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Maddie's face seen by world

Original Source: SUN: MONDAY 18 MAY 2007
From JOHN ASKILL and JULIE MOULT in Praia da Luz
Published: 18 May 2007

THE face of Madeleine McCann is beamed on to a giant screen as the search for the missing four-year-old goes global.

A new website set up to help find her had last night registered an incredible 40 MILLION visitors.

The site ? ? got 25 million hits in just 24 hours.

Maddie’s image was screened at the UEFA Cup final, watched on TV by millions of footie fans worldwide on Wednesday night.

The two-minute video of Maddie, with Simple Minds hit Don’t You Forget About Me as its soundtrack, was applauded by fans at the match between Spanish sides Sevilla and Espanyol in Glasgow.


Leaflets were also given to the Spanish fans.

One theory is that Maddie has been taken over the border from Portugal into Spain.

Ribbon Kevin Pietersen

A host of major companies yesterday joined the McCann family’s campaign.

Relative Michael Wright ? speaking from outside the apartment in Praia da Luz where Maddie’s parents Gerry and Kate have spent two weeks waiting for news with their toddler twins ? said: “This is just the start.

“Gerry and Kate are taking immense strength from the support from all over the world.

“They have been overwhelmed by offers from individuals to multi-national corporations.”

Mr Wright confirmed the campaign could also spread to North Africa ? across the sea from the Algarve.

Some firms are including Maddie’s image on outgoing emails and there are text message campaigns and posters. England cricketers, led by Kevin Pietersen, wore yellow ribbons of support at the First Test with the West Indies at Lord’s.

Meanwhile, a Russian quizzed by police over his links with suspect Robert Murat said yesterday: “My life is in tatters.”

Computer whizz Serge Malinka, 22, insisted he was innocent and he had only a “business relationship” with Murat.

But he refused to comment on reports he and Murat exchanged “many” phone calls on the night Maddie vanished.

Malinka said he had NO information on Maddie and NO criminal record.

Police said they were treating Malinka as a witness, not a suspect.

But officers added: “It’s a dynamic investigation. A witness in the future could become a suspect.”



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