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What really happened to Madeleine Beth McCann?

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introduction [2014/05/13 00:02]
heggi [2010–present: New police investigations]
introduction [2014/12/11 14:59]
heggi [3 May 2007]
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 Fund decided not to release them. This was in part because Martin Smith came to believe that the man he had seen was [[gerry_mccann|Gerry McCann]] – something ​ Fund decided not to release them. This was in part because Martin Smith came to believe that the man he had seen was [[gerry_mccann|Gerry McCann]] – something ​
 Scotland Yard ruled out because [[timelist-tapas-9|witnesses]] placed Gerry in the tapas restaurant at 22:00 – and so releasing the e-fits risked feeding the  Scotland Yard ruled out because [[timelist-tapas-9|witnesses]] placed Gerry in the tapas restaurant at 22:00 – and so releasing the e-fits risked feeding the 
-conspiracy theories about the McCanns, which were at their height in 2008. When Scotland Yard became involved in 2011 and ruled out the Tanner ​+[[conspiracy|conspiracy]] ​theories about the McCanns, which were at their height in 2008. When Scotland Yard became involved in 2011 and ruled out the Tanner ​
 sighting, they came to believe that it was the Smith sighting that gave them the approximate time of Madeleine'​s kidnap, and in October 2013  sighting, they came to believe that it was the Smith sighting that gave them the approximate time of Madeleine'​s kidnap, and in October 2013 
 they released the Oakley International e-fits to coincide with a [[crimewatch|BBC Crimewatch]] reconstruction of the disappearance. they released the Oakley International e-fits to coincide with a [[crimewatch|BBC Crimewatch]] reconstruction of the disappearance.