Missing Maddie – Parents Not To Be Re-Interviewed September 19th
Posted by cotojo on September 19, 2007
Kate and Gerry McCann have been informed that investigators are now following other lines into the abduction of their daughter Madeleine from the holiday complex in Praia da Luz on May 3rd.
This news comes as it was revealed that there are no plans for them to be interviewed again about their daughters disappearance.
Although they are still officially suspects in the case, along with ex-pat Robert Murat, they have also been informed that there are no plans to impose any form of bail restriction on them.
This could signal a turning point in the ongoing investigation, after a judge threw out requests for them to be re-interviewed, saying there was insufficient evidence.
It is now believed that the Policia Judiciaria are now going back to the original theory that Maddie was abducted and it is no longer considered a ‘body’ search, and that they will be taking a more open-minded approach to the case.
Hopefully this will also stop the trial by the media, which found the McCann’s guilty by means of wild speculation, inaccurate reporting, and citing false information.
The move comes less than two weeks after the McCann’s flew home to the UK, and they continue to strongly deny any suggestion that they were involved in their daughters disappearance in any way whatsoever.
A spokesman for the McCann’s has said that it appears to be very encouraging news, but it will also need to be carefully assessed by lawyers acting for them.