Yesterday the incompetent Portuguese fuzz officially declared Dr Kate McCann "arguido" and offered her a two-year prison sentence in exchange for a confession! Now husband Gerry joins the list of three official suspects, all Brits you notice. Evidence? A spot of Madeleine's blood in Madeleine's hotel bedroom, a sniffer dog trained to detect corpses wagging its tail in the same bedroom, and DNA in a car hired by the McCann's 25 days after their daughter went missing. Are we to believe that Kate McCann killed her daughter, kept the body hidden during a massive search, then hired a car to dump the body 25 days later, and nobody noticed the smell of a decomposing body around the hotel during that time? No way! The first place any efficient police force searches is where the child lived. Young children have locked themselves in abandoned refrigerators or drowned in a back garden pond. And it is well known that Kate McCann carries with her one of Madeleine's fluffy toys, which is a likely source of any DNA found in the hire car. Accusing the McCanns smacks of politics, not police work. The McCanns' unending campaign to find Madeleine has embarrassed the Portuguese authorities and threatens to damage Portugal's tourist industry. How's that as motive for a false accusation? But the Daily Mail is already carrying a stupid story by one of its hacks: "I have a terrible nagging doubt the McCanns might be involved," writes David Jones (CLICK). That's all the McCanns need: half-baked hacks jumping on the accusatory bandwagon. A much more sensible approach would be for Britons to boycott Portugal until Madeleine's kidnapper is found and the Portuguese cops have paid massive compensation to those Brits they have wrongly labelled "arguido".