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Kate and Gerry McCann interview 3rd May on Spanish TV Las Mañanas de Cuatro



Thanks to Mercedes for the following information.

On Monday, May 3rd, Spanish TV Las Mañanas de Cuatro, will air an interview with the McCanns. There will be several guests in the studio commenting on the case.

The following is the press release from Mercedes.



"There she was curled up against me. Then she took my engagement ring... She used to do this many times and put it... She put it on as we read the story.... She is wonderful, what I can say. "


So Kate McCann recalls the last moments spent with her daughter. Next Monday marks the third anniversary of the disappearance of Madeleine. Three years in which her parents have not stopped looking for her.


Las Mañanas de Cuatro celebrates its 750 programs on the air with an exclusive worldwide interest. Concha Garcia Campoy has gone to Rothley (England) to interview the McCanns and know how is their day to day without Maddie.


Kate and Gerry have responded, without censorship, to all our questions. They talk about the doubts that still surround the case and their relationship with Gonçalo Amaral, the Portuguese police who was in charge of the research who has always considered them suspects.


"In my mind it is very clear that a man took Madeleine and we have to find him to know where my daughter is. That the police don’t search for that man but suspect me and Gerry ... That hurts me. "


Kate and Gerry McCann tell us each point of their version of what happened that night. They categorically denied they had medicated children ("It's a shame that this was published. It has no basis. It’s a lie") although they admit they could have made a mistake leaving them alone to go to dinner with a group of friends.


"The guilt will never leave us, we made a mistake and we repeated it several nights in a row ... We never thought our children were in danger."


They say that the have never hidden to Sean and Amelie, Maddie’s brother and sister; what happened.


"A psychologist told us to answer honestly all their questions ... We explained them about the kidnapping, saying that if we want something we should not take it if it belongs to others. And they understood it. As a robbery. "


Three years after the disappearance of Madeleine, the McCanns do not give up. They say they will continue to fight "the time it takes." Currently, they are intending that the British police reopen the investigation.


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