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McCanns are guilty of neglect


THE mayor of the town where Madeleine McCann vanished yesterday accused her parents of negligence. Manuel Domingues Borba even blamed them for her disappearance.

Meanwhile today, there were unsubstantiated claims that the McCanns' private investigators know who took Madeleine and are close to bringing her home. Metodo 3 private eye Francisco Marco is said to believe Maddie was snatched by a ring of paedophiles and is being held.
He is reportedly hoping to have Madeleine back by Christmas.
The detective said: "We know who kidnapped her. We believe she is in an area not very far from the Iberian peninsula and north Africa. And we have a fairly certain idea of who she is with."

Praia da Luz Mayor Mr Borba, 70, yesterday said the case had “stained” the reputation of the Portuguese tourist hot-spot.

He went on: “Luz is very safe. This tragedy occurred because of the parents.
“This case must be investigated to the last dregs. We in Luz cannot pay for what they created.”
He also said Gerry and Kate McCann – named by Portuguese police as official suspects – should not have been allowed home to Rothley, Leics. He told The Sun: “There was a total abuse of trust and extreme negligence.
“I would never leave my children in bed in a foreign country and go off to dinner. I consider the parents guilty of negligence at the very least.”

He added: “They did what they had said they would never do – leave, and in a great hurry.
“I don’t agree with them having been allowed to go back to England.” McCann spokesman

Clarence Mitchell said: “We feel these comments are unrepresentative of the majority of Portuguese people.”

The only other official suspect in Maddie’s disappearance on May 3 is ex-pat Brit Robert Murat, 34. He was staying with his mother Jenny in her villa near the McCanns’ holiday apartment.
Yesterday she accused the Metodo 3 detective agency hired by the McCanns, both 39, of BRIBING witnesses to change their stories.
She also claimed she had been followed for a week, adding: “I am 71 and I am getting followed everywhere. It’s pretty scary.”

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