Seven years since Madeleine McCann disappeared Sept 22, 2015 13:43:14 GMT
Post by Admin on Sept 22, 2015 13:43:14 GMT
Will the search for Madeleine McCann ever be successful? The missing child’s parents have reportedly been notified by authorities that the search for their daughter may only last for another stretch of six months, which could mean hope for finding her is dwindling to an all-time low. The Daily Express reports that police have been granted a chunk of money to “solve” the disappearance of the British girl.
However, a stipulation apparently hangs over the £2 million British pounds granted to investigators. The search for Madeleine McCann is expected to wrap up in approximately six months. While the parents of the missing child are happy that the search will continue, it’s apparent that the search will cease operations as early as spring of 2016.
Over the course of more than a decade, the search for little Maddie has cost British taxpayers an estimated £10.1 million. This fact has lead to numerous people calling for the closure of this unsolved cold case. Meanwhile, others are calling for justice for Madeleine, who many believe never made it out of her parents’ apartment alive the night she vanished. At one point, the McCann parents have been reportedly declared suspects in their daughter’s disappearance by Portuguese officials.
Madeleine McCann disappeared on May 3, 2007 while with her parents on a vacation in Portugal. BBC News shares the timeline of the child’s disappearance, acknowledging that Kate and Gerry McCann had left the toddler unsupervised with two infant children while they dined at a nearby tapas bar with friends. This detail is the reason why many people want the McCanns to be prosecuted for child negligence. Their story has been used as a warning to other parents who have exhibited similar behavior. A Queensland judge lectured a mother who abandoned her young daughter in exchange for a night of drunken debauchery. The judge referenced the Madeleine McCann disappearance.