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Police 'Suspect Madeleine Mother'


Society & Culture  (tags: portugal, england, madeleine_mccann, kate mc cann, child abduction, murder )

Jacquelin
- 2510 days ago - news.bbc.co.uk
Portuguese police believe the mother of missing four-year-old Madeleine McCann accidentally killed her daughter, a family spokesman has said. It is understood she refused to "cut a deal" of two years in prison in exchange for a confession. Kate McCa



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Teresa del Castillo (1519)
Friday September 7, 2007, 3:15 pm
Itīs incredible, but I always suspected of them. And also itīs a shame that these parents "burned" the name of a whole country, saying her girl was kidnapped at Portugal. Blamming inocents for their wrong actions, putting Portugalīs name very low. And people believing that country was "not safe". Shame on this people, killers and liars.
 

Margaret Trainor (61)
Friday September 7, 2007, 3:22 pm
So what they are suggesting is this ...almost in front of a whole pile of guests in a resort she left dinner & murdered her daughter , In between the other dinner guests taking turns checking up on the children. She then ...what ...hid the body for over a month ...while surrounded by people . They must have large fridges int he rooms . Not to mention they were on vacation ..surely you have to at least be familiar with areas to hide bodies in order to do this and not have the body found.... this is preposterous...and an insult to these parents who have had their hearts broken..
 

Margaret Trainor (61)
Friday September 7, 2007, 3:25 pm
Wow Teresa...no formal charges have been laid.
 

Teresa del Castillo (1519)
Friday September 7, 2007, 8:32 pm
Well, no charges yet but she wants 2 years in jail to "talk", making deals already when she is not charged?, that says it all. Also they comfirm that she was giving drugs to this child to "sleep" and it was an "accidental death", and also I just heard that they found DNA of her daughter in the car they rented in Portugal. For me is clear as water. But you have a point. lets let the parents say it. Then they will be charged.
 

Margaret Trainor (61)
Saturday September 8, 2007, 6:01 am
I think you need to re read the article ...the police asked her about the 2 year deal...perhaps because they have no idea what happened and need to charge someone ....again no formal charges have been laid against either of the parents...seems to me if I murdered someone in a foreign country I woudl not stick around to be caught I would flee to my own country ....just a thought
 

Pedro Alves (88)
Sunday September 9, 2007, 3:53 am
In Portugal it is illegal to offer deals!
Portugal, like the rest of Europe - except the UK - follows the Civil Law system!
No one can change the legal sentence!
Not even judges!
You are parroting the rubbish spewed by the British Media!

Today, 09/09/2007, marks one year a boy called Jesse was killed here in Manchester, UK, not far from my neighborhood.
The British police hasn't found who was involved.
So they just make appeals for the culprit to hand himself!
Yeah, right!
Talking about ridiculous police work.
 

Teresa del Castillo (1519)
Monday September 10, 2007, 6:00 pm
100% sure the police from Portugal with the help of the police from the UK (maybe that way you trust in the police work) found blood of the little girl inside the trunk of the car the parents rented one month later, now the mother is officialy a suspect.

And no, they wouldnīt fly to their own country because they were collecting more than a million euros to "rescue" her. Just a thought.
 
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