINE McCann is on the cover of the Daily Express. There is news. Maybe. The front-page headline announces:


As ever there is no news. This is media management. The media continues to feature the missing child. Her parents continue their policy of keeping their daughter’s name in the public eye.

* By the way, who at the Express thought it a good idea to position the child who went missing on a family summer holiday overseas alongside a chance to win a family holiday overseas?  Not good.

Anyhow, this latest news follows the Express‘ story on July 8th:

Yard face a network of evil: Maddie police ‘seeking people smuggling ring’

A FORMER top Scotland Yard detective last night suggested the new investigation into the Madeleine McCann mystery is focused on a network of suspects involved in people-trafficking.

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Posted: 12th, July 2013 | In: Madeleine McCann, Reviews | Comment (1)

Madeleine McCann: the Daily Express spins a single thread into suspects and arrests

express-1-329x437MADELEINE MCCANN: Anorak’s at-a-glance look at the missing child in the news:

The Daily Express leads with its customary picture of ‘Our Maddy’ and the headline: “Maddy Arrests Within Weeks.”


“Cameron backing new investigation”

Inside the paper, we learn:

Mr Cameron said the case of the then three-year-old who went missing from a holiday apartment in Portugal’s Algarve in May 2007 was one that continued to shock the nation.

What did he say of the Met’s investigation?

“It is welcome because they say that there is new evidence, new leads to follow, new things to be done. It was a case that did shock and still shocks the nation and if an answer can be found we should try and find it.”

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Posted: 6th, July 2013 | In: Madeleine McCann, Reviews | Comment

Madeleine McCann: 38 ‘suspects’, parents ruled out and new theories

MADELEINE McCANN: Anorak’s look at the missing child dubbed ‘Our Maddie’ in the news:

BBC: “Madeleine McCann: New leads spark Met formal inquiry”

Det Ch Insp Andy Redwood, who is heading what has been called Operation Grange, said: “The review has given us new thinking, new theories, new evidence and new witnesses.”

What new theories? That she wandered off? It’s taken as fact that she was abducted.

Sky News: “Madeleine McCann’s parents have welcomed the launch of a new UK police investigation into their daughter’s disappearance.”

A Met Police review has identified 38 “persons of interest” who detectives want to speak to in relation to the suspected abduction in 2007 – almost twice as many as previously thought.

Officers say they are moving from the case review to an “investigative stage of the inquiry” and now intend to pursue more information about those individuals – 12 of whom are UK nationals

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Posted: 5th, July 2013 | In: Madeleine McCann, Reviews | Comments (6)

Madeleine McCann: CPS head to Portgal as The Met close in

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


Alison Saunders, chief crown ­prosecutor for London, discussed crucial developments in the case uncovered by Scotland Yard. It is the first time such a senior figure from the Crown Prosecution Service has travelled to Portugal in connection with Madeleine’s dis­appearance and her presence, along with her deputy, fuelled speculation that a new inquiry is about to be launched.

It certainly does. As a reader writes:

I hope they finally find out what happened.

A CPS spokeswoman is quoted:

“Prosecutors from CPS London and ­investigators from the Metropolitan Police Service visited their Portuguese counterparts on April 17-18 to discuss possible next steps in ­relation to the disappearance of Madeleine McCann. We continue to work with the police on this case.”

The McCanns’ spokesman Clarence Mitchell adds:

“They remain grateful, however, to the UK authorities for the work being done to establish what happened to Madeleine and to bring those responsible for her abduction to justice.”

Evening Standard: “Fresh hope in Madeleine McCann investigation as CPS lawyers travel to Portugal”

Government lawyers have travelled to Portugal to meet police and prosecution officials to discuss new leads in the Madeleine McCann inquiry. The trip is the first time that lawyers from the Crown Prosecution Service have visited Portugal in connection with Scotland Yard’s £5 million review of the case.

Home Secretary Theresa May is now expected to announce a full-scale Yard investigation into the disappearance of three-year-old Madeleine in May 2007…

Last month the Standard revealed that detectives had identified a list of potential suspects. Detective Chief Superintendent Hamish Campbell, who supervised the review, said there were a “good number” of people who should be questioned as well as “further forensic opportunities”.

The list is thought to number around 20, including Britons. The potential suspects are thought to include a handful of known child-sex offenders who are believed to have been in the Algarve when Madeleine disappeared.

This all sounds like progress.

The Met said:

“Our investigative review into the disappearance of Madeleine McCann continues to make encouraging progress. Detectives remain in regular contact with Kate and Gerry McCann and are working closely with the Portuguese police in an attempt to make further progress.”

Madeleine was then three-years-old when she vanished from her family’s holiday apartment in Praia da Luz on May 3 2007, as her parents Kate and Gerry dined at a nearby tapas restaurant with friends.

Such are the facts.

PS – Ben Needham – any British police looking for him?

Posted: 23rd, June 2013 | In: Madeleine McCann, Reviews | Comments (2)

Madeleine McCann: The Met takes over


MADELEINE McCANN: Anorak’s at-a-glance look at the missing child ion the news:

Sunday Express (front page): “Police hint at New Maddie Breakthrough”

Number of breakthroughs to date: zero. What’s this new one? The paper says detectives have “signalled they are on the brink” of a breakthrough. in the “six year mystery”.

Really? What was said and done?

Daily Mirror: “Madeleine McCann search taken over by Scotland Yard”

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Posted: 15th, June 2013 | In: Madeleine McCann, Reviews | Comments (3)

Madeleine McCann: the couple who heard a child crying at night and went to help

weeping maddieIN “WHO SOOTHED WEEPING MADDIE, the Daily Express leads with a Madeleine McCann “exclusive”. It adds: “Police seek couple who entered McCann apartment when Madeleine was crying.”

This becomes:

Mystery couple seen going into McCanns’ flat on night before sobbing Madeleine disappeared

The night before? A couple of strangers walked into the McCanns’ apartment where a child was crying the night before that child vanished? How does the Express know it was Madeleine who was crying? Three children were in the McCanns’ apartment.

SCOTLAND YARD detectives are trying to find a middle-aged couple said to have entered Madeleine McCann’s holiday apartment to comfort her because she was crying, we can reveal today.

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Posted: 19th, May 2013 | In: Madeleine McCann, Reviews | Comments (6)