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One of them, Paulo Ribeiro, told the BBC's Panorama: 'I thought it was incredible.
Despite the involvement of British consular staff, they were, by their own accounts, left for long periods without any updates or communication with the investigators.'They state they were taken to the police station on more than one occasion and then left for hours waiting to speak to someone who never materialised.'They describe this situation as inhumane, with no real consideration for their emotional and physical wellbeing.'It was written by the Child Exploitation And Online Protection Centre for the Home Office to establish if it was worth getting Scotland Yard to review the case.We never saw or looked at those people as suspects of the crime.' Today family spokesman Clarence Mitchell said the Mc Canns still believe their daughter is out there.He said: 'There are only two or three people on the planet who know what happened to Madeleine.But a decade on it had been given back to her parents, Sky News revealed today.Spokesman Clarence Mitchell (pictured today) said: 'Gerry did give a hairbrush to Mr Krugel at the time to assist in his work.'He eventually returned to South Africa and the hairbrush slipped their minds.