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Have you questioned Payne?



Original Source: Correio Da Manha 30 January 2014
by Manuel Catarino [Correio da Manhã editor-in-chief]

With thanks to  Joana Morais for translation


The police have a suspect alive in England: David Payne, one of the McCanns' friends on the holiday

by Manuel Catarino [Correio da Manhã editor-in-chief]

The Attorney General's Office, sensitive to the pressures exerted by London, opened the the judicial process into the disappearance of Maddie. The investigation ended in a blind alley and the case, naturally shelved in the summer of 2008, awaited any relevant data that could shed light on the mystery.


The PJ had no other alternative than to create a 'special group' to analyse the process which rested in a filing cabinet: something could have escaped the early investigators. The PJ finds a suspect for the abduction of the girl - a suspect that is already dead. 

The new thesis is highly desirable: removes the suspicions from the McCann couple and throws the process, again, in the tranquillity of the filing cabinet. But the British police does not want a dead suspect. They prefer a live one. British inspectors are in the Algarve - and they insist on questioning three suspects.


If the English allow me the suggestion, you did not have to bother with the nuisance of the trip. 

You have an alive suspect in England: David Payne, one of the McCanns' friends on the holiday, reported for indecent behaviour with children and he was never investigated. 

in Correio da Manhã, January 30, 2014


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