Netflix, Kate & Gerry McCann. The Crown Prosecution Service mystery.

The readers of streetdogs.blog the word on the street, and the general public in several countries will be aware of the return of the sad story of Madeline McCann to our screens, courtesy of Netflix, in eight episodes, supposedly hoping to shed new light on the events.

Many of our readers are wondering, considering, the British have a legal situation, where, if a British Citizen(S) commits a crime(s) abroad, which would equally be considered a crime if committed in Britain,  then that person(s), could on their return to Britain, be charged under the British legal  system, with the said  Crime(S), as if they were indeed committed in Britain.

Remembering that Kate and Gerry McCann left not one infant child, but three infant children, alone, unaccompanied, unprotected in a hotel room, while they went and eat and drank with their friends, a considerable distance from the children. Bearing in mind that these two people are highly educated, trained professionals, who would be well aware that in different circumstances such as in the course of their professional endeavours, they became aware of child neglect, that they would be legally and professionally obliged to inform the authorities of a potential offence of child neglect, etc.

How then, people are wondering, is it that two parents who jointly, wilfully and cynically, abandoned three infants, to fend for themselves alone in a strange foreign hotel.  have not been charged with any offence? That’s another mystery in the closet of the Kate and Gerry McCann story. If a paid Nanny/childminder had done this, they would be in jail.

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