The world could soon be set to receive an answer as to what really happened to Madeleine McCann over the coming days ahead after an Australian documentary programme has claimed they have new evidence that could explain what really happened to the infant.
Madeleine who went missing from an apartment in Praia da Luz ten years ago when her parents Kate and Gerry McCann dined at a near by restaurant has never been found despite years of investigations by Portuguese police.
According to The Sun the new documentary which was produced by Australia’s channel 7 network will outline a number of key events that occurred on the night in question an explain what really happened to the four year old.
The paper also claims that the new evidence which is alleged to be conclusive, has already prompted legal representatives for the youngsters parents to submit a request for it to be handed over to police immediately should it prove to be credible.
Although Madeleine has never been found lead investigators fully believe the youngster was abducted even though former detectives have claimed otherwise.
The latest documentary which is said to be a landmark event will feature a number of Interviews from the former lead investigator Goncalo Amaral and a top criminologist, with both outlining key moments during the timeline before Madeleine went missing. The documentary will also show a number of interviews from those who attended the scene of the crime as well as archived interviews form Kate and Gerry McCann.
The documentary which is set to air this weekend will be brought to the world’s media attention as it will be one of the first in depth programme to claim that it has a solid lead explaining Madeleine’s disappearance.
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