29 Apr, 2016 @ 09:35
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Britons sue string of UK and Spanish newspapers following links to Agnese Klavina disappearance

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A LAWYER representing two Britons last seen with missing expat Agnese Klavina insists reports that they have been charged over her disappearance are ‘unfounded’.

He insists privately-educated Westley Capper, 38, and Liverpudlian Craig Porter, 34, are now taking legal action against a string of UK and Spanish newspapers which claimed they had been charged.

He insists the reports that a Marbella judge charged them with ‘aggravated unlawful detention’ last week were incorrect.

“The statements made against our client are completely untrue,” read a statement from Cubism law in London.

“Neither Westley Capper or Craig Porter have been charged with the disappearance of Agnese Klavina.”

He added: “I can confirm that we have written to all of the UK publications and are in the process of writing to the Spanish language outlets.”

The pair were the last people seen with Agnese, pictured leaving Aqwa Mist nightclub in Puerto Banus in September 2014.

An 18-month probe by specialist Madrid detectives, including DNA results from a yacht belonging to Capper’s father was subsequently undertaken.

CCTV images allegedly showed three unidentified men dragging a large suitcase onto Capper’s yacht.

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