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LISBON, Portugal — European authorities are studying security footage from a street camera in Brussels to determine whether or not a girl pictured in it is Madeleine McCann, a young British girl who went missing in Portugal last year, The U.K.'s Sky News reported.
The child in the video is around McCann's age and appears to look like her, with blonde hair and blue eyes. She is accompanied by a dark-haired woman wearing a hijab head scarf, Sky News reported.
The images, which were released by The Sun newspaper, were handed over to police as well as McCann's parents Gerry and Kate McCann, Sky News said.
Originally posted by Anonymous ATS
have a look at this website
it tells all the unbaised reports of the whole case from day one till, right up to the present day.
there has been a lot of talk recently about David Payne, one of the tapas and it is not good reading.
there is a government cover-up on this case that leads all the way through the british government.
gordon brown had even phoned the PJ 3 hours asking if the first dectective on the case had been fired, WHY did brown want this man off the case so badly, was he getting to close to a few bigwigs
what we all read in the UK press is BS.
why would any parent insist their child was abducted by a pedo ring
then refuse to help the police in any way or form.
the only answer kate gave in her police interview was, do you realise by not answering these questions you are hindering the investagion, she replied, if you think so......................
The purpose of this activity was to determine the length of time detectable scent remained in an enclosed structure following removal of scent items. The facility used was an abandoned portion of a state mental hospital. Scent items consisted of post-mortem body fluids and blood absorbed onto cloth and hair. These items were placed at various locations within the facility for five hours and then removed. Dogs at various levels of training were used to screen the facility at times up to fourteen months after removal of the scent items. Results were obtained and protocols used that are not discussed within this paper, however general findings were that residual scent remained for up to and beyond fourteen months.