Stephen25000 is it?
More in edit.It isn't just me davel, who doesn't believe in abduction.
Just you and a small band of supporters back abduction, plus a few others.
That's your opinion...I think you are totally wrong....totally and utterly wrong
From the archiving dispatch:
And this, from the final report of the PJ, written by Inspector Joao Carlos:The parents didn't even represent the realisation of the fact, they trusted that everything would go well, as it had gone on the previous evenings, thus not equating, nor was it demanded from them, the possibility of the occurrence of an abduction of any of the children that were in their respective apartments.
Just the sort of behaviour you would expect from a couple hiding some dark secret in respect of their missing daughter.On the other hand, the parents of the minor, set out in the most diversified contacts and appeals, with the diffusion of MADELEINE images, whilst, the British authorities opened up a phone-line for permanent and specialized contact, to gather all the information relative to the disappearance, as well as information coming from Interpol and other homologous Police forces.
This activity (diffusion), besides the informative aspects from the media, aimed to acquire, in the shortest period of time, information that could contribute to the investigation in two aspects, the discovery of MADELEINE with life and gather substance that could attest the circumstances of her disappearance and in case of associating to it a criminal action by a third person, having requested for that matter the focused cooperation of the population.
This desire for cooperation had the result that through various sources and using the most diversified means, with special focus on direct communications towards the police, the PJ received the most varied information.