» Monday, September 10, 2007

Madeleine McCann Case

Asked if the Prime Minister had any comment to make on the Madeleine McCann case, the PMS said that it was an ongoing investigation and the Foreign Secretary had made clear that in relation to the support the McCann’s needed in Portugal, the usual Consulate access would be provided. The PMS added it would be inappropriate to comment further.

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  1. A UK family go on holidays. One 4 year old kid vanished, and acording to the police, Madleine’ and her father are pime suspect.

    Does Maddie have legal rights? UK poloce should have immediateky demand evidence and reports from the McCanns. Ler’s hope that UK police become the lead force tasked with the job of testing the McCann evidence.

    If they were not doctors, the mss media would have adopted an agressive stacem I h=guess

    Comment by Liam — 10 Sep 2007 on 11:01 pm | Link

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