Has little Maddie McCann been found? This is the question that has been plaguing the whole world for almost a week. On February 19, a 21-year-old German girl appealed, explaining that she had reason to believe that she could be little Madeleine, who disappeared on May 3, 2007 in Praia da Luz, Portugal. Adopted in Poland, Julia Faustyna claims to have been sexually abused during her childhood, to have some vague memories of the place of her abduction and, above all, to have bodily similarities with the missing little girl. She also points out that her parents refuse to tell her about her past.

But as the world holds its breath waiting for the truth, one man is convinced that Julia and Maddie are not the same person: Francisco Marco, the Method 3 private investigator hired by Madeleine’s parents. , Kate and Gerry McCann. “Without knowing the details in depth, it does not correspond to me. I do not think it is her,” he said in the columns of El Independiente. He did not specify why the theory advanced by Julia Faustyna does not hold in his eyes.

Despite the doubts, “The family (…) is ready to examine all leads”

Either way, the truth should eventually come out. Informed, Kate and Gerry McCann agreed to have the young German take a DNA test. “The family is taking no risks, they are ready to examine all leads, a source close to the McCanns told the Daily Star. It is important that they examine all the factors, the girl looks like her. There is no doubt about it. If what she’s saying is true, chances are it’s her. It all adds up.” The date of the DNA test and the release of the results has not been released to the public.

Maddie McCann case: her parents' private detective throws a stone into the pond

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