LAWFUEL – The parents of missing child Madeleine McCann have resisted pressure to leave Portugal and launched a YouTube website to find the missing girl.
The McCanns have resisted alleged “bullying” to leave Portugal, including various comments made by the only suspect in the case.
These developments occur against mounting evidence that Madeleine may have been killed in the apartment from which she disappeared.
As they prepare to mark the 100th day since their four-year-old daughter disappeared, the McCanns are to launch a channel called Don’t You Forget About Me on YouTube.
There are already 229 videos connected to the Madeleine campaign on YouTube, one of which has been visited 50,000 times.
The new site, aimed at the millions of young people around the world who visit YouTube every day, will be managed and policed by the International Centre for Missing and Exploited Children in Washington DC.