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New blow for the parents as suspect is cleared

A PAEDOPHILE suspected of being involved in the disappearance of Madeleine McCann has been ruled out of the inquiry. He was the last of 52 British sex offenders who have links with the Algarve to be tracked down by detectives but has now been ruled out of any involvement.

In a further blow for Madeleine’s parents, police files against them will not be made public next week after the authorities applied to extend their investigation. Kate and Gerry McCann, who remain official suspects (arguidos) in their daughter’s disappearance, had hoped to discover what evidence detectives had against them on January 3 when a crucial secrecy deadline passed.

A source within the Policia Judiciaria confirmed: “All the paedophiles who were in Portugal at the time of the disappearance have now been acquitted.”

The Belgian website kidnapping.be reports that the man, that is "presented as the perfect suspect" by the British press, Christian Ridout has been identified and interviewed by the Spanish Police. When Madeleine vanished, he was in Spain and his alibi has been checked. He is 32 years old and he left Portugal two years ago. According to Clarence Mitchell, Método 3 is searching this man. He is presented to the entire press as a suspect in the disappearance of Madeleine McCann. Nothing shows that is implicated in this case and his presumption of innocence should be respected. Furthermore, he has not the profile of a predator looking for a four year old girl.

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