Sunday, December 16, 2007

Madeleine McCann, Murat and MI5


David James Smith, in The Sunday Times (UK), 16 December 2007, (Kate and Gerry McCann: Beyond the smears) writes about the Madeleine McCann case:

"Robert Murat... lived across the road from the Ocean Club with his mother at the villa Casa Liliana...

"The man Jane Tanner had seen carrying a child was walking straight towards the Murat villa.

"Murat later said to me that he told the PJ (police) the press were suspicious of him, and they told him not to worry and to keep away from the press and work for them instead. He had signed papers to become an official interpreter and even sat in during the witness interview of Rachael Oldfield...

"Murat always denied he was out the night Madeleine disappeared, but three of the McCann group claimed at the time they had seen him and still insist they were right. I was told there was at least one new independent sighting of Murat out on the night of May 3...

"There is no published evidence that Madeleine’s DNA, or any trace of her blood, has been recovered from the apartment or the car...

"I heard that a PJ officer had been surprised to find a member of MI5 at a UK meeting about the case, and this made him suspicious that shadowy forces could be at work.

"The Sol journalist Felicia Cabrita mentioned the 'mysterious Clarence' – Clarence Mitchell, the former government PR officer turned McCann spokesman – and I was told there was suspicion too about another government official, Sheree Dodd, who had acted as a PR officer for the McCanns briefly in the early days..."

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The problem of prostitution... aggravated since the "Russian mafia" ... settled in Portugal. http://www.unhchr.ch/huricane/hurica...5?opendocument
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