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What really happened to Madeleine Beth McCann?

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 On 21 July 2008, he was released from his arguido status. On 21 July 2008, he was released from his arguido status.
  
-see ->[[http://www.mccannfiles.com/id90.html|McCannFiles]]+see ->[[https://www.gerrymccannsblogs.co.uk/Nigel/id90.htm|McCannFiles]]
  
 On 15 May, Murat became the first offical [[suspects|suspect]],​ or '​arguido',​ in the case. He is half Portugese and lives in Casa Liliana, a villa owned by his 71-year old mother, Jenny Murat, which is about 150 yards from [[apartement_5a|Apartment 5A]]. In the initial stages of the investigation,​ Murat acted as translator and there are differing opinions about who he actually translated for during the police interviews. Some reports have suggested the interviews included 'Tapas Nine' member, Diane Webster and the Ocean Club nannies; Catriona Baker, Charlotte Penningon and Kirsty Maryan. He appears to have been first brought to the attention of Portugese investigators by Lori Campbell, a Sunday Mirror journalist, for no other reason than he appeared '​suspicious'​ and his behaviour reminded her of Ian Huntley. On 15 May, Murat became the first offical [[suspects|suspect]],​ or '​arguido',​ in the case. He is half Portugese and lives in Casa Liliana, a villa owned by his 71-year old mother, Jenny Murat, which is about 150 yards from [[apartement_5a|Apartment 5A]]. In the initial stages of the investigation,​ Murat acted as translator and there are differing opinions about who he actually translated for during the police interviews. Some reports have suggested the interviews included 'Tapas Nine' member, Diane Webster and the Ocean Club nannies; Catriona Baker, Charlotte Penningon and Kirsty Maryan. He appears to have been first brought to the attention of Portugese investigators by Lori Campbell, a Sunday Mirror journalist, for no other reason than he appeared '​suspicious'​ and his behaviour reminded her of Ian Huntley.