Lisbon, Nov 13 (Lusa) – The Attorney General’s Office considers that
there are no “new, credible and relevant” facts in order to reopen the
investigation related to Madeleine McCann, the English child that
disappeared in the Algarve in 2007.
In a reply that was sent to Lusa agency, the
Attorney General’s Office recalls that “it has been repeatedly
stated that the inquiry may be reopened if new, credible and relevant
facts appear”. Nonetheless, “so far all that has been known are
opinions, abstract thesis, divagations, baseless reasoning and
publicitary maneuvers, which is not enough to reopen the inquiry”, the
A telegram from the USA embassy in Lisbon,
dated September 2007 and released on Monday, mentions the
disappearance of the English child in May that year, pointing out that
it was the English police that discovered evidence against the parents.