Has anyone watched the new Madeline McCann documentary on Netflix? I've just finished it thought it was very balanced and gripping.
A few points I took from it:
1. When the mother went into the room and saw she was missing, she immediately ran to the restaurant to get help, but she left the other two children there. Surely she should've picked them up and ran with them if she thought her other daughter had been kidnapped?
2. The Portugese investigation didn't look particularly well done. They made numerous assumptions and ignored the possibility that they were wrong.
3. The con man private investigator who took their money and did nothing was a caant
4. The cadaver dogs signalling in their apartment and car is exceptionally odd. These skilled dogs don't signal for nothing, and as far as I can tell that wasn't explained.
5. Leaving your kids alone (potentially drugged given the fact the other two didn't wake up during any of the commotion afterwards) is bad enough, but leaving the door to the apartment unlocked is beyond stupid
What does everyone think? It's an interesting if harrowing case.
Off topic - McCann documentary