quinta-feira, 5 de julho de 2012

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Não esquecer o excelente resumo de Textusa Blog:



Textusa said :
Jul 5, 2012 5:00:00 PM
Anon Jul 5, 2012 2:53:00 PM

We call this type of news “Tabloid News”.

That said, GA and the lawyer António Pinto Pereira have appeared on SIC, on "Tardes da Julia" this afternoon and have said some very interesting things:

GA denies completely having been interviewed by CM as reported and is expecting a clarification about that from the paper, although his efforts to contact the editor have been fruitless.

The fact that a person being an engineer doesn’t make a person a criminal investigator.

The machine allegedly now used was used by highly qualified personnel from the Geology Department of the University of Aveiro, by the request from the PJ, and that they checked much deeper than the reported depth. It was found that there was a roman village below Murat’s house.

The machine was then used, as he said, by highly qualified personnel and not by someone who has just now become familiar with it as reported.

For the news to be true, then the body had to be buried after the University of Aveiro’s investigation was done.

That this news subscribe some “medium theories” that say that’s where the body is. 

GA says ironically that as Oporto’s PJ is supposedly tying up loose ends, it should now show interest in that house.

The only authorities searching for a live girl are only the UK authorities, as everyone else has assumed that the girl is dead.

The fact that the UK authorities are reported to have shown interest in the machine is completely against their supposed line of investigation: looking for an alive girl. It seems they’re assuming also that she’s dead.

That Murat no longer lives in Portugal.