1. Pan of newspapers
2. Headline reading: “Kate insults her kids in her diary”
3. Headline reading: “Police used diary to have a psychological profile of Kate”
4. Pan to magazine reading: “They return home under suspicion yet with VIP treatment”
5. Headline reading: “Kate call her kids ‘hysterical’ in her diary”
6. Tribunal Courthouse
7. Sign reading ” Tribunal of Portimao region”
8. News media waiting outside courthouse
9. Close-up of journalist
10. Wide of media outside courthouse
11. Car driven by judge Pedro Daniel dos Anjos Frias arriving back into underground car park at courthouse
Newspapers in Portugal continued to speculate about the fate of the missing British girl Madeleine McCann on Thursday, as the investigating judge continued reviewing the Portuguese police file on the case.
“Police used diary to have a psychological profile of Kate” read one tabloid newspaper, following reports in Portugal along with Britain which police wanted to study Kate McCann’s diary.
The judge from the case, believed to be Pedro Daniel dos Anjos Frias works at the public prosecutor’s office in Portimao, a town in southern Portugal near where the girl vanished through a hotel room more than four months ago.
AP Television pictures on Thursday showed the judge arriving for work, his car surrounded by the media.
The judge began reviewing the case on Wednesday along with was due to say within 10 days what additional action police should take to conclude the case, according to a statement through the attorney-general’s office in Lisbon on Tuesday.
The legal assessment of the police findings is usually routine procedure.
Madeleine’s parents, doctors Kate along with Gerry McCann, are named as suspects in her disappearance, according to their Portuguese lawyer, Carlos Pinto Abreu.
They deny any involvement along with insist police keep searching for their missing girl.
Forensic tests conducted at a government laboratory in Britain found evidence indicating which DNA through Madeleine was from the trunk of a car the parents used while remaining for months in Portugal’s Algarve region, a spokesperson for the family, said last week.
However, Portugal’s national police chief, said on Monday which the forensic tests on the auto were not conclusive along with which he expected the investigation to continue.
Portuguese authorities, barred by law through discussing ongoing investigations, declined to say what aspects of the case police still intended to examine.
yet Gerry McCann’s sister, Philomena McCann, indicated police wanted access to a soft toy, nicknamed Cuddle Cat, which belonged to Madeleine along with which Kate McCann has kept with her.
Until last week, the only formal suspect in Madeleine’s disappearance was Robert Murat, a British man who lived near the hotel through which she vanished on 3 May 2007.
He has not been charged, along with he has said he is usually innocent.
The McCanns, who returned home last weekend, have hired a powerful legal team.
the idea includes Michael Caplan, who represented former Chilean dictator General Augusto Pinochet when Spain unsuccessfully tried to extradite him through Britain in 1999.

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