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CASE CLOSED

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Post by clairesy on Tue Jul 22, 2008 5:59 am

After watching the news tonight live with k&g's speech it made me wonder for madeleine.Kates words were particularly upsetting...even though they must be extremely relieved to have the shadow of doubt lifted from their heads they are now alone with this fight.The funds will eventually run dry and i wonder if they will get the ongoing support from people .Thing is while they are arguidos theres no end to the case...but with this being ended by the Portuguese(although im pleased about that) I wonder if it will also come to a close in a lot of other peoples minds.Im please though that they are now able to move on with the investigation into finding madeleine without being accused by the pj...gonc the plonk in particular.

I shall continue to support them and follow this case. I hope and prey they find madeleine and that money is no problem for them and they are able to keep paying the privates etc to investigate this case
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Post by Guest on Tue Jul 22, 2008 7:15 am

Just heard on BBC News, that now the case has been officially closed, the McCanns private investigators are able to operate openly in Portugal. Once access has been gained to the files, that should be a positive repercussion of same. Clearly the pj have given up on finding Madeleine, so others should be allowed to investigate unfettered.

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Hi Clairesy

Post by Rosie on Tue Jul 22, 2008 8:02 am

Don't worry, the way is now open for them to really boost the fund by appearing on the Oprah show, so I am not too concerned about the fund drying up. Also from listening to what is being said, it sounds like they are looking into taking legal proceedings against the PJ and maybe even Amaral.

As for this becoming closed in some people's minds, I think the opposite may happen, as people that doubted them because of the lies, smears and leaks will now see what has been happening and may now come back on side and support them. I am not talking about the nutters on Viles and the 3 As, they are a lost cause and they will be sitting in their little squalid places trying their best to put a positive spin on this, when they know deep down inside themselves there is nothing positive about the way the PJ have let Madeleine down and persecuted her parents and most of all they know deep down inside they have been totally wrong this past 14 months and that because of them and their viciousness they have made two despairing parents lives more despairing than they need have been.

The McCann's are always going t have the support of good, decent folk who just want then to find Madeleine and bring her home and fortunately, we are in the majority.

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Mixed feelings

Post by Marilyn on Tue Jul 22, 2008 5:53 pm

Part of me is relieved for the McCann's and part of me is hopping mad. They have suffered for 14 months and had to live with the knowledge that so much more should have been done. Lot's of kind local people did try to find her to begin with .. but after that it was just for the cameras. The Amaral team is yet to be held accountable for what they did. However, he (& Cristavaoa + 3) have a date in September before the Judge for falsifying evidence and the torture of Leonor .. I hope he gets more than a tap on the wrist - but I am not optimistic about justice being served.

Now it's about regrouping .. I hope K&G get access to All of the files, but I doubt that. The McCann's need to generate a lot of cash for the Fund and can do that with paid interviews .. so as to pay the PI's to search for Madeleine .. & it's payback time -- they have lawyers to pay and hides to skin, lot's of them.

Wind under your wings Kate & Gerry.
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Kate's hell

Post by maria on Tue Jul 22, 2008 7:45 pm

She was the one who found her child was missing. She was the one who had to swallow her tears and silence her screams. She was the one who got under all spotlights. She was the one made suspect of concealing the body of her daughter. She was the one to suffer all the slanders. She was the one who had to go on no matter what.

She knew the search of her daughter stopped shortly after it was started. She couldn't do anything about it. She found the strength to fight for the safety of other children. She went on raising her other two children in a normal fashion.

It really is the 'end of the beginning' as Gonçalo Amaral put it. He (and others) made sure that Kate will have to relive all of it. On her own this time, family and friends support are of no use.

These are my feelings. I didn't have to swallow my tears last night.
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Portuguese attorney general closes case of missing British girl for lack of evidence

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Portuguese attorney general closes case of missing British girl for lack of evidence
by sian.r Today at 20:05

Portuguese attorney general closes case of missing British girl for lack of evidence
By BARRY HATTON , Associated Press

Last update: July 21, 2008 - 6:19 PM

LISBON, Portugal - Portugal's attorney general ordered police Monday to halt their investigation into the disappearance of British girl Madeleine McCann because detectives uncovered no evidence of a crime during their 14-month probe.

The case will remain closed unless new evidence emerges, Attorney-General Fernando Pinto Monteiro's office said in a statement. Detectives found no reason to charge any of the three people named as suspects: Madeleine's parents Kate and Gerry and local man Robert Murat, the statement said. All three denied involvement.

After the announcement, the McCanns said being named suspects in the case had damaged the search for Madeleine.

"In an order issued today, ... the investigation into the disappearance of the minor Madeleine McCann has been halted because no evidence was discovered of any crime committed by the suspects," the attorney general's statement said. It added the investigation could be reopened "if new evidence emerges from any serious, pertinent and authoritative" source.

The disappearance of the blond-haired girl in May 2007 immediately attracted intense global media attention which continued unabated as her parents were named as suspects and few clues turned up to explain how she mysteriously vanished from a hotel room during a family vacation in Portugal's southern Algarve region.

She went missing a few days before her fourth birthday and there has been no reliable indication of what might have happened to her despite numerous reported sightings from around the world.

The McCanns have waged a far-reaching international campaign to find their daughter. Through regular statements to the media and via a Web page, they kept the search for Madeleine in the public eye.

Pope Benedict XVI blessed the McCanns, who are Catholics, and a photo of their daughter during his weekly general audience at the Vatican a few weeks after her disappearance. Celebrities, including "Harry Potter" author J.K. Rowling and soccer star David Beckham, made public appeals that helped raise money for a Find Madeleine fund.

The McCanns also traveled to Brussels, Morocco and Spain in their effort to raise public awareness of their daughter's disappearance. And they campaigned for the introduction of a Europe-wide child abduction alert similar to the Amber Alert system in the United States.

The ruling ends months of anguish for the three suspects who denied their involvement from the start and eases pressure on Portuguese police whose failure to make progress under intense public scrutiny at home and abroad.

The McCanns' reacted to the Portuguese decision by expressing their anguish over being named suspects.

"It is hard to describe how utterly despairing it was to be named arguidos (suspects) and subsequently portrayed in the media as suspects in our own daughter's abduction," Kate McCann told reporters in England. "Equally, it has been devastating to witness the detrimental effect this status has had on the search for Madeleine."

Rogerio Alves, one of the McCanns' Portuguese lawyers, told state broadcaster Radiotelevisao Portuguesa the decision was "an undoubted victory." He said the couple's legal team intended to examine the police file to see whether there were any leads which private investigators they have hired could follow up.

Lawyers for the McCanns may now ask a judge to grant them access to the police file, which officials have said runs to 10 volumes. Access to the case file is permitted, at a judge's discretion, to "interested parties."

"We look forward to scrutinizing the police files to see what has actually been done, and more importantly what can still be done as we leave no stone unturned in our search for our little girl," Kate McCann said.

Madeleine's parents said she vanished from their hotel room while they were eating dinner with friends at a resort's poolside restaurant in the sleepy vacation town of Praia da Luz, about 120 miles south of Lisbon. They had left her and her twin siblings, a year younger, alone in the room while they ate at the restaurant about 50 yards away.

Police previously said DNA evidence, though inconclusive, led them to doubt the McCann's version of events.

The Portuguese police faced criticism from the family and others at home and abroad for their failure to find out what happened to Madeline. The McCanns' family and friends complained that the police were slow to react to the disappearance and apparently struggled to build a case. The lack of sophisticated equipment led Portuguese authorities to ask British police for help with forensic tests.

Defending their investigation, Portuguese officials said thousands of children go missing worldwide each year and are never found.

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Pope Benedict XVI blessed the McCanns, who are Catholics, and a photo of their daughter during his weekly general audience at the Vatican a few weeks after her disappearance. Celebrities, including "Harry Potter" author J.K. Rowling and soccer star David Beckham, made public appeals that helped raise money for a Find Madeleine fund.

The McCanns also traveled to Brussels, Morocco and Spain in their effort to raise public awareness of their daughter's disappearance. And they campaigned for the introduction of a Europe-wide child abduction alert similar to the Amber Alert system in the United States.

The ruling ends months of anguish for the three suspects who denied their involvement from the start and eases pressure on Portuguese police whose failure to make progress under intense public scrutiny at home and abroad.

The McCanns' reacted to the Portuguese decision by expressing their anguish over being named suspects.

"It is hard to describe how utterly despairing it was to be named arguidos (suspects) and subsequently portrayed in the media as suspects in our own daughter's abduction," Kate McCann told reporters in England. "Equally, it has been devastating to witness the detrimental effect this status has had on the search for Madeleine."

Rogerio Alves, one of the McCanns' Portuguese lawyers, told state broadcaster Radiotelevisao Portuguesa the decision was "an undoubted victory." He said the couple's legal team intended to examine the police file to see whether there were any leads which private investigators they have hired could follow up.

Lawyers for the McCanns may now ask a judge to grant them access to the police file, which officials have said runs to 10 volumes. Access to the case file is permitted, at a judge's discretion, to "interested parties."

"We look forward to scrutinizing the police files to see what has actually been done, and more importantly what can still be done as we leave no stone unturned in our search for our little girl," Kate McCann said.

Madeleine's parents said she vanished from their hotel room while they were eating dinner with friends at a resort's poolside restaurant in the sleepy vacation town of Praia da Luz, about 120 miles south of Lisbon. They had left her and her twin siblings, a year younger, alone in the room while they ate at the restaurant about 50 yards away.

Police previously said DNA evidence, though inconclusive, led them to doubt the McCann's version of events.

The Portuguese police faced criticism from the family and others at home and abroad for their failure to find out what happened to Madeline. The McCanns' family and friends complained that the police were slow to react to the disappearance and apparently struggled to build a case. The lack of sophisticated equipment led Portuguese authorities to ask British police for help with forensic tests.

Defending their investigation, Portuguese officials said thousands of children go missing worldwide each year and are never found.

Pope Benedict XVI blessed the McCanns, who are Catholics, and a photo of their daughter during his weekly general audience at the Vatican a few weeks after her disappearance. Celebrities, including "Harry Potter" author J.K. Rowling and soccer star David Beckham, made public appeals that helped raise money for a Find Madeleine fund.

The McCanns also traveled to Brussels, Morocco and Spain in their effort to raise public awareness of their daughter's disappearance. And they campaigned for the introduction of a Europe-wide child abduction alert similar to the Amber Alert system in the United States.

The ruling ends months of anguish for the three suspects who denied their involvement from the start and eases pressure on Portuguese police whose failure to make progress under intense public scrutiny at home and abroad.

The McCanns' reacted to the Portuguese decision by expressing their anguish over being named suspects.

"It is hard to describe how utterly despairing it was to be named arguidos (suspects) and subsequently portrayed in the media as suspects in our own daughter's abduction," Kate McCann told reporters in England. "Equally, it has been devastating to witness the detrimental effect this status has had on the search for Madeleine."

Rogerio Alves, one of the McCanns' Portuguese lawyers, told state broadcaster Radiotelevisao Portuguesa the decision was "an undoubted victory." He said the couple's legal team intended to examine the police file to see whether there were any leads which private investigators they have hired could follow up.

Lawyers for the McCanns may now ask a judge to grant them access to the police file, which officials have said runs to 10 volumes. Access to the case file is permitted, at a judge's discretion, to "interested parties."

"We look forward to scrutinizing the police files to see what has actually been done, and more importantly what can still be done as we leave no stone unturned in our search for our little girl," Kate McCann said.

Madeleine's parents said she vanished from their hotel room while they were eating dinner with friends at a resort's poolside restaurant in the sleepy vacation town of Praia da Luz, about 120 miles south of Lisbon. They had left her and her twin siblings, a year younger, alone in the room while they ate at the restaurant about 50 yards away.

Police previously said DNA evidence, though inconclusive, led them to doubt the McCann's version of events.

The Portuguese police faced criticism from the family and others at home and abroad for their failure to find out what happened to Madeline. The McCanns' family and friends complained that the police were slow to react to the disappearance and apparently struggled to build a case. The lack of sophisticated equipment led Portuguese authorities to ask British police for help with forensic tests.

Defending their investigation, Portuguese officials said thousands of children go missing worldwide each year and are never found.

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