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Original Source: EXPRESS: WEDNESDAY 04 NOVEMBER 2009
Wednesday November 4,2009 By Nick Fagge

Is this what Madeleine looks like now?

THE four-year-old twin siblings of missing Madeleine McCann want to fight their sister’s kidnapper, parents Kate and Gerry revealed yesterday.

Gerry told how Sean and Amelie often ask about Madeleine and have vowed to track down her abductor themselves.

He said: “Now they are saying, ‘She’s been taken and when we find who took her, we’ll fight them’.

“Amelie this week in particular was saying, ‘When I find that man I’m going to do this and that’.

“I said, ‘No, what we will do is we will give them to the police and then we’ll put them in jail’.”

He added: “They talk about her more than Kate and I talk about her. It’s incredible.”

The twins’ grief was revealed in a series of TV interviews by the McCanns yesterday to promote their new online Find Madeleine campaign.

Internet users are being asked to spread a video around the web as much as possible in a bid to appeal to the conscience of someone who may know or suspect the identity of Madeleine’s abductor.

Pain is etched all over the McCanns' face

The video, entitled A Minute For Madeleine, includes two new digitally-enhanced images of how the missing girl might look now, at six years old, more than two years after she vanished while on holiday in Praia da Luz, Portugal, in May 2007.

One shows her with fair skin and the other tanned as she might look if held in Africa or the Middle East. The commentator says at one point: “It’s never too late to do the right thing.”

The video was created by Britain’s Child Exploitation and Online Protection centre.

It is designed to prick the conscience of someone who might be suppressing their doubts.

Gerry appealed in the interviews: “Please follow this link and try to make us a happy family again.”

Kate said: “The motive is to reach that person who know what’s happened to Madeleine, who knows where she is, or who knows the abductor.

“The person that has done this crime belongs to a family, they’ve got neighbours and colleagues.

“Somebody on the periphery knows something and they’ve been living with this burden of knowledge.

“We are trying to prompt them, to get them to come forward and do the right thing.” The couple, both 41, from Rothley, Leics, said they had taken comfort from the discovery of US ­kidnap ­victim Jaycee Lee Dugard who was freed after being held captive as a sex slave in California for 18 years.

Gerry said: “It’s reignited the ­public’s belief that Madeleine can still be found.

“We can’t have this with her – missing for years and years and years. We need to get her home.”


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