Friends of McCann questioned by Portuguese CID

The three McCann friends questioned yesterday, July 11, by Police - Rachael Oldfield, Russell O'Brien, and Fiona Payne - refused to talk to journalists, when they left Portuguese CID headquarter, in Portimão. The spokesman of McCann family said, on a note released to the Press, that the three friends were pleased to help the Police in this investigation. An unidentified source quoted by Lusa, the Portuguese news agency, said that the questioning of the three McCann friends was a “routine procedure”. Robert Murat was also questioned, and left CID headquarter just before the three friends of Gerry and Kate.
Antonio Toscano, the Spanish “investigative journalist” that has been saying, for more than a month, that he knows the identity of Madeleine’s kidnapper, is again in Portugal and went to Policia Judiciária headquarter in Portimão, allegedly to give police more evidence about the person he says abducted Madeleine McCann.

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