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Post  bluebell on Sun 25 Jan 2015, 12:22 pm

Mail on Sunday.    


But she dismissed the idea Mr Amaral’s claims about the McCanns had stopped the Portuguese police investigating Madeleine’s disappearance.
The rulings left Mr Amaral confident of court victory next month when as expected the judge announces her final verdict in open court before releasing her sentence in writing.


Still missing: Portuguese prosecutors reopened their probe into Madeleine’s disappearance last year
He accused the McCanns of taking him to court so they could exonerate themselves of blame for the disappearance of their daughter, who vanished aged three from their Praia da Luz holiday flat in May 2007 while they were eating tapas nearby with friends.
Portuguese papers signalled the outcome of last Wednesday’s hearing as a positive one for heart specialist Gerry and Kate moments after it finished.
But as the full findings became apparent they changed their tune to portray the judge’s rulings as a slap in the face for the couple.
Leading Portuguese daily Correio da Manha headlined an article on the result of the hearing: ‘McCanns destroyed before the book.’
Rival Jornal de Noticias reported: ‘Judge without proof that the book about Maddie "destroyed" her parents.’

The McCanns told the Lisbon court staging the Amaral libel trial last summer they were left ‘devastated and crushed’ by his book, which sold around 120,000 copies before it was withdrawn when the British couple won an injunction against the ex-police chief.


Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2925419/Kate-Gerry-McCann-hurt-former-police-chief-s-book-missing-Madeleine-judge-finds.html#ixzz3PponilO6

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Mail on Sunday

Post  costello on Sun 25 Jan 2015, 12:25 pm

I have just read this online. Hope more publications follow.
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Re: Mail on Sunday

Post  Guest on Sun 25 Jan 2015, 12:27 pm

Slowly but surely "the truth of the lie" is emerging.

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Post  costello on Sun 25 Jan 2015, 12:43 pm

My sentiments entirely.
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Re: Mail on Sunday

Post  Guest on Sun 25 Jan 2015, 1:56 pm

The majority of the comments are not favourable to the parents...the neglect seems to be what irks people the most

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Re: Mail on Sunday

Post  Guest on Sun 25 Jan 2015, 6:45 pm

At least one reader on the DM comments section has had his/her eyes opened regarding GA's book -

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helly, bath, United Kingdom, 4 hours ago
"He also claimed their lack of cooperation with the Portuguese police authorities had led to the archiving of the investigation in 2008." This is worrying. I'd like to read the book to see what the media isn't telling us.

Green arrows - 197    /    Red arrows - 8


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At least it's a start and here's hoping that many more people have their eyes opened following GA's interview and the mention of his book.

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Re: Mail on Sunday

Post  Bampots on Sun 25 Jan 2015, 7:55 pm

January began directionless and weary limping into the new year, McCann files frozen in time,rumours of double agents (yet to be revealed?) even Andrew here seemed to be on the verge of throwing in the towel and to cap it all Joana Morais fed up with arguing the toss called time.........you only need a whiff of spring to look to the end of winter.


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