11 February 2010
 The Sun
Antonella Lazzeri

Tense Kate McCann holds up a poster of missing daughter Madeleine yesterday — after hearing that a BRITISH Cracker-style criminal profiler had told Portuguese cops that the tot might have been murdered.

The startling revelation came in a Lisbon court where ex-police chief Goncalo Amaral is trying to overturn a ban on his book about three-year-old Maddie's disappearance from a holiday apartment in 2007.

The court heard that profiler Lee Rainbow told cops a month after Maddie went missing she might be dead — and that her parents Kate and Gerry could be involved.

Mr Rainbow, who heads the National Policing Improvement Agency and was involved in the Suffolk Strangler and Shannon Matthews inquiries, said there were "contradictions" in the McCanns' statements and they might be suspects.

Outside court yesterday, heart specialist Gerry said he understood that "all possibilities have to be considered". But he called for the Maddie case to be reopened, and a panel set up to review all the evidence.

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