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I am sure that I have seen the Gaspars statement on video somewhere - does anyone have a link?
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Indeed, I swallow a textbook everyday….a fact of which I am proud By far preferable and productive than wasting precious hours concocting and launching vitriolic attacks against others in the hope of gaining a few claps on a board frequented by lesser life form.
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@kangdang wrote:What the word "Gaspar" heaven forbid
One notes from all that one has learned about this case, that it is not actually Heaven, but the McCanns themselves who are trying to forbid this, via their allegations of libel which are currently being pressed in a Portguese court.
If this libel trial were to dare find Amaral has libelled the McCanns, there will be a terrifying number of ex-police officers and publishers being sued retrospectively for having written and published books regarding cases they have worked on. This is after all, merely an account of an investigation which was carried out by a group of police officers who were trying to find a child whom the parents had declared to have been abducted.
May one state once again for the record, that there is not a scintilla of evidence which would point any police officer in the direction of Madeleine having been abducted, unless we were to consider the Smiths' statements which the parents are not remotely interested in.
The very fact that this information has now been released into the public domain means that it may be discussed. Whether the McCanns and their idiotic supporters like it or not
''The McCanns, from Rothley, Leicestershire, appealed directly to former Home Secretary Alan Johnson and now Mrs May for extra help.
Madeleine was three when she went missing from her family's holiday flat in Praia da Luz in May 2007. This year we broke the news that the Met's Homicide Command have been approached to discuss taking on the investigation.
Jim Gamble, head of the Child Exploitation and Online Protection Centre, told Labour ministers there were huge holes in the original inquiry.The treasury are set to slash eight per cent of the policing budget for the next three years threatening jobs.
Does Gamble include the Gaspar statements as two of the huge holes he mentions?