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Maddie Case: British asks 253 questions

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Post by Pedro Silva on Wed Dec 03, 2014 5:11 am

My friends, this was taken from Correio da Manh„ newspaper:


Maddie Case: British asks 253 questions

British police asked PJ to ask to the prime suspects if they killed Maddie.

All eleven people considered of interest in the British investigation of the case Madeleine McCann will be heard as witnesses. The interrogations will happen next week, but the CM found that, any of the interrogated may be made defendant in the middle of inquiry. British police suggested a list of 253 questions to be asked by the PJ to eleven people, including Robert Murat, the first arguido in the investigation developed by the Portuguese authorities.

Among the questions suggested by the Scotland Yard are direct questions about the authorship of the death of the British child who disappeared in Praia da Luz in Lagos, May 3, 2007, and where the body was hidden. The most incriminating questions will only be made to people who believe that the British had intervention in the disappearance of Maddie.

The interrogations, as the CM reported, were scheduled for the last week of November. However, a legal limbo on the establishment of accused suspects forced the cancellation of inquiries, requested through the fifth letter of request of the British authorities.

Seven people were going to be heard as defendants and four as witnesses. The problem is that the defendants are not required to answer all questions and may have to give him a lawyer. The question was posed to the new prosecutor of the Public Ministry of Portim„o, InÍs Sequeira, who decided that all will be heard as witnesses. If incriminating aspects are found, the questioning as a witness is suspended and any of the people can be made immediately defendant, having knowledge of new rights.

The proceedings will be held at the premises of the Judicial Police in Faro.

also taken from The Portugal Resident newspaper:


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