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What really happened to Madeleine Beth McCann?

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-Dailymail ​->​[[http://​www.dailymail.co.uk/​news/​article-480807/​Why-arent-McCanns-keen-friends-speak-behalf.html|Article]] (08 September 2007):+__Dailymail ​->​[[http://​www.dailymail.co.uk/​news/​article-480807/​Why-arent-McCanns-keen-friends-speak-behalf.html|Article]] (08 September 2007):__
  
 //"​They are the key witnesses to [[madeleine_beth_mccann|Madeleine'​s]] disappearance - the friends of Kate and Gerry McCann who could help unlock the mystery of what happened that fateful night. //"​They are the key witnesses to [[madeleine_beth_mccann|Madeleine'​s]] disappearance - the friends of Kate and Gerry McCann who could help unlock the mystery of what happened that fateful night.
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 the group of friends closest to the couple - and who were dining with them on [[3rd_may|May 3]] when Madeleine vanished - were reluctant to talk...The Mail on Sunday asked one of the McCanns'​ friends, Dr Fiona Payne, for an interview. Initially she strongly indicated that she was prepared to talk to this newspaper but changed her mind when the McCanns inexplicably [[rothley_meeting|advised her]] against it...."//​ the group of friends closest to the couple - and who were dining with them on [[3rd_may|May 3]] when Madeleine vanished - were reluctant to talk...The Mail on Sunday asked one of the McCanns'​ friends, Dr Fiona Payne, for an interview. Initially she strongly indicated that she was prepared to talk to this newspaper but changed her mind when the McCanns inexplicably [[rothley_meeting|advised her]] against it...."//​
  
-BBC News ->​[[http://​news.bbc.co.uk/​2/​hi/​uk_news/​7331034.stm|Article]] (16 October 2008): +__Daily ​Mail ->​[[http://​www.dailymail.co.uk/​news/​article-558982/​Tapas-Seven-demanded-private-jet-5-star-hotels-return-Portugal-Maddie-reconstruction-Portuguese-police-claim.html|Article]] (11 April 2008)__
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-//"​...The seven friends who dined with Kate and Gerry McCann on the night of Madeleine'​s disappearance were central [[witnesses|witnesses]] in the case. +
-Their [[timelist-tapas-9|evidence]] was pored over by the police, and their backgrounds closely scrutinised by journalists and bloggers alike. +
-None of the seven were ever a formal [[suspects|suspect]] or //"​arguido"//,​ and all co-operated willingly and voluntarily with the investigation. +
-Bound by judicial secrecy laws while the case was still being investigated by Portuguese police, most made no public comment about what they saw. +
-They have now received a £375,000 libel payout from Express [[involvement_of_media|Newspapers]] after untrue allegations about their conduct appeared in three publications. +
-Their friendship goes back a long way.  +
-Four of the group - **Matthew Oldfield, Russell O'​Brien,​ David Payne and Fiona Payne -  +
-studied medicine together at [[leicestershire_police|Leicester]] University** in the early 1990s - the Paynes becoming a couple."//​ +
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-Daily Mail ->​[[http://​www.dailymail.co.uk/​news/​article-558982/​Tapas-Seven-demanded-private-jet-5-star-hotels-return-Portugal-Maddie-reconstruction-Portuguese-police-claim.html|Article]] (11 April 2008)+
  
 //'​Tapas Seven demanded private jet and 5-star hotels to return to Portugal for Maddie reconstruction,'​ Portuguese police claim.// //'​Tapas Seven demanded private jet and 5-star hotels to return to Portugal for Maddie reconstruction,'​ Portuguese police claim.//
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 Senior police chief **Guilhermino Encarnacao** confirmed that some of the witnesses, who also included a man who played tennis against Mr McCann and TV producer [[jeremy_wilkins|Jeremy Wilkins]], who saw Mr McCann on the might of [[3rd_may|May 3]], had **imposed certain conditions** on their return to Portugal. Senior police chief **Guilhermino Encarnacao** confirmed that some of the witnesses, who also included a man who played tennis against Mr McCann and TV producer [[jeremy_wilkins|Jeremy Wilkins]], who saw Mr McCann on the might of [[3rd_may|May 3]], had **imposed certain conditions** on their return to Portugal.
 But he told 24 Horas: //'The reconstruction is important but it's not crucial to the investigations.'//​ But he told 24 Horas: //'The reconstruction is important but it's not crucial to the investigations.'//​
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 +__BBC News ->​[[http://​news.bbc.co.uk/​2/​hi/​uk_news/​7331034.stm|Article]] (16 October 2008):__
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 +//"​...The seven friends who dined with Kate and Gerry McCann on the night of Madeleine'​s disappearance were central [[witnesses|witnesses]] in the case.
 +Their [[timelist-tapas-9|evidence]] was pored over by the police, and their backgrounds closely scrutinised by journalists and bloggers alike.
 +None of the seven were ever a formal [[suspects|suspect]] or //"​arguido"//,​ and all co-operated willingly and voluntarily with the investigation.
 +Bound by judicial secrecy laws while the case was still being investigated by Portuguese police, most made no public comment about what they saw.
 +They have now received a £375,000 libel payout from Express [[involvement_of_media|Newspapers]] after untrue allegations about their conduct appeared in three publications.
 +Their friendship goes back a long way. 
 +Four of the group - **Matthew Oldfield, Russell O'​Brien,​ David Payne and Fiona Payne - 
 +studied medicine together at [[leicestershire_police|Leicester]] University** in the early 1990s - the Paynes becoming a couple."//​
  
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