"Foi um homem quem levou a Maddie"
Em entrevista ao DN, Kate e Gerry falam da convicção inabalável que têm na tese do rapto da filha e na esperança na revisão do caso pela Scotland Yard.
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Portuguese to English translation
INTERVIEW: Kate and Gerry McCann
"It was a man who took Madeleine '
In an interview with DN, Kate and Gerry talk about the unshakable belief that they have in the theory of the kidnapping of his daughter and hope in the review of the case by Scotland Yard.
Maddie's parents still criticized for defending Gonçalo Amaral "no evidence " that Madeleine is dead, though they acknowledge that there is no evidence she was abducted.
'Madeleine', the book signed by Kate McCann, arrives in bookstores today in Portugal. This is the testimony of a mother who struggled with the guilt that accompanies it today.
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@ROSA wrote:Maddie's parents still criticized for defending Gonçalo Amaral "no evidence " that Madeleine is dead, though they acknowledge that there is no evidence she was abducted.
Maybe Garth and his ex SAS buddies will quit trying to force the abduction theory down our throats?
Whose cadaver scent and bodily fluid was found in the McCann's apartment and hire car if not Madeleine's?
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"And if Madeleine had hurt herself inside the apartment, why would that be our fault?" Gerry
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But their own No 1 Private Detective Agency told the world it might have been a woman. He said so, in the presence of the Sainted and Beatified Mitchell, who did not correct him. It must therefore be a version of the truth.@maebee wrote:And you know that TM? How?"It was a man who took Madeleine"
And elsewhere TM has argued that Madeleine was taken by a couple, or a pair. One outside the jemmied shutters and one inside, who exited through the front door,
So which 'Version" are we to believe. (If any)
1 pair of men
1 pair of women
1 pair, one of each
Or, much more probably, a green ogre, muttering, walking with a limp, stooping, with long greasy hair, unshaven, wearing shabby clothing, swarthy in complexion, spotty, muttering to himself, looking furtive, small of stature, smelling of garlic, with a defective eye, tattoos, gnarled and twisted hands, ...
In fact ...
Shakespeare's Richard III
"Now is the Winter of our discontent made glorious Summer by this son of Glasgow."
And all the clouds that low'r'd upon our house, In the deep bosom of the ocean buried.
That is very spooky !
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