The latest sighting of Madeleine McCann, like all the others, has been proven false. Earlier it was reported that Karen Sisson reported back in 2007 that she'd seen a family with a "groggy" blonde child at a campsite in Spain. The investigation never occurred until recently, and obviously for good reason. No sightings of Maddie have been substantiated and there's probably a very good reason for this. Forensic evidence has all but already proven that the three-year-old girl never left her parents' rental apartment alive.
The man implicated in the disappearance of Madeleine McCann, by Karen Sisson, was tracked down by journalists. He lives in Switzerland with his family, a wife and three kids. The blonde girl which Sisson sensationally described as being "alienated" from her family, is none other than the man's own daughter. This source mentions the man's name, but there is really no reason to share his name. He is cleared in any involvement and did not kidnap the McCann child. In fact, it's highly unlikely that she was even kidnapped at all -- given the evidence.
With or without the media giving his name up, it will be known by the rabid supporters of the McCanns, who either devotedly buy their stories and lack of cooperation with the investigation, or simply just do so out of sheer arrogance against justice. Since day one of this case many people have been thrown under the bus by those who simply refuse to look at the evidence as it has been clearly displayed by numerous investigative sources. There are several places a discerning reader can begin learning about the actual details of this case that aren't doused in PR marketing (which were indeed sought by the parents of the missing child).
Once the public collectively wakes up and looks at this case down to the very core of its beginnings, fewer people might buy these so-called sightings. Nonetheless, there is still always hope, regardless of how unlikely it is.
Crime analyst and profiler Chelsea Hoffman can be found on The Huffington Post, Chelsea Hoffman: Case to Case and many other outlets. Follow @TheRealChelseaH on Twitter or click here to contact Chelsea directly.