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Quote of the Day - Looking back on the Madeleine case

"We have been informed by Leicestershire police that a meeting between forensic scientists from Portugal and the Forensic Science Service (FSS) will be taking place in Leicestershire in the near future. We understand there is no intention for the McCanns to be interviewed, or indeed anyone else. Such a meeting should not be seen as surprising. We do not see it as a significant development."

Clarence Mitchell, in the Liverpool Daily Post, 29.11.2007

1 comment:

  1. Why did the Leicester police feel obliged to inform the Mccanns of the diligences of the P.J. in connection to the FSS in England? Is this current practice, for suspects to be told of what the police is or is not doing? If the disappearance had happened in England, I mean, if it was a british police investigation, would they be informed of the who/what/when movements of the british police? I think not!
    One again we have to agree with the suspicions of G.Amaral, that the british police was working for the Mccanns...

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