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British police assisted in the McCanns investigation

HOMEPAGE NEWS REPORTS INDEX NEWS DECEMBER 2010
Original Source: CAR RENTALS: THURSDAY 16 DECEMBER 2010
December 16th, 2010
by Taylor Smith
 

The latest document released by Wikileaks discloses that the US ambassador was told that UK police assisted in building up evidence against Madeline McCann's family. Madeline McCann's parents were official suspects during the police investigation of their child's disappearance in Portugal.

Al Hoffman who is the US ambassador met with Alexander Wykeham Ellis who is the UK ambassador. The meeting was arranged some time after the
McCann's were officially announced as suspects in the case. The McCann's commented that there was no evidence to suggest that they were involved in the disappearance of their daughter.

In a secret diplomatic cable Hoffman said that without going into specific details the UK ambassador had said that the British police had assisted with gathering evidence against the McCanns and that officials from Britain and Portugal were co-operating with each other.

The statement that has been connected with the ambassador seems to oppose the common belief that the Portuguese police were the motivation behind the McCanns inclusion as suspects in the investigation.

The release of this confidential cable happened as the Wikileaks founder is going to court for a bail hearing. He was apprehended by police because the Swedish police want to question him about sexual misconduct allegations.

In one of the cables that was revealed by Wikileaks Hoffman said that the disappearance of the McCann's daughter had been placed in the spotlight by the international media. He added that there was controversy surrounding the announcement that the child's parents were suspects in the case. He continued to say that the UK ambassador believed that the media attention was to be expected but that officials should not make their comments on the case known to the public

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