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Post  candyfloss on Mon 15 Sep 2014, 10:54 am

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True account of what happened to Madeleine written by lead detective FREE online http://frommybigdesk.blogspot.co.uk/  The Truth of Lie #mccann

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Post  candyfloss on Mon 05 Jan 2015, 5:05 pm

Also here in full........

http://www.gerrymccannsblogs.co.uk/AMARALS_BOOK_ENGLISH.htm


Chapters


Contents acknowledgements & Introduction translated by a friend of the site.
 
MADDIE:  The Truth of the Lies
Contents:
Acknowledgements.
Introduction.
1. Rain? Certainly not.
2. Last known of Madeleine Beth McCann.

3. News of the disappearance. The first 72 hours.
4. The real victim is a child missing.
5. The following days.
6. The arrival of the English police. Portugal is still responsible
7. Suspicious behaviour and contradictions. The case of Murat.

8. A man with a child on the way to the beach.
9. Mallorca, September 2005.
10. Rethinking the facts.
11. Analyzing the place of a crime. The apartment 5A.
12. The unbearable lightness and inconsistency of the scheme to monitor the children.
13. Minor inconsistencies in the testimony or evidence the parents of Madeleine and their friends.
14. The first signs of death: reaction of parents.
15. A remembered crime: the corpse of Mariana or the difference between investigating a crime with body or without body
16. Second signs of death: the intervention of the researchers.
17. First conclusions to be drawn from tests made by EVRD dogs and CSI.

18. The sacred and the profane that forensic researchers found in the bedroom of the couple McCann.
19. Preliminary results of the tests referred the English laboratory. Preparation of interrogations of suspects.
20. Preparation of ‘arguidos’ status.
21. A victim in a state of shock.
22. The removal of the investigation co-ordinator. Conspiracy or doubt?
23. In the Ria de Alvor, a year on, looking at the past and the future.




Read in full on Link above.  Many Thanks to Pamalam

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Post  Dee Coy on Tue 28 Apr 2015, 10:27 pm

Here's a pdf version of the book. I've downloaded it to my computer tonight. Just in case.

http://www.ukoverload.com/holding/download/Maddie.pdf

Also got the children to download the video of The Truth of the Lie using some app or other so I've a record of that, too. Just in case.

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Post  chirpyinsect on Tue 28 Apr 2015, 10:49 pm

Dee Coy wrote:Here's a pdf version of the book. I've downloaded it to my computer tonight. Just in case.

http://www.ukoverload.com/holding/download/Maddie.pdf

Also got the children to download the video of The Truth of the Lie using some app or other so I've a record of that, too. Just in case.
Book downloaded too. They can`t stop it. The train is rumbling along the tracks. Clickety clack.

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Post  Guest on Wed 29 Apr 2015, 6:07 pm

Dee Coy wrote:Here's a pdf version of the book. I've downloaded it to my computer tonight. Just in case.

http://www.ukoverload.com/holding/download/Maddie.pdf

Also got the children to download the video of The Truth of the Lie using some app or other so I've a record of that, too. Just in case.

Do you now how long the video is and how long it takes to download as I'm limited to my amount of montly GB from BT (10 GB a month), I've gone over my quota for the past 2 months and have to pay extra charges, I'm sure they're fiddling me but will have to check them out.

Thanks.

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Post  Dee Coy on Wed 29 Apr 2015, 6:38 pm

Don't Forget Madeleine wrote:
Dee Coy wrote:Here's a pdf version of the book. I've downloaded it to my computer tonight. Just in case.

http://www.ukoverload.com/holding/download/Maddie.pdf

Also got the children to download the video of The Truth of the Lie using some app or other so I've a record of that, too. Just in case.

Do you now how long the video is and how long it takes to download as I'm limited to my amount of montly GB from BT (10 GB a month), I've gone over my quota for the past 2 months and have to pay extra charges, I'm sure they're fiddling me but will have to check them out.

Thanks.

Hi DFM. I don't know how long it took as my children sorted it for me, but I did find this guide:

http://www.broadbandchoices.co.uk/guides/broadband/guide-to-internet-data-usage

I used HiDeHo's video,it's about an hour long so I'm guessing about 250MB if it isn't HD. But that is a guess. There was also a site they had to use to enable the download, link here:

http://keepvid.com

Apparently they had to download it as mp4 Max 480p whatever that means.

Hope that helps!

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Post  Guest on Wed 29 Apr 2015, 6:48 pm

Dee Coy wrote:
Don't Forget Madeleine wrote:
Dee Coy wrote:Here's a pdf version of the book. I've downloaded it to my computer tonight. Just in case.

http://www.ukoverload.com/holding/download/Maddie.pdf

Also got the children to download the video of The Truth of the Lie using some app or other so I've a record of that, too. Just in case.

Do you now how long the video is and how long it takes to download as I'm limited to my amount of montly GB from BT (10 GB a month), I've gone over my quota for the past 2 months and have to pay extra charges, I'm sure they're fiddling me but will have to check them out.

Thanks.

Hi DFM. I don't know how long it took as my children sorted it for me, but I did find this guide:

http://www.broadbandchoices.co.uk/guides/broadband/guide-to-internet-data-usage

I used HiDeHo's video,it's about an hour long so I'm guessing about 250MB if it isn't HD. But that is a guess. There was also a site they had to use to enable the download, link here:

http://keepvid.com

Apparently they had to download it as mp4 Max 480p whatever that means.

Hope that helps!

Thanks very much for that info and the broadbent link. I have many questions for BT as to why they're now charging me over my limit but not a year or more ago when I don't do anything different on the internet  Do you know how 250MB is in terms of GB usage, as I only have 10 GB a month, if not, don't worry I'll research it on the internet.

I've got no idea what mp4 Max 480p means either.

No doubt something else for me to research on the internet.

Anyway, I have GA's book saved so that is sufficient for me now, thanks for your help.

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Post  Dee Coy on Wed 29 Apr 2015, 6:54 pm

250MB is 0.25GB.

Or a 40th of your monthly allowance. Quite a lot! Shocked

The mp4 Max 480p thing is the option you have to select to enable the download, according to the kids. I didn't ask why, they were already sighing and raising their eyes heavenwards! Laughing

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Post  Guest on Wed 29 Apr 2015, 7:01 pm

Dee Coy wrote:250MB is 0.25GB.

Or a 40th of your monthly allowance. Quite a lot! Shocked

The mp4 Max 480p thing is the option you have to select to enable the download, according to the kids. I didn't ask why, they were already sighing and raising their eyes heavenwards! Laughing

Thanks for your reply.

Oh dear, it seems I will have go without the video for now unless I upgrade with BT, which I refuse to do at the moment.

Sorry you had to ask your kids, you should remind them that if it wasn't for their fore fathers with such intelligence they may never have had the internet in the first place and could they have invented the internet themselves?  Laughing

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Post  Dee Coy on Wed 29 Apr 2015, 7:57 pm

Too right! I am rather deliberately the epitome of a Luddite, I love old things and ways which always seem more substantial and permanent than todays frivolous and superficial culture.

My house is full of books, proper hand-held hardbacks, atlases and dictionaries, novels, encyclopaedias, paperbacks, the lot. Luckily I've weaned the children on these and my old-fashioned outlook is tolerated because they appreciate these things too. But I'm certain my technophobia is infamous amongst their friends, who giggle behind their hands when they visit and I talk about listening to the wireless and playing scrabble.

But I know they secretly like being asked to do technical stuff so they can demonstrate their prowess so the request will have been a welcome one! Smile

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Post  Guest on Wed 29 Apr 2015, 8:14 pm

Dee Coy wrote:Too right! I am rather deliberately the epitome of a Luddite, I love old things and ways which always seem more substantial and permanent than todays frivolous and superficial culture.

My house is full of books, proper hand-held hardbacks, atlases and dictionaries, novels, encyclopaedias, paperbacks, the lot. Luckily I've weaned the children on these and my old-fashioned outlook is tolerated because they appreciate these things too. But I'm certain my technophobia is infamous amongst their friends, who giggle behind their hands when they visit and I talk about listening to the wireless and playing scrabble.

But I know they secretly like being asked to do technical stuff so they can demonstrate their prowess so the request will have been a welcome one! Smile

Me too.  I love old books and have many cupboards heaving with them.  I could never read a book from one of those hand held thingies, it doesn't seem the same to me as being able to smell a book (they have a certain smell about them especially old ones), and to be able to flick back through the pages if you get confused as to who is who or get confused with the story line, not easy on one of those hand held thingies, takes too damn long.

I have a large dictionary my Dad used for many years as he loved crossword puzzles, in fact he and Mum used to fight over whose turn it was to do the crossword in the newspaper every day, it's very mauled, stained and dog eared but I would never get rid of it.

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Post  Châtelaine on Wed 29 Apr 2015, 8:20 pm

You both should see my house ... Laughing
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