DNA clues delay in Maddie probe


Paul Fielding
21 July 2009
The Gazette

A former Blackpool soldier, linked to the disappearance of Madeleine McCann, is unlikely to face charges over a sex attack 30 years ago.
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Maddie paedo gets off


19 July 2009
News of the World

Convicted paedophile Raymond Hewlett who has been linked to the disappearance of Madeleine McCann will not be charged in connection with a sex attack in Britain 30 years ago. West Yorkshire cops flew to Germany to question Hewlett, 64, over the assault on an eight-year-old girl and took a DNA sample. He is unlikely to face any charges because he is dying of cancer. McCann detectives have not named him as a suspect, But they want him to account for his movements at the time the youngster vanished. He has not provided an alibi and has refused to speak to private detectives.
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British monster off the hook in Maddie case


5 July 2009
Daily Star
Jonathan Corke
Dying Hewlett is ruled out by detectives

Child sex beast Raymond Hewlett has been ruled out as a suspect in the Madeleine McCann case. But we can reveal investigators working for Maddie's parents are still looking at other British sex offenders. Top of the list is a paedophile who was living on the Algarve around the time she disappeared. Others were staying near the Praia da Luz resort she vanished from. A "local" Portuguese man is also being considered. A source said: "There were still a number of names put forward that are being looked at."
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