US News The McCann family suffer another setback in hunt for Maddie

01:25  17 april  2017
01:25  17 april  2017 Source:   MSN

Detective says Madeleine McCann may be alive and well

  Detective says Madeleine McCann may be alive and well A detective who spent three years investigating the disappearance of Madeleine McCann has said that he thinks she could still be in the Algarve. Former Detective Inspector Dave Edgar, who was hired by Madeleine’s parents Kate and Gerry McCann to look into the abduction of their toddler, has said he believes the young girl was taken by a gang of paedophiles.Speaking to the Sunday Express he said: ‘There is still every possibility that Maddie is alive and could be being hidden somewhere.

The McCanns were made 'arguidos' in the days following a cadaver and blood dog search that saw alerts made inside the family 's holiday apartment and also a rental car Kate and Gerry hired 25 days after Maddie vanished.

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The McCann family has suffered yet another setback in their hunt for Maddie as a Portuguese detective pursues legal action.

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Goncalo Amaral, who led the original search for the missing toddler, has said he intends to ‘clean out’ her parents Kate and Gerry by suing them, alleging that they damaged his reputation.

57-year-old Amaral wrote a book about the abduction, claiming that Madeleine’s parents were in fact responsible for her death, writing that she died at their Praia de Luz apartment, and that Kate and Gerry proceeded to cover it up.

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Detective says Madeleine McCann may be alive and well

  Detective says Madeleine McCann may be alive and well A detective who spent three years investigating the disappearance of Madeleine McCann has said that he thinks she could still be in the Algarve. Former Detective Inspector Dave Edgar, who was hired by Madeleine’s parents Kate and Gerry McCann to look into the abduction of their toddler, has said he believes the young girl was taken by a gang of paedophiles.Speaking to the Sunday Express he said: ‘There is still every possibility that Maddie is alive and could be being hidden somewhere.

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The parents of missing Madeleine McCann are waging war against a senior Portuguese detective who alleges the couple staged the abduction after Maddie died in their care ‒ but their fight has suffered another setback .

The McCann’s took a libel case against the detective and won in 2015, however the decision was subsequently appealed and upheld in another court, meaning he can now counter-sue.

A source told The Sun on Sunday: ‘Amaral holds the key to making life financially very tough for the McCanns. He has told friends he intends to do just that. He wants to squeeze every penny he possibly can out of them, clean them out. He has no shame at all.’

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Meanwhile, Amaral is said to be penning a second book about Maddie’s disappearance.

This May will mark the tenth anniversary of the three-year-old’s abduction.

Scotland Yard were allocated further funding this year to continue investigations into the case until at least October.

'A horrible marker of time' - Madeleine McCann's mother on life ten years on .
Madeleine McCann's mother has described the tenth anniversary of her daughter's disappearance as a "horrible marker of time, stolen time".Madeleine McCann's mother has described the tenth anniversary of her daughter's disappearance as a "horrible marker of time, stolen time".

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