By Marc Baker By Marc Baker
Missing Maddie McCann's furious parents have vowed to sue a lawyer who suggests they are guilty of child neglect.
Anthony Bennett, 61, is urging the Government to bring in a "Madeleine's Law" making it a criminal offence to leave children under 12 on their own.
His website attacks doctors Kate and Gerry McCann, both 41, over the disappearance of Maddie, now five, from their holiday flat in Portugal last year.
McCann spokesman Clarence Mitchell said: "Our lawyers are watching him. They are constantly monitoring his claims, which we consider are libellous."
A legal source close to the McCanns, of Rothley, Leics, said: "They are more than annoyed and deeply offended. They say enough is enough. All they are trying to do is get their daughter back."
article in People.co.uk here
On page 2412, is the interview with PAMELA FENN, who relates several details, of which, though not clarifying the facts, are elucidating. PAMELA FENN lives on the first floor of the residential block, above the apartment occupied by the McCann family. She related that, on 1 May 2007, two days before the disappearance, at about 22h30, she heard a child crying, which by the sound was MADELEINE. The child continued weeping for one hour and 15 minutes, until the parent’s arrival (she heard the door sounds), at about 23h45. This witness places in cause the allegation (by the parents) of the daily routine of visits every 30 minutes to check the children who had been left on their own.
Abuse of Power articles
Clarence Mitchell profile
NSPCC: What is child neglect?
Janey Godley's blog - Not neglectful? Think again Gerry McCann
Metro.co.uk - Here, Clarence, try suing this newspaper - they said Maddie is dead.
Another book by Tony Bennett exposing the truth about how Stuart Lubbock died.
Not Awight: Getting Away With Murder: by Terry Lubbock & Tony Bennett published by Harry E Cichy released 28 February 2007 Available from all good book shops ISBN: 9780954694913 paperback - price £9.95 Father of Stuart Lubbock, Terry Lubbock and a professional analyst team up to trawl through dozens of witness statement and reports, to find out who killed Stuart Lubbock. Stuart Lubbock was found at entertainer Michael Barrymore's home in 2001.