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DRIFTER MATCHES NEW MADELEINE SUSPECT


ARTIST'S SKETCH: The drawing of the suspect

Monday January 28,2008
By David Pilditch in Altura, Portugal


INVESTIGATORS want to quiz a Portuguese drifter suspected of involvement in the disappearance of Madeleine McCann.

Detectives working for the youngster’s parents are to question Joaquim Agostinho, 42, in the resort of Altura.

Jobless Agostinho bears a striking resemblance to an FBI artist’s drawing of a suspect seen lurking in Praia da Luz days before Madeleine disappeared.

Witness Gail Cooper, 50, yesterday insisted he was “the spitting image” of the man she saw.

It comes as a new kidnap alert was sparked 90 miles away in Altura after two British tourists were stalked by a prowler seen targeting children on the beach.

Algarve police launched an investigation after five worried holidaymakers raised the alarm, saying the stalker looked like the man in the artist’s impression.

The sketches, ordered by Kate and Gerry McCann, are based on Mrs Cooper’s description.

After being shown Mr Agostinho’s photograph, Mrs Cooper, from Newark, Notts, said: “He’s the image of the man I saw three times at the resort where Madeleine vanished.”

Mr Agostinho, who lives in Altura, said yesterday: “I did not kill Madeleine and I’ve never been to Praia da Luz. I cannot even drive.” Altura is close to the Spanish border and detectives from Metodo 3 – the agency working for the McCanns – were last night travelling there from their headquarters in Barcelona.

A source close to Metodo 3 said: “We are moving our people to speak with this man ASAP.”

Last week, Portuguese detectives were called to Altura after Hampshire Police were alerted to a spate of reports in the town.

Two women told their tour operator First Choice the man who followed them was “identical” to the McCann sketch.

A third British woman said she saw the same man approach two children on the beach and said one of the boys seemed upset and was shaking his head at him.

Moments later, the mother of the two boys, aged four and five, raced out of a nearby villa. She screamed at the children before scooping them up and rushing away from the man.

Portuguese police are convinced heart consultant Gerry and GP Kate, both 39, are responsible for their daughter’s accidental death.

The couple were named official suspects last September.

The latest potential sighting of Madeleine came in Chile, where a young girl was spotted with a man who looked like Mrs Cooper’s sketch.

Detectives were called but the girl was American Haylee Dreyer, six, on holiday in Vicuna with her grandparents.


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Sunday Express, February 3, 2008
Police chief: We were too quick to make Gerry and Kate 'arguidos' Daily Mail ... Police 'too hasty' over DAILY EXPRESS:

PARENTS ‘WERE MADE SUSPECTS TOO FAST’

Monday February 4,2008
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THE most senior policeman in Portugal yesterday admitted it may have been a mistake to name Madeleine McCann’s parents as suspects, writes David Pilditch.
Alipio Ribeiro, the Policia Judiciaria’s national director, said the decision to name Kate and Gerry as arguidos may have been made too quickly and without thorough enough assessment.

In a radio interview, Mr Ribeiro said: “At the moment, at a distance, and with the experience I have as a magistrate in the public prosecutor’s office, maybe a different evaluation should have been made. I have no doubt about that.”

Asked whether the McCanns were made suspects too quickly, Mr Ribeiro replied: “There was a certain hastiness.” The admission brought fresh hope for the couple, whose friends have been demanding they be cleared immediately.

Kate and Gerry, both 39, were named as official suspects last September. But they have always categorically denied being involved in Madeleine’s disappearance.

Their spokesman, Clarence Mitchell, said: “Obviously it’s the sort of thing we have been waiting for. What we don’t know is whether this will affect the investigation directly. We don’t know if they will still re-interview Kate and Gerry, or their friends.

“We hope the comments are an indication that police realise there is no case against Kate and Gerry.”


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MADELEINE: LAKE IS SEARCHED AFTER UNDERWORLD TIP-OFF

Monday February 4,2008
By David Pilditch in Silves, Algarve
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DIVERS from Britain were yesterday searching a remote reservoir in Portugal for the body of Madeleine McCann.
A team of frogmen were trawling the massive Barr-agem do Arade lake 30 miles from Praia da Luz where the little girl went missing last May.

They have recovered a length of plastic cord which has been handed to Portuguese police and are examining a large square-shaped block found at the bottom of the reservoir.

Portuguese human rights lawyer Marcos Correia, 32, who is funding the search, said: “It is logic that if you throw a body in the water you would tie it to something to weigh it down.

“It could have been a madman or a gang, I don’t know.”

Correia claims that he was tipped-off by underworld sources that Madeleine’s body was dumped there within 48 hours of her disappearance. He is spending £1,000 a day on the operation after Portuguese detectives failed to act on information he passed on to them last May.

Last night Kate and Gerry McCann were said to be boosted by the new efforts as the hunt for their daughter entered its 10th month.

A team of four British and Portuguese divers were carrying out a painstaking search of the reservoir near the historic Algarve town of Silves.

Correia insists that he was given a gruesome account of Madeleine’s fate by criminal contacts three days after she disappeared.

He says he was told Mad-eleine had been abducted, raped and murdered before the killer disposed of her corpse.



Correia insists he twice alerted Portuguese police but they dismissed his information as “not credible”.

The Madeira-based lawyer cleared his workload in a bid to solve the mystery which has gripped the world.

He visited the lake, which has a five-mile perimeter, with investigators from the McCanns’ private detective agency Metodo 3.

The agents believe there could be a link with a suspicious sighting in Silves two days after Madeleine disappeared.

A Portuguese lorry driver said he saw a girl resembling Madeleine being passed between a man and a woman.

The diving team concentrated at the weekend on an area of the reservoir close to a water pumping tower connected to land by a walkway.

A dirt track runs down to the spot where an abductor could have thrown a body into the water without being detected.

The frogmen are searching depths of 60ft in zero visibility. Operation co-ordinator, Alan Wilson, said: “They are searching entirely by touch.”

Correia, standing on the shore of the reservoir, said: “This would have been the best place to dump the body.”

The McCanns’ spokesman Clarence Mitchell said: “We are grateful to anyone who has important information in the search for Madeleine.”


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DAILY EXPRESS:

PORTUGAL POLICE REMARKS 'UNHELPFUL'

Friday February 8,2008
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A suggestion by a Portuguese police leader that the search for Madeleine McCann was not a top priority has been branded "not helpful" by the McCann family's official spokesman.

Clarence Mitchell told GMTV that finding Madeleine, or finding out what had happened to her, remained the biggest concern of her parents Kate and Gerry.

He was responding to comments by Carlos Anjos, the head of Portugal's police federation, who said: "There are bigger problems in the Policia Judiciaria (CID) than the Maddie case, with all the respect it deserves."

Mr Mitchell said the family had "heard nothing officially" that the case was to be shelved.

He said: "Mr Anjos's comments are not helpful. He is not working on the case and we hope the police are working very hard on the case.

"We have heard nothing officially that the case was to be shelved but we want the police to maintain this case as an active case."

Mr Mitchell said the family welcomed recent comments by Portugal's top policeman Alipio Ribeiro, national director of the Policia Judiciaria, who said detectives were too hasty in making the couple suspects over their daughter's disappearance.

He added: "Comments by the head of the PJ led to speculation the case is to be archived.

"We want Kate and Gerry to be eliminated from the inquiry and want the police to work with our own investigators to find out what happened."

Madeline vanished from the McCanns' holiday apartment in Praia da Luz on May 3 last year, shortly before her fourth birthday.


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PORTUGAL POLICE REMARKS 'UNHELPFUL'

Friday February 8,2008
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A suggestion by a Portuguese police leader that the search for Madeleine McCann was not a top priority has been branded "not helpful" by the McCann family's official spokesman.

Clarence Mitchell told GMTV that finding Madeleine, or finding out what had happened to her, remained the biggest concern of her parents Kate and Gerry.

He was responding to comments by Carlos Anjos, the head of Portugal's police federation, who said: "There are bigger problems in the Policia Judiciaria (CID) than the Maddie case, with all the respect it deserves."

Mr Mitchell said the family had "heard nothing officially" that the case was to be shelved.

He said: "Mr Anjos's comments are not helpful. He is not working on the case and we hope the police are working very hard on the case.

"We have heard nothing officially that the case was to be shelved but we want the police to maintain this case as an active case."

Mr Mitchell said the family welcomed recent comments by Portugal's top policeman Alipio Ribeiro, national director of the Policia Judiciaria, who said detectives were too hasty in making the couple suspects over their daughter's disappearance.

He added: "Comments by the head of the PJ led to speculation the case is to be archived.

"We want Kate and Gerry to be eliminated from the inquiry and want the police to work with our own investigators to find out what happened."

Madeline vanished from the McCanns' holiday apartment in Praia da Luz on May 3 last year, shortly before her fourth birthday.


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SUNDAY EXPRESS:

MADDY: NEW CALL FOR SCOTLAND YARD PROBE

Sunday February 10,2008
By James Murray and Matt Drake
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SCOTLAND Yard is being urged to investigate the disappearance of Madeleine McCann as the flawed Portuguese police inquiry appears doomed to failure.
Retired Chief Superintendent Dai Davies, former head of the Yard’s Royal Protection unit, says that if the Yard can send detectives to probe the assassination of Benazir Bhutto in Pakistan, then they should also fly to Portugal to try and solve the Madeleine mystery.

Mr Davies says the Yard’s elite ­kidnap and ransom squad should open a Madeleine file because of their knowledge and experience in ­hand­ling seemingly unsolvable crimes.

He said: “The Portuguese investigation has quite simply not solved the crime and it is now looking increasingly likely that it will be shelved.

“I would suggest that this is the time to call on the Yard to take the lead and to get them to form a team of detectives to work on the case. They would obviously have to spend time in Portugal, assessing the known evidence, looking at potential suspects and reinterviewing when necessary.”

Now a respected expert in security and protection for rich clients around the world, Mr Davies has travelled to Praia da Luz and closely studied the lay out of the Mark Warner complex and the entry points to the McCanns’ holiday apartment from where Madeleine disappeared shortly before her fourth birthday on May 3 last year.

He concluded that her parents, Kate and Gerry McCann, both 39, were not involved in her disappearance. And he says there is a strong possibility that Madeleine was abducted for a purpose, probably to be sexually abused, and was later killed.

Mr Davies said Yard officers would bring a clear strategy to the investigation. He said: “The officers on the ­kidnap squad deal with hundreds of abductions a year, the vast majority of which are dealt with satisfactorily and competently. They work quietly and diligently to get results by following tried and tested strategies which work and deliver solutions.

“They are expert at conducting extremely thorough and searching interviews of witnesses and it is by those skillful examinations of testimonies that you arrive at the truth.

“In my experience, having worked on missing people cases abroad, so much is lost in translation because of language barriers. Highly experienced police officers are aware of this and are trained to be aware of the ­pitfalls.”

Mr Davies has drawn up a document for the McCanns based on how he believes the investigation should now be conducted. The couple, who live in Rothley, Leicestershire, were initially offered the support of two ­liaison officers from their local police force who flew out to Portugal in the early part of the inquiry.

But Leicestershire detectives also assisted Portuguese officers in their investigations into the McCanns.

Mr Davies said: “I am rather concerned about this because you have a force initially offering support to the McCanns and then apparently working with the Portuguese detectives investigating them. You can’t do it both ways. I think we need a clear statement from Leicestershire about what exactly they are doing now.”

Meanwhile it has emerged that the McCanns’ status as official suspects will be lifted unless they make “screaming contradictions” in forthcoming police interviews. A review of the case by homicide experts from the Portuguese Judicial Police has turned up no proof against them, according to reports yesterday.

Attorney General Fernando Pinto Montiero said: “The couple’s legal status will be considered at the appropriate moment, depending on various elements still to be obtained.”

Speaking to the Sunday Express at the country’s main Judicial Police headquarters in Lisbon, a spokeswoman for the detective leading the case, Alipio Ribeiro, confirmed he had been given orders to continue his investigations but that he was aware that the public prosecutor in Portimao could soon close the case.

She said: “Ultimately the decision will be made above Mr Ribeiro. It is for the senior judge in the Algarve to review the case and decide how to proceed. No decision has been made yet and we will continue as normal and try to solve what happened to Madeleine McCann.”

About 200 British people – tourists and expatriates – die in suspicious ­circumstance overseas each year.

Later this year, Home Secretary Jacqui Smith will review a proposal by senior police officers for an international “flying squad” of senior officers who would investigate murders and disappearances of Britons abroad.

A police source said such tragic events “could best be served by setting up a dedicated unit or an agency, with officers seconded from forces around the country”.

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YARD ‘SHOULD TAKE MADDY CASE’

Sunday February 10,2008
By Matt Drake
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SCOTLAND Yard is being urged to investigate the disappearance of Madeleine McCann as the flawed Portuguese police inquiry appears doomed to failure.
Retired Chief Superintendent Dai Davies, former head of the Yard’s Royal Protection unit, says that if the Yard can send detectives to probe the assassination of Benazir Bhutto in Pakistan, then they should also fly to Portugal to try and solve the Madeleine mystery.

Mr Davies says the Yard’s elite kidnap and ransom squad should open a Madeleine file because of their knowledge and experience in handling seemingly unsolvable crimes.

He said: “The Portuguese investigation has quite simply not solved the crime and it is now looking increasingly likely that it will be shelved.

“I would suggest that this is the time to call on the Yard to take the lead and to get them to form a team of detectives to work on the case. They would obviously have to spend time in Portugal, assessing the known evidence, looking at potential suspects and reinterviewing when necessary.”

Now a respected expert in security and protection for rich clients around the world, Mr Davies has travelled to Praia da Luz and closely studied the lay out of the Mark Warner complex and the entry points to the McCanns’ holiday apartment from where Madeleine disappeared shortly before her fourth birthday on May 3 last year.

He concluded that her parents, Kate and Gerry McCann, both 39, were not involved in her disappearance. And he says there is a strong possibility that Madeleine was abducted for a purpose, probably to be sexually abused, and was later killed.

Mr Davies said Yard officers would bring a clear strategy to the investigation. He said: “The officers on the kidnap squad deal with hundreds of abductions a year, the vast majority of which are dealt with satisfactorily and competently. They work quietly and diligently to get results by following tried and tested strategies which work and deliver solutions.

“They are expert at conducting extremely thorough and searching interviews of witnesses and it is by those skillful examinations of testimonies that you arrive at the truth.

“In my experience, having worked on missing people cases abroad, so much is lost in translation because of language barriers. Highly experienced police officers are aware of this and are trained to be aware of the pitfalls.”

Mr Davies has drawn up a document for the McCanns based on how he believes the investigation should now be conducted. The couple, who live in Rothley, Leicestershire, were initially offered the support of two liaison officers from their local police force who flew out to Portugal in the early part of the inquiry.

But Leicestershire detectives also assisted Portuguese officers in their investigations into the McCanns.

Mr Davies said: “I am rather concerned about this because you have a force initially offering support to the McCanns and then apparently working with the Portuguese detectives investigating them. You can’t do it both ways. I think we need a clear statement from Leicestershire about what exactly they are doing now.”

Meanwhile it has emerged that the McCanns’ status as official suspects will be lifted unless they make “screaming contradictions” in forthcoming police interviews. A review of the case by homicide experts from the Portuguese Judicial Police has turned up no proof against them, according to reports yesterday.

Attorney General Fernando Pinto Montiero said: “The couple’s legal status will be considered at the appropriate moment, depending on various elements still to be obtained.”

Speaking to the Sunday Express at the country’s main Judicial Police headquarters in Lisbon, a spokeswoman for the detective leading the case, Alipio Ribeiro, confirmed he had been given orders to continue his investigations but that he was aware that the public prosecutor in Portimao could soon close the case.

She said: “Ultimately the decision will be made above Mr Ribeiro. It is for the senior judge in the Algarve to review the case and decide how to proceed. No decision has been made yet and we will continue as normal and try to solve what happened to Madeleine McCann.”

About 200 British people – tourists and expatriates – die in suspicious circumstance overseas each year.

Later this year, Home Secretary Jacqui Smith will review a proposal by senior police officers for an international “flying squad” of senior officers who would investigate murders and disappearances of Britons abroad.

A police source said such tragic events “could best be served by setting up a dedicated unit or an agency, with officers seconded from forces around the country.


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DAILY EXPRESS:

MISSING MADELEINE PROBE NEARLY OVER

Wednesday February 13,2008
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The police investigation into Madeleine McCann's disappearance in the Algarve is nearing its end.

Portugal's justice minister Alberto Costa told a parliamentary committee hearing in Lisbon: "We are at a stage now where we are approaching the conclusion of the process."

Clarence Mitchell, spokesman for the missing girl's parents, Kate and Gerry McCann, said the only satisfactory conclusion would be Madeleine being found.

He said: "I am not going to react specifically to what the justice minister has said to parliament.

"However, if the case is coming to a conclusion, we hope it will conclude shortly with the finding of Madeleine and her being reunited with her parents.

"That is the only satisfactory conclusion for us."

It is now 286 days since four-year-old Madeleine vanished from her family's holiday apartment in the seaside resort of Praia da Luz while her parents dined with friends nearby.

Mr Costa was also questioned by MPs about recent comments by Portugal's top policeman suggesting detectives were "hasty" in making Madeleine's parents suspects in her disappearance.

Alipio Ribeiro, national director of the Policia Judiciaria (PJ), said there "perhaps should have been another assessment" before this happened.

The PJ - Portugal's CID - is leading the investigation into what happened to Madeleine on the night of May 3.


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DAILY EXPRESS:

POLICE READY TO ABANDON THE SEARCH FOR MADELEINE

Missing: Madeleine McCann

Thursday February 14,2008
By Martin Evans in Praia da Luz
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PORTUGUESE police are preparing to end their hunt for Madeleine McCann, the country’s justice minister said last night.
Nine months after her disappearance, detectives in the Algarve have finally conceded defeat and admit the mystery will probably never be solved.

Justice minister Alberto Costa told the Portuguese parliament yesterday: “We are at a stage now where we are approaching the conclusion of the process.”

And in a flimsy attempt to defend the bungled police investigation he claimed that 80 per cent of similar cases in Britain went unsolved.

But Kate and Gerry McCann, who remain official suspects in the case, last night reacted with dismay. Their spokesman Clarence Mitchell said: “If the Portuguese police are going to shelve the case without resolution then at the very least they must open the police files so that Metodo 3 (the private detective agency working for the McCanns) can continue to investigate all the leads.

“They could still have vital information which could solve this case.”

He added: “Gerry and Kate will never give up the search for Madeleine.” Portuguese detectives are still planning to travel to the UK to oversee the re-interviewing of the McCanns, from Rothley, Leics, and the seven friends who were with them when Madeleine vanished from their holiday flat in Praia da Luz on May 3 last year.

The interviews will be conducted by detectives from Leicestershire Police.

Although the case could be shelved after the interviews, Portuguese law does not require the police to lift the couple’s status as official suspects, or arguidos.

The McCanns have always said they had nothing to do with the disappearance of their daughter, who was three when she went missing.

Mr Mitchell said: “If the Portuguese police are ready to shelve their investigation, if they have no evidence to bring charges, then they must clear them as suspects.

“They know they are innocent. There’s no way it can be morally right for them to have to continue with this stain upon their characters. The arguido status must be lifted."


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DAILY EXPRESS, FEBRUARY 16, 2008

POLICE LAST CHANCE TO FIND MADELEINE
by Martin Evans, in Praia da Luz

DETECTIVES investigating the disappearance of Madeleine McCann are re-interviewing key witnesses in a final bid to crack the case. Five staff members who were at the Ocean Club complex on the night she went missing have been quizzed in recent days as pressure mounts to conclude the investigation. Among those interviewed was the estranged husband of Robert Murat’s girlfriend Michaela Walczuch. Luis Antonio, a pool cleaner, worked at the resort last summer.

In a fresh development, three members of the so-called Tapas Nine, who were at dinner with Kate and Gerry McCann on the evening of May 3 when Madeleine vanished, are also likely to be questioned. The burst of activity comes just days after Portugal’s justice minister Alberto Costa said the case was almost at an end. It is understood the Policia Judiciaria are preparing to shelve the nine-month inquiry. But the head of the investigation, Paulo Rebelo, has demanded that certain key statements are double checked.

Antonio, 37, who still lives with his wife, despite her being the girlfriend of British suspect Robert Murat, was first interviewed last May, just weeks after Madeleine went missing. A police source told the Portuguese newspaper 24 Horas that the fresh round of interviews was intended to unearth any tiny details missed initially.

The source said: ''Several police interviews have been repeated and the statements are being analysed to try to find any lead that could result in a new line of investigation.”

Portuguese detectives are also expected to travel to Leicestershire to oversee interviews of three of the McCanns’ holiday friends – Russell O’Brien, Jane Tanner and David Payne. Formal letters requesting the interviews have now been received by the Home Office and will be handed to Leicestershire Police next week. They want to clear up alleged inconsistencies in their original statements.


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DAILY EXPRESS:

MADELEINE IN NEW 'SIGHTING' AT RESTAURANT

Thursday February 21,2008
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A DUTCH student is “100 per cent certain” she saw Madeleine McCann in a roadside restaurant in southern France.

Melissa Fiering, 18, said the blonde child was the spitting image of Madeleine and had her distinctive right eye with the pupil running into the iris.

She called out “Madeleine” and the little girl looked up before the man she was with bundled her out of the restaurant in Montpellier.

Ms Fiering contacted local police immediately but the man and the child had disappeared by the time officers arrived.

Last night local detectives were trawling through CCTV film from the restaurant. Kate and Gerry McCann were said to be encouraged by the sighting.

Ms Fiering and a friend were returning home from a trip to Barcelona last Friday when they stopped at the L’arche roadside restaurant on the A9 motorway linking France and Spain.

They were listening to music on a mobile phone when they noticed a young blonde girl had started dancing to it.

Ms Fiering said: “I recognised her immediately. She was about six feet away from me. She had the same deformation in her eye.

“She was skinnier about the face and her hair was shorter.

“I called out ‘Madeleine’ and she looked up. The man with her was about six feet tall, with black hair, a black leather jacket and several days growth of stubble. He put on her coat and hat and bundled her away.

She added: “I can’t stop thinking about it. I wish I had stopped that man. I wanted to pick her up, I am sorry I didn’t do that.”


The McCanns’ spokesman Clarence Mitchell said: “This is extremely encouraging.
“We urgently need to establish if this is Madeleine. Kate and Gerry need to see this footage.”

He added: “Interpol are liaising with Leicestershire, Portuguese and French police.
“What makes this reported sighting significant is that this girl noticed the blemish in the child’s eye and for the first time a sighting has led to CCTV images being obtained.”


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