British Police Say Madeleine McCann May Still Be Alive

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    Hope for finding Maddie?...
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    Miracles do happen - why not for Maddie: Hope for the McCann's after Scotland Yard detectives review her case
    26 April 2012 : Haunting images were released by police this week of Madeleine McCann as she might look today — a smiling, nine-year-old schoolgirl without a care in the world.
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    2,000 stolen baby cases filed in Spain
    April 26,`12 (UPI) -- At least 2,000 cases have been filed in Spain's so-called stolen babies scandal, but some groups say there could be tens of thousands dating back decades.
     
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    No hope because Portugal refuses to reopen the case. Maybe the portuguese authorities are just lazy, maybe it's a result of their having legalized drugs and have no interest in anything else.
     
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    I very much doubt that.
     
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    Tolerance of drugs

    Main article: Drug policy of Portugal
    Portugal has arguably the most liberal laws concerning possession of illicit drugs in the Western world. In 2001 Portugal decriminalized possession of effectively all drugs that are still illegal in other developed nations including, but not limited to, marijuana, cocaine, heroin, and LSD. While possession is legal, trafficking and possession of more than "10 days worth of personal use" are still punishable by jail time and fines. Since decriminalization was implemented, Portugal has seen rapid improvement in the number of deaths from drug overdoses as well as a decline in new HIV infections. [7]

    Crime in Portugal - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
     

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