A psychic in Spain maintains that Madeleine's body was thrown into the sea by her own parents after an accidental death caused by an overdose of medication: "her mother tried to get her to respond, she shakes her, hits her, which is when the blood spurts out."
According to Emilce Oliva, "that night a man carries the child in his arms. What I was not about to imagine was that it was her father."
The psychic, who deserves as much credibility as all the others - and there have been hundreds around the case - also maintains having collaborated with the Catalan detective agency, Metodo 3, which the officials of the agency refuse to confirm, stating that the information is confidential.
"What happened that night was an accident. The child received an overdose of sedative. That is why I see the mother trying to get her to respond, she shakes her, moves her, she hits her, and it is then that she (Maddie) sprays blood from her nose," the psychic maintains.
The psychic's witness statement - revealed by an Argentine newspaper - goes further and maintains that, in spite of the apparent coldness of Maddie's parents, it was an accident and that they reacted as they did because they were in a foreign country. They did not want to lose their, "good jobs," and above all be arrested by the police: "there was no other solution for them but to simulate an abduction."