Grâce à la liberté dans les communications, des groupes d’hommes de même nature pourront se réunir et fonder des communautés. Les nations seront dépassées.
Friedrich Nietzsche (Fragments posthumes XIII-883)

19 - MAR - Netflix interviewés - Truth about Lies




  • Kelvin MacKenzie: Former editor of The Sun newspaper who clashed with the McCanns over the media’s standards when covering the case.
  • Jim Gamble: Senior child protection officer, who hints that Madeleine could still be alive and found with the help of improved technology. “There’s huge hope to be had with the advances in technology. Year on year DNA is getting better. Year on year other techniques, including facial recognition, are getting better,” he says in the series. “And as we use that technology to revisit and review that which we captured in the past, there’s every likelihood that something we already know will slip into position.”
  • Martin Grime: Forensic dog trainer who brought his blood-and cadaver-sniffing dogs to Praia da Luz.
  • David Hughes: PR advisor hired by the McCanns after they returned to England.
  • Ernie Allen: Former president and CEO of the National Center for Missing & Exploited Children.
  • Sandra Felgueiras: Journalist with RTP (Rádio e Televisão de Portugal) who covered the McCann case.
  • Robert Murat: Local Portuguese-British man who was declared arguido, or suspect, in the McCann case. His arguido status was lifted due to lack of evidence.
  • Anthony Summers and Robbyn Swan: Investigative journalists who co-wrote Looking for Madeleine, a 2015 book about the McCann case.
  • Sergey Malinka: Russian immigrant who was questioned by the polícia judiciária because of his business relationship with Robert Murat.
  • Paulo Pereira Cristóvão: Former detective with the polícia judiciária.
  • Patrícia de Sousa Cipriano: Lawyer and president of the Portuguese Association of Missing Children.
  • Justine McGuinness: PR advisor to the McCanns.
  • Homayra Sellier: President of Innocence in Danger, an organisation that works to protect children from abuse and exploitation.
  • Margarida Davim: Journalist who co-authored the controversial Pact of Silence article, claiming the Tapas 9 had omitted information from their statements in a bid to protect the McCanns, which was published in a Portuguese newspaper.
  • Felícia Cabrita: Portuguese investigative journalist who co-authored the Pact of Silence article and is known for reporting on Portugal’s Casa Pia child abuse case.
  • Phil Hall: Former newspaper editor who worked as a PR consultant for the McCanns.
  • Jayne Jensen: Tourist at the Ocean Club Resort who reported seeing two strange men shortly before Madeleine disappeared.
  • Susan & Haynes Hubbard: Friends of the McCanns.
  • Gonçalo Amaral: Former chief investigating coordinator with the polícia judiciária in Portimão.
  • Brian Kennedy: Businessman and McCann benefactor who funded independent investigations into Madeleine’s disappearance.
  • Patrick Kennedy: Brian Kennedy’s son. He travelled with investigators to follow leads in the McCann case.
  • Rogério Alves: Lawyer for Kate and Gerry McCann.
  • Julian Peribañez: Spanish private investigator who went to the Algarve to try to uncover new information.
  • Melissa Little: Police forensic artist who sketched strange men witnesses say they spotted near the Ocean Club Resort.
  • Richard Parton: Freelance voice analyst hired by Washington, DC-based detective agency Oakley International.




25 August 2017
The truth about lies with Dr Cekube Van Golde