Kate McCann on her way out of the police station after being constituted arguida.
Taking a look at a few of those 48 questions that Kate McCann refused to answer when she was questioned as an arguida. Let's start with this question about the curtains behind the sofa:
4. Why had the curtain behind the sofa in front of the side window (whose photo was shown to her) been tampered with? Did somebody go behind that sofa?
We know that the sofa had been pushed up against the wall under the window, but this is a very specific question, not about the sofa itself, but about the curtain. I wonder what led the PJ to suggest that the curtain had been tampered with? The 48 questions put to Kate McCann were clearly not random or vague, but designed to elicit definite information about events and observations made by the PJ in apartment 5A on the night that Madeleine McCann disappeared.
A piece of information we do have is that both Eddie (EVRD) and Keela (CSI dog) gave their alerts to an area behind the sofa.
Did someone go behind the sofa? Seems like a fairly innocuous question, but it wasn't answered. Not by Kate McCann, anyway, but there was an answer to an unasked question by Eddie. What did the person do who went behind the sofa?