Tuesday, May 22, 2007


Maybe Robert Murat is completely innocent. I don't know yet and nobody else does either. Only Robert Murat knows.

I do know that writing a book or seeking additional publicity while a formal suspect is in bad taste and there is always time to cash in on the misfortune should that have occurred.

Robert Murat is either the next Richard Jewel and there is a serious case of incompetency involved here or he is the person of interest for a REAL reason.

A polygraph is not admissible in a US Court of Law. It does however allow LE to look in another direction should a suspect pass the test. Robert Murat refuses to take a polygraph and continues to keep the focus on himself because he is not honest and does not offer information on his own. I do not know if a polygraph is admissible in a Portuguese Court of Law.

Highly suspicious if you ask me.

Madeleine suspect contacts Max Clifford to cash in on story.

Last updated at 18:57pm on 22nd May 2007

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The chief suspect in the disappearance of Madeleine McCann could cash in by selling his story, it emerged today.

Robert Murat, 33, who denies any knowledge of the four-year-old's whereabouts, has contacted public relations expert Max Clifford at his London office asking him to represent him in any dealings with the media.

Mr Clifford confirmed that Mr Murat had contacted him, but said he would not formally represent him unless he was cleared of suspicion of kidnapping-the four-year-old girl.

He said: "When I spoke to Robert he was in tears and said: 'I am innocent and I will prove I am innocent,' and thanked me for listening to him. I told him that provided he is cleared I will be happy to talk to him."

It was revealed today that Mr Murat, 33, has collapsed in front of his family as the strain of being the only suspect begins to tell.

It was the second time he had fainted since he was questioned over the probable abduction of Madeleine from her parents' Portuguese holiday apartment in Praia da Luz on 3 May.

Tuck Price, a family friend of the Murats, said: "He collapsed right in front of his entire family."

Mr Murat believes DNA tests could prove his innocence as early as this week. But Portuguese police indicated that the suspect was still their strongest line of inquiry. A senior source said: "All hypotheses are on the table, we are working on one stronger one."


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