OK, but it was still too late, and ultimately, little Maddy has not been recovered regardless of who has jurisdiction over the case has she?
I always thought that the most important part of a missing person investigation is at the beginning isn't it?
The more days that go by, the less likely it is that the victim would be close to the location of abduction, and even less likely to reappear.
This child could be easily spotted, even if the hair color was changed, and yet not a single person has identified the child in 6 days.
It is good taht we have some posters who are updating from the European side, and teh country itself, as you know what the latest is from the local
Here's a quote from todays news, regarding comments from Maddy's Grandmother :
..."The grandmother of Madeleine McCann has said Portuguese police made mistakes at the start of the hunt for her, possibly because they were
What I don't understand, is that according to Crustus, this isn't the first, 2nd, 3rd...etc. time this has happened there, so I doubt any policeman
could be 'inexperienced', I would be shocked to hear that all involved were inexperienced in this type of scenario, alot of covering of information
is taking place, in order to maitain a depleteing tourist industry
Full Story from BBC News online below:
[edit on 10/5/2007 by deaman88]