terça-feira, 21 de agosto de 2012

Outra vez acerca da ..K8.......











AS WRIT

Readers are indebted to the Sunday Mirror (12 July 2009) for the following information relevant to the McCanns' forthcoming court action against Goncalo Amaral in Portugal:

"The lawsuit...accuses Amaral of being a self-obsessed, manipulative money-grabber with no morals"
Altogether unlike author Kate McCann, whose own best-selling (money-making) book 'Madeleine' reveals her to be... a self-obsessed, manipulative money-grabber with no morals.

Self-obsessed?
'Madeleine' is a work comprising 23 chapters. The subject is 'written out' of the story after chapter 5, the remainder of the book being concerned with eventsafter her disappearance. The book includes:

921 instances of the word 'Madeleine' (the 'subject' of the book)
2063 instances of the word 'I'
1781 instances of the word 'we'
562 instances of 'us'

Manipulative?
'Madeleine' includes both an admission of earlier lying and further examples. The author has since committed perjury (before Lord Justice Leveson).

Money-grabber?
The McCanns claim Mr Amaral's repeated insistence that their daughter is dead has discouraged people from looking for her, whereas what it actually discourages is contribution to the corporate fund of which the McCanns are both directors, Kate with particular responsibility for 'income generation.'

No Morals?
What kind of mother answers the door to their apartment wearing nothing more than a bath-towel and describes her three-year-old daughter's genitalia in a book targetting a general readership?

"In a 36-page writ handed to the Sunday Mirror, they lay bare in painful detail how Gonçalo Amaral's accusations left them "totally destroyed" and caused them "irreparable" damage."
For examples of the McCanns' 'total destruction' see photos of the 1000 day anniversary dinner at the Rooftop Garden Hotel, London, and a clearly enjoyable holiday in Holland subsequently.