25 Dec 2010
I think this is just a bit like the parents of the missing architect, we know the reality, we just do not want to face it.
But let me tell you this, Trish, political lobbying, dragging a decent charity into this, demanding cash for a couple who have already scammed millions, continue to live in a mortgaged to the hilt property they never could afford, continue to refuse to put hand in pocket to look for their own daughter, let alone co-operate with Pt and English Police so that a proper and free search could take place for Maddie, does not actually score you or them any points at all.
Shame on you lady, wake up and smell the coffee and stop behaving as disgracefully as your evil brother.
Why do you not trouble to explain to us why they put themselves through all the heartache and agony of going to Portugal, not to look for Madeleine, but to sue the cop who investigated them and thinks just the same as English Police, they are responsible. Why do you not trouble to explain to us just how much they blew in from Madeleine's Fund to do so in massive legal costs they must now pay for both sides. Could it be that is because you do not want to face what a grasping evil ......... your brother actually is?
Kate and Gerry are not the victims, Madeleine and the twins are, you know that!
“Madeleine McCann merece que se faça justiça. A sua provável morte e misterioso desaparecimento não podem depender apenas da vontade política”, diz Gonçalo Amaral
Declarações de Gonçalo Amaral
Caso Maddie: “Portugal tem Governo débil face a ‘amigos’ ingleses”
" O ex-inspector do caso de Madeleine McCann na Polícia Judiciária, Gonçalo Amaral, voltou esta quinta-feira a apontar o dedo ao Governo português, depois das revelações do ‘WikiLeaks’, na semana passada, que dão conta de que foi a própria polícia inglesa que encontrou provas a incriminar o casal McCann pelo desaparecimento da filha Madeleine, na noite de 3 de Maio de 2007, na Praia da Luz, Algarve.
Segundo referiu Gonçalo Amaral à agência Efe, Portugal "tem um Governo débil face a ‘amigos' ingleses, servil e submisso, e o arquivamento da investigação do misterioso desaparecimento de Madeleine McCann constitui uma vergonha para o nosso País e para o sistema judicial português".
O ex-inspector, que já tinha dito ao Correio da Manhãacreditar que a polícia britânica não contou tudo à PJ, está convencido de que Londres pressionou Portugal para o afastarem do cargo e para se evitarem acusações contra Kate e Gerry McCann.
Gonçalo Amaral está confiante de que o caso seja esclarecido por completo, mas diz ser necessário reiniciar a investigação policial e rever o processo.
"Madeleine McCann merece que se faça justiça. A sua provável morte e misterioso desaparecimento não podem depender apenas da vontade política", diz.
24 DECEMBER 2010 | POSTED BY ASTRO
" This Thursday, the former Judiciary Police inspector in the case of Madeleine McCann, Gonçalo Amaral, has again pointed his finger at the Portuguese government, after last week's 'WikiLeaks' revelations, that showed that it was the English police itself that found evidence that incriminates the McCann couple in the disappearanca of their daughter Madeleine, on the night of the 3rd of May, 2007, in Praia da Luz, in the Algarve.
Gonçalo amaral told Efe agency that Portugal "has a feeble government in face of English 'friends', servile and submissive, and the shelving of the investigation into the mysterious disappearance of Madeleine McCann is a shame for our country and for the Portuguese judicial system".
The former inspector, who had already told Correio da Manhã that he believed that the British police didn't tell the PJ everything, is convinced that London pressured Portugal in order to remove him from his post and in order to avoid any accusations against Kate and Gerry McCann.
Gonçalo Amaral is confident that the case will be fully clarified, but he says it is necessary to restart the police investigation and to review the process.
"Madeleine McCann deserves to have justice done. Her likely death and her mysterious disappearance cannot depend solely on the political will", he says. "
Missing People sounds important and worthwhile. But you would be hard pressed to find news of it in this story. This is a Christmas story about Our Maddie, the innocent child eaten alive by voracious press in a single thread tale that has no sign of closure.
In the piece we hear the name Madeleine mentioned 15 times.
The charity gets five mentions.
The child gets six more pension in a timeline of events.
And then Gerry and Kate McCann are mentioned ten times by name; five more in the timeline.