"Responses to “Cadaver Odour in the McCanns Car, Apartment and Clothes”
Articles Excerpts from.......... a total of ten vehicles, the cadaver dogs only signalled cadaver odour and blood scent in Kate and Gerry McCann car, rented 24 days after the disappearance of Madeleine McCann, on the 3rd of May of 2007, in Praia da Luz, Algarve.(…) This is one of the conclusions of the final report of the PJ on the investigation that has lasted for more than one year. —————————————- In the first approach done by the British laboratory, the Forensic Science Service and by the Portuguese Institute of Forensic medicine, it was registered a match of Madeleine’s DNA profile with some of the collected evidences in the Renault car, rented by the couple. —————————————- (….)The suspicion generated by an alert from a sniffer dog is difficult to dissipate, as the investigation into the disappearance of Madeleine McCann and the supposed “scent of death” illustrates. Three months after Madeleine’s disappearance, dog handler Martin Grime (then working for South Yorkshire police, now for Jersey police on a freelance basis in the search for human remains at Haut de la Garenne) flew out to Portugal to help review case evidence. He was accompanied by his “advanced dog” Eddie. Up until then, corpse-detection dogs had only ever been used in this country to help the police to locate human remains. Eddie the dog reportedly reacted to Mrs McCann’s clothing …"