The search for Madeleine McCann remains fruitless, but numerous members of the public — across the world — are publicly showing support for the former detective who notoriously accused her parents of covering up her death. Goncalo Amaral...Show More Summary
Madeleine McCann would have turned 12-years-old on Tuesday, but she remains missing after more than seven years of endless searching. The Loughborough Echo reports that the child’s mother will be raising money for charity by riding in...Show More Summary
Will Madeleine McCann ever be found? The public focus isn’t currently on the search for her, because most people are focused on the libel suit involving the missing child’s parents and a Portuguese detective who wrote a book about the case. Show More Summary
Kate and Gerry McCann have won their libel case against ex-police chief Goncalo Amaral, the incompetent slime ball who originally headed the enquiry into the disappearance of Madeleine McCann in Portuguese holiday resort Praia da Luz in 2007. Show More Summary
The Leicestershire parents said accusations made by a former cop in his 2008 book "destroyed" and "depressed" them.
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LISBON (Reuters) - A Portuguese court ruled on Tuesday that a former investigator of the 2007 disappearance of Madeleine McCann pay 500,000 euros damages to her parents for alleging in a book that the girl had died in an accident and the McCanns had covered it up.
Ex-police officer who led the search for the missing British girl was found guilty of libeling the couple by claiming they covered up their daughter's death
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Madeleine McCann is still missing, and the search for her is under intense scrutiny by more than just a suspicious public. The chief of a top policing union, according to The Daily Express, wants the attention being given to the little girl’s case to shift elsewhere — to keeping the UK safe. Show More Summary
TV personality and retired wrestling star Hulk Hogan has fallen victim to a rather insidious Twitter prank. Hulk Hogan, whose real name is Terry Gene Bollea, was contacted by Twitter user @CarlRoney with an image of a little girl who he claimed was his niece. Show More Summary
As a 3-day-old infant, Zephany Nurse was snatched from a Cape Town hospital. Now she has been reunited with her family—after befriending her biological sister at school.
Is Madeleine McCann alive or dead after all these years? Scotland Yard officials have always operated, publicly, under the idea that she may be found alive, even against evidence produced by detectives in Portugal. The latest news on the case, however, indicates that there could be a shift in what they believe. Show More Summary
A note that was left outside the room where Madeleine McCann went missing in 2007 a year after her disappearance claimed that her body had been dumped in a lake near to the resort. However, despite the presence of this note, according to the Daily Mail Portuguese police officers have never actually searched the reservoir. Show More Summary
The Madeleine McCann mystery deepens with the revelation that Scotland Yard officials are eyeing Robert Murat as a potential witness. The British expat has been interrogated in the past as a suspect, but The Mirror reports that he denies ever being around her the night she vanished over seven years ago. Show More Summary
Seven new suspects will be interrogated in Portugal by investigators in the mysterious case of British child Madeleine McCann, who vanished at age 3 while on holiday with her parents at the Praia da Luz resort.
Portuguese police will interrogate seven people, including two British nationals, as “arguidos” — i.e., “formal suspects” — later this month in the ongoing search for Madeleine McCann, Portugal newspaper Jornal… READ ON
The death of a British woman accused of a vicious campaign of online abuse against the parents of missing girl Madeleine McCann has ignited debate over the growing scourge of Internet "trolls". What drove the outpouring of bile about the McCanns by Leyland, a church-going mother-of-two in a sleepy English village, remains a mystery. Show More Summary
London (AFP) - The death of a British woman accused of a vicious campaign of online abuse against the parents of missing girl Madeleine McCann has ignited debate over the growing scourge of Internet "trolls".
A woman who harassed the parents of disappeared Madeleine McCann had her identity exposed and days later, hounded by the press, took her own life. Who was in the wrong?