segunda-feira, 25 de outubro de 2010

Emoção, emoções que não se esquecem.

This photograph, taken from video, to me is the most significant of the immense suffering



" 22 octubre 2010

Los jueces comienzan describiendo los tres motivos principales de la apelación: la reivindicación de la libertad de expresión al amparo de la Constitución portuguesa; la segunda afirma que los hechos descritos en el libro eran “meras reproducciones” de los datos de la investigación y la tercera que esos mismos hechos incluso “formaban parte del informe final del Ministerio Público”.

Las tres reivindicaciones son aceptadas al final de la resolución/sentencia.

Resumen la teoría de Amaral, sin palabras engañosas y nada que los McCann puedan coger y darle la vuelta: en el libro, dicen, Amaral defiende la teoría de que la niña murió en el apartamento el 3 de mayo, que se simuló un secuestro, que los padres son sospechosos de conciliar el cuerpo y que hubo negligencia infantil.

A continuación pasan a la persona en sí misma, alguien que hasta ahora el sistema jurídico había tratado como una no-persona: Amaral. Los jueces .......... " continua na ligação indicada acima, em espanhol.

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" The judges begin by describing the three main grounds for the appeal: the claim for freedom of expression under the Portuguese constitution[which has been described elsewhere since the verdict JB]; the second claim that the facts in the book were "mere reproductions” of the investigative data and the third, that those same facts were “even part of the Prosecutor’s report.”

All three claims are accepted at the end of the judgement.

They summarise Amaral’s theory, with no weasel words and nothing for the McCanns to pick out and spin: in the book, they say, Amaral defends the theory that the child died in the apartment on May 3, that an abduction was simulated, that the parents are suspected of concealing the body and that there was child neglect.

They then turn to the individual himself, someone that the legal system has until now shown every sign of treating as a non-person: Amaral. The judges remind us of his reasons ........."

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