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Kate and Gerry McCann 'could be charged with neglecting Madeleine

HOMEPAGE NEWS REPORTS INDEX GERRY & KATE PHOTOS MAIL NEWS SCREENSHOTS NEWS JULY 2008
Original Source: MAIL: SATURDAY 05 JULY 2008
By Mail On Sunday Reporter
Last updated at 11:43 PM on 05th July 2008
 
Kate and Gerry McCann could be charged by Portuguese police with neglecting their missing daughter Madeleine.

It is understood detectives have submitted their final report on the case to the country's attorney general.

Kate and Gerry McCann could be charged with neglect, even though there is no evidence to suggest they were involved in Madeleine disappearance

 

Although it concludes there is no evidence that the couple were involved in the disappearance of their daughter shortly before her fourth birthday, it leaves the McCanns open to charges of

Madeleine went missing from the Praia da Luz holiday apartment last May

 abandoning Madeleine

and their twins Sean and Amelie, then two, in their holiday apartment in Praia da Luz on May 3 last year, according to Portuguese newspapers`

 

A judicial source told the newspaper Correio da Manha: 'If it was a case of abduction, as the parents

 themselves argue, it was they who created the necessary conditions for that to take place.'

Last night, the McCanns' spokesman said: 'This is the first we have heard of this. Any charges would be vigorously contested.'

The McCanns are 'reluctantly' taking Leicestershire Constabulary to the High Court tomorrow to make it hand over any evidence it collected during liaisons with its Portuguese counterparts in the hunt for Madeleine.

It is believed that the force refused to open its files to the McCanns, who believe British police may have received calls from members of the public which could be helpful to private detectives working for the family.

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