Richard D. Hall’s third installment in the “Buried by Mainstream Media, The True Story of Madeleine McCann” series. This one looks at the lack of, and problems with, evidence showing Madeleine was alive after the first full day of the family holiday. What little evidence that she was alive from Sunday the 29th April to her reported disappearance on the night of the 3rd May is highly questionable and does not stand up to scrutiny.
Overview: “The past presence of a human corpse was detected in the McCanns’ apartment and in many other places associated with the McCanns by highly trained police sniffer dogs. This clue suggests that Madeleine may have died and her body lain in the apartment for a period of time. Assuming this is correct, what date and time did Madeleine die? The most logical way to address this question is to go back in time to determine what was the last piece of credible evidence, which proves Madeleine was alive. This film attempts to do this by forensically examining witness statements, photographs, physical evidence, police reports and media reports. In doing so the film exposes the agenda of the mainstream media which has, on the whole, helped to cover up the truth about the Madeleine McCann case