KATE McCann and three
friends discussed child-snatchers hours before
daughter Madeleine disappeared, it has emerged.
O'Brien, one of the so-called Tapas Seven, told
police of the ?haunting? conversation had while on
holiday in Portugal last year.
He said it came up
after another father said he felt awkward
photographing his own child.
Dr O'Brien, 37,
was with his partner Jane Tanner, 37, Rachel
Oldfield, 37, and Kate, 40.
He said: ?We then
had a conversation about the ludicrous pressure on
parents that they can't take photos of their
?The other aspect
of the conversation, which is doubly haunting, was
that we said, You're far more likely to get
clobbered by your uncle or your neighbour than some
happened ten or 11 hours before Madeleine was
abducted, it seemed a very uncomfortable
The doctor, of
Exeter, Devon, made his comments in April as he was
quizzed by British cops at the request of the
The interviews are
in documents seen by The Sun.
snatched in Praia da Luz on May 3 last year, days
before her fourth birthday.