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Post by BlueBag on 14.06.14 6:09

@AndyB wrote:"Insane" claims it isn't him http://nottextusa.blogspot.co.uk/2014/06/ha-ha-ha-ha-ha.html

I would be very interested to see links to the "several forums"  that "insane" disrupts. Please feel free to PM them to me if you're uncomfortable posting them publicly

Same two people talking to each other.

Or the same person talking to himself.

They'll be back with different names.

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Post by MaybeMaybenot on 14.06.14 6:14

@Woofer wrote:Doesn`t anyone remember Advocatus?
Aka Anders77  passed away a year or so ago

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Post by Guest on 14.06.14 8:05

@AndyB wrote:
@Beanie wrote:
@Woofer wrote:
@Beanie wrote:
@ShuBob wrote:So I can re-enter the thread.

Phew!
Totally agree, rumours abound it being CR employees but can't prove, sorry. IMO

He lived in Yorkshire and his wife was in retail according to his earlier posts.
If it is Insane who desperately tries to disrupt several forums Textusa for one, and he really is genuinely trying to get his opinion across all he needs to do is drop his appalling and condescending attitude towards other posters. 

I agree with many, he has some very good points but winds everyone up.
"Insane" claims it isn't him http://nottextusa.blogspot.co.uk/2014/06/ha-ha-ha-ha-ha.html

I would be very interested to see links to the "several forums"  that "insane" disrupts. Please feel free to PM them to me if you're uncomfortable posting them publicly
@AndyB - there is an interesting comment on Textusa re CynicalAL/Insane which I posted further back on the thead

http://textusa.blogspot.co.uk/2014/06/sy-contradicting-sy.html#comment-form


And note a whole page on Advocatus on the bottom link:-

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Anonymous12 Jun 2014 12:16:00
Poster Cynical Al on JH who everyone can see is none other than Insane/Not Textusa, appears to be supporting Textusa!!
On bottom of this page:
http://jillhavern.forumotion.net/t9770p770-digging-to-start-next-week-continuation-of-automatically-locked-thread-update-starting-today-2-6-14


"I don't read BS much. I'm more partial to Textusa."

It couldn't be more funny.
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  1. Textusa12 Jun 2014 12:42:00
    Anonymous 12 Jun 2014 12:16:00,

    Thank you for your comment.

    We inform readers we won't publish publish anything more related to Al's musings because his views don't appear to have any relationship to ours.

    We are sure Insane will be furious with you if you've got it wrong. He thinks we are demented and deluded. Unless he has a sneaking admiration that he can only acknowledge secretly.

    A boy at school used to kick me whenever he could. To a 7 year old, being told by your mother it was because he really liked you seemed weird. I didn't like the boy anyway.

    Insane would probably say he kicked the girl just because he hated girls.

  2. Textusa12 Jun 2014 13:33:00
    http://textusa.blogspot.pt/2012/02/advocatus-attack.html


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Post by fossey on 14.06.14 9:28

Hope this obsession with the cynicalAl stuff can be put to bed now. 

Anyway.

[color:cc3f=000000][size=13]Dismal Spectacle [color:cc3f=000000]Correio da Manhã[/size]

[color:cc3f=000000]The investigation of the last two weeks, if it can be called an investigation, was surreal.

By Carlos Anjos [president of the Committee for the protection of crime victims, former president of PJ Union]
[size=10]13 June 2014
With thanks to 
[color:cc3f=000000]Joana Morais for translation

If there were doubts about the PJ investigation, lo and behold, the English police conferred legitimacy to it.

The investigation that we have witnessed in the last two weeks, if it can be called investigation, was at best, surreal. While watching Andy Redwood, I've missed Gonçalo Amaral.

The English police had no idea what they were doing, in addition to spending money - in two years they have already spent over €8 million, the operating budget of the PJ in one year.

In two weeks, they told us that Maddie was abducted by an abuser who used to lay down in a bed with minors. And the girl woke up, was killed and buried.

Then there were three Portuguese, but could have been six, that were committing burglaries. Maddie woke up, was killed and buried.

Then, at the searches, they found two cannabis plants and look: Maddie was killed by drug traffickers who were robbing her house.

Objective fact: the English have no doubt that there was a robbery.

Problem: there was no break-in, the doors were locked and nothing was stolen.

So how did they get in? Another mystery.

And then they went, as they came, after that dismal spectacle.
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Post by Guest on 14.06.14 9:57

@Garrincha wrote:Having looked back over this thread, IMO, given the extraordinary efforts to derail it, there must be something extremely sensitive in the first few pages. Any ideas?

Well spotted. The same culprit did it on another thread too. I just see it as vindication really.

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Post by SixMillionQuid on 14.06.14 10:07

@fossey wrote:Hope this obsession with the cynicalAl stuff can be put to bed now. 

Anyway.

[color:faa7=000000][size=13]Dismal Spectacle [color:faa7=000000]Correio da Manhã[/size]

[color:faa7=000000]The investigation of the last two weeks, if it can be called an investigation, was surreal.

By Carlos Anjos [president of the Committee for the protection of crime victims, former president of PJ Union]
[size=10]13 June 2014
With thanks to 
[color:faa7=000000]Joana Morais for translation

If there were doubts about the PJ investigation, lo and behold, the English police conferred legitimacy to it.

The investigation that we have witnessed in the last two weeks, if it can be called investigation, was at best, surreal. While watching Andy Redwood, I've missed Gonçalo Amaral.

The English police had no idea what they were doing, in addition to spending money - in two years they have already spent over €8 million, the operating budget of the PJ in one year.

In two weeks, they told us that Maddie was abducted by an abuser who used to lay down in a bed with minors. And the girl woke up, was killed and buried.

Then there were three Portuguese, but could have been six, that were committing burglaries. Maddie woke up, was killed and buried.

Then, at the searches, they found two cannabis plants and look: Maddie was killed by drug traffickers who were robbing her house.

Objective fact: the English have no doubt that there was a robbery.

Problem: there was no break-in, the doors were locked and nothing was stolen.

So how did they get in? Another mystery.


And then they went, as they came, after that dismal spectacle.
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Neither the McCanns nor OG have explained or given their theories how the abductor got into the apartment when they were specifically told that there was not sign of break-in - their spokesman has gone on to admit this.

So rather than leaving it to internet forums to do the work for them, I thinks its time (after seven years) they came out and explained how the intruder got in and out undetected and without stealing any items a burglar would normally steal. Draws weren't left open. Clothes weren't left all over the place. Obviously the burglar carried a torch to see what he was doing in the dark.

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Post by ShuBob on 14.06.14 10:22

I think it's a fair assumption that OG are working on a different timeline to that of the tapas group now that Tannerman has been eliminated.

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Post by fossey on 14.06.14 10:28

@SixMillionQuid wrote:
Neither the McCanns nor OG have explained or given their theories how the abductor got into the apartment when they were specifically told that there was not sign of break-in - their spokesman has gone on to admit this.

So rather than leaving it to internet forums to do the work for them, I thinks its time (after seven years) they came out and explained how the intruder got in and out undetected and without stealing any items a burglar would normally steal. Draws weren't left open. Clothes weren't left all over the place. Obviously the burglar carried a torch to see what he was doing in the dark.
Very easy - they got in by simply strolling through the doors that were left unlocked if you believe GM's b*llsh!t second version of events.

He tripped himself up first time round saying the Apt was all locked up.

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Post by aiyoyo on 14.06.14 10:36

What about the dogs?

Whatever timeline they are working on, they can't have ignored the dogs evidence if they continue to trust and rely on dogs into the future.

The abandoning of the search before time is up is the most surreal bit.
Why did they launch an expensive operation with complex logistics undertaken and everything deployed to sites only to dismantle them and abandoned search mid way through is the million $ question.


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Post by Issy on 14.06.14 10:41

@fossey wrote:
@SixMillionQuid wrote:
Neither the McCanns nor OG have explained or given their theories how the abductor got into the apartment when they were specifically told that there was not sign of break-in - their spokesman has gone on to admit this.

So rather than leaving it to internet forums to do the work for them, I thinks its time (after seven years) they came out and explained how the intruder got in and out undetected and without stealing any items a burglar would normally steal. Draws weren't left open. Clothes weren't left all over the place. Obviously the burglar carried a torch to see what he was doing in the dark.
Very easy - they got in by simply strolling through the doors that were left unlocked if you believe GM's b*llsh!t second version of events.

He tripped himself up first time round saying the Apt was all locked up.

Yes, Carlos Anjos is incorrect when he says the doors were locked, as rhe McCanns have admitted to leaving a door unlocked, supposedly for ease of checking or in case of fire or, according to Fiona Payne in her rogatory interview, Kate thought it might be a good idea to leave a door unlocked so that if Madeleine woke up she could get out of the apartment and go looking for her parents. Trust a loving responsible mum to come up with a bright idea like that!

The real mystery if we're going to consider the possibility of an intruder is why he would've come in the door, but gone out the window - why not exit through the door? Also, how come there was absolutely NO trace of an intruder, no fingerprints and no glove prints, and nothing else. And of course no sign of any disturbance whatsoever. I wonder what Redwood and his team really think of all this, plus of course the dogs' alerts - are they prepared to swallow these facts without chewing them over first? Maybe the anonymous grafitti writer is right, ie the British police ARE stupid.

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Post by Issy on 14.06.14 10:52

@aiyoyo wrote:What about the dogs?

Whatever timeline they are working on, they can't have ignored the dogs evidence if they continue to trust and rely on dogs into the future.

The abandoning of the search before time is up is the most surreal bit.
Why did they launch an expensive operation with complex logistics undertaken and everything deployed to sites only to dismantle them and abandoned search mid way through is the million $ question.


One of the few things that gives me a little - just a very little - faith in the Met is their public use of cadaver dogs during the recent searches. Maybe they didn't mean it as such, but this seems like a very public acknowledgment of their faith in this type of dog and, if that is so, it follows that they must take the original cadaver dog's alerts seriously instead of dismissing them in the way Team McCann has always done. I wonder what Kate and Gerry feel about this? It must have been rather galling to see the type of dogs they so scornfully dismissed being used by OG in these public searches.

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Post by Guest on 14.06.14 21:33

@AndyB wrote:
@Beanie wrote:
@Woofer wrote:
@Beanie wrote:
@ShuBob wrote:So I can re-enter the thread.

Phew!
Totally agree, rumours abound it being CR employees but can't prove, sorry. IMO

He lived in Yorkshire and his wife was in retail according to his earlier posts.
If it is Insane who desperately tries to disrupt several forums Textusa for one, and he really is genuinely trying to get his opinion across all he needs to do is drop his appalling and condescending attitude towards other posters. 

I agree with many, he has some very good points but winds everyone up.
"Insane" claims it isn't him http://nottextusa.blogspot.co.uk/2014/06/ha-ha-ha-ha-ha.html

I would be very interested to see links to the "several forums"  that "insane" disrupts. Please feel free to PM them to me if you're uncomfortable posting them publicly

Thank you AndyB for posting that link.  I'd recognize that stylized mode of writing anywhere, I think there is two or may be three working in unison under different names, including Ava'wotsit'.  The style is self contradictory false and narcissistic, he/she/they care not one iota for Madeleine McCann, their only purpose is to disrupt and possibly destroy any forum and/or blog that debates the case.  Makes me wonder who and why, maybe a someone named Wright?  The one who appeared at the McCann v. Amaral libel trial where he admitted to trawling the internet and monitoring debate on the subject?

Just a thought you know!

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Post by canada12 on 14.06.14 21:47

Narcissistic...?
Trying to disrupt and possibly destroy any forum and/or blog that debates the case...?
Maybe a someone named Gerry or Kate...?
Just my opinion.

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Post by Woofer on 14.06.14 21:53

@Issy wrote:
@aiyoyo wrote:What about the dogs?

Whatever timeline they are working on, they can't have ignored the dogs evidence if they continue to trust and rely on dogs into the future.

The abandoning of the search before time is up is the most surreal bit.
Why did they launch an expensive operation with complex logistics undertaken and everything deployed to sites only to dismantle them and abandoned search mid way through is the million $ question.


One of the few things that gives me a little - just a very little - faith in the Met is their public use of cadaver dogs during the recent searches. Maybe they didn't mean it as such, but this seems like a very public acknowledgment of their faith in this type of dog and, if that is so, it follows that they must take the original cadaver dog's alerts seriously instead of dismissing them in the way Team McCann has always done. I wonder what Kate and Gerry feel about this? It must have been rather galling to see the type of dogs they so scornfully dismissed being used by OG in these public searches.
 
Yes, they can`t dismiss the dogs.  However they know that the dogs` evidence alone is not enough to prosecute.  And with the FSS mucking up the forensics, there`s not much to go on.
 
There`s masses of circumstantial evidence but as Clarrie has said, there is a rational explanation for everything (or words to that effect).  I suppose we could all make up excuses for every discrepancy but when it probably amounts to hundreds of them - surely a jury would suss them out - or a Judge if they were to be tried in Portugal.
 
One person I hope SY have questioned is Dr. Meredith Hughes, Martin Grimes boss at the time.  For some reason GM contacted MH after the dogs had alerted. Now it would be interesting to know why he did that.
 
From Martin Grimes statement " I never met nor spoken to Gerald McCann. However I do know that he addressed my head supervisor at the time, the South Yorkshire Head of Police, or Mr. Meredith Hughes."

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Post by Guest on 14.06.14 21:54

@canada12 wrote:Narcissistic...?
Trying to disrupt and possibly destroy any forum and/or blog that debates the case...?
Maybe a someone named Gerry or Kate...?
Just my opinion.

Hmmm, precisely!  Or elected envoy ;-)

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Post by Guest on 14.06.14 22:12

@Woofer wrote:
@Issy wrote:
@aiyoyo wrote:What about the dogs?

Whatever timeline they are working on, they can't have ignored the dogs evidence if they continue to trust and rely on dogs into the future.

The abandoning of the search before time is up is the most surreal bit.
Why did they launch an expensive operation with complex logistics undertaken and everything deployed to sites only to dismantle them and abandoned search mid way through is the million $ question.


One of the few things that gives me a little - just a very little - faith in the Met is their public use of cadaver dogs during the recent searches. Maybe they didn't mean it as such, but this seems like a very public acknowledgment of their faith in this type of dog and, if that is so, it follows that they must take the original cadaver dog's alerts seriously instead of dismissing them in the way Team McCann has always done. I wonder what Kate and Gerry feel about this? It must have been rather galling to see the type of dogs they so scornfully dismissed being used by OG in these public searches.
 
Yes, they can`t dismiss the dogs.  However they know that the dogs` evidence alone is not enough to prosecute.  And with the FSS mucking up the forensics, there`s not much to go on.
 
There`s masses of circumstantial evidence but as Clarrie has said, there is a rational explanation for everything (or words to that effect).  I suppose we could all make up excuses for every discrepancy but when it probably amounts to hundreds of them - surely a jury would suss them out - or a Judge if they were to be tried in Portugal.
 
One person I hope SY have questioned is Dr. Meredith Hughes, Martin Grimes boss at the time.  For some reason GM contacted MH after the dogs had alerted. Now it would be interesting to know why he did that.
 
From Martin Grimes statement " I never met nor spoken to Gerald McCann. However I do know that he addressed my head supervisor at the time, the South Yorkshire Head of Police, or Mr. Meredith Hughes."

Trouble is with the dog issue, everyone knows by now that the alerts alone are not admissible conclusive evidence and yet it seems to be the overriding excuse for entirely dismissing the alerts as inconsequential.  It is not inconsequential, it is (or was) a very important part of the framework for building a case and discovering the truth of Maddies fate.

IMO the public should never have been allowed to know even part of the investigation detail but a portion of the information was put in the public arena so I agree, it's very annoying that certain aspects we will never be privy to.  Strange it happened on foreign soil isn't it, makes the case and investigation so much more complicated.  If I was a conspiracy theorist I could almost be led to believe that the location was intentional but I'm not so I ask the jury to disregard that last comment.

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Post by PeterMac on 14.06.14 22:25

Gollum wrote:
Trouble is with the dog issue, everyone knows by now that the alerts alone are not admissible conclusive evidence and yet it seems to be the overriding excuse for entirely dismissing the alerts as inconsequential.  It is not inconsequential, it is (or was) a very important part of the framework for building a case and discovering the truth of Maddies fate.
Try telling that to

Eugene Zapata
D’Andre Lane
Adrian Prout,
David Gilroy,
Marquis Bulloch,
Zinah Jennings
Albert Fine,
Pedro Hernandez,
Shakara Dickens,
Mike Gifford-Hull


In their cases the dogs' alerts alone WERE  admissible conclusive evidence

In their cases the dogs' alerts sent them to prison, in some cases for LIFE.
Two others are on trial in the USA for their LIVES, on the basis of dogs' alerts.
In only one of these cases was the body subsequently found.  The rest - just the dog barking.

Now do we begin to understand why the McCanns and their acolytes HAVE to dismiss the dogs' alerts ?

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Post by Google.Gaspar.Statements on 14.06.14 22:41

@PeterMac wrote:
Gollum wrote:
Trouble is with the dog issue, everyone knows by now that the alerts alone are not admissible conclusive evidence and yet it seems to be the overriding excuse for entirely dismissing the alerts as inconsequential.  It is not inconsequential, it is (or was) a very important part of the framework for building a case and discovering the truth of Maddies fate.
Try telling that to

Eugene Zapata
D’Andre Lane
Adrian Prout,
David Gilroy,
Marquis Bulloch,
Zinah Jennings
Albert Fine,
Pedro Hernandez,
Shakara Dickens,
Mike Gifford-Hull


In their cases the dogs' alerts alone WERE  admissible conclusive evidence

In their cases the dogs' alerts sent them to prison, in some cases for LIFE.
Two others are on trial in the USA for their LIVES, on the basis of dogs' alerts.
In only one of these cases was the body subsequently found.  The rest - just the dog barking.

Now do we begin to understand why the McCanns and their acolytes HAVE to dismiss the dogs' alerts ?
Are you suggesting that the MET police are 'McCann acolytes' as they seem not be taking much notice of the dogs' alerts, Eddie and Keela that is, even though they took a new batch of sniffer dogs out to PdL.

I don't understand why they don't say anything about Eddie and Keela PeterMac.

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Post by aiyoyo on 14.06.14 22:53

Maybe Redwood is borrowing a leaf off Gerry..."confusion is good".......

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Post by Woofer on 14.06.14 23:06

@ PeterMac -
"Eugene Zapata
D’Andre Lane
Adrian Prout,
David Gilroy,
Marquis Bulloch,
Zinah Jennings
Albert Fine,
Pedro Hernandez,
Shakara Dickens,
Mike Gifford-Hull

In their cases the dogs' alerts alone WERE  admissible conclusive evidence "

Setting aside the US cases, were the UK ones really convicted on the dogs` alerts ALONE ?

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Post by Woofer on 14.06.14 23:08

And I`d love to know what was discussed between GM and Martin Grimes` boss.  The arrogance of it.

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Post by Guest on 14.06.14 23:10

@PeterMac wrote:
Gollum wrote:
Trouble is with the dog issue, everyone knows by now that the alerts alone are not admissible conclusive evidence and yet it seems to be the overriding excuse for entirely dismissing the alerts as inconsequential.  It is not inconsequential, it is (or was) a very important part of the framework for building a case and discovering the truth of Maddies fate.
Try telling that to

Eugene Zapata
D’Andre Lane
Adrian Prout,
David Gilroy,
Marquis Bulloch,
Zinah Jennings
Albert Fine,
Pedro Hernandez,
Shakara Dickens,
Mike Gifford-Hull


In their cases the dogs' alerts alone WERE  admissible conclusive evidence

In their cases the dogs' alerts sent them to prison, in some cases for LIFE.
Two others are on trial in the USA for their LIVES, on the basis of dogs' alerts.
In only one of these cases was the body subsequently found.  The rest - just the dog barking.

Now do we begin to understand why the McCanns and their acolytes HAVE to dismiss the dogs' alerts ?

Yes of course, I'm sorry.  I was meaning to have a bit of a dig at the McCann's and their apologists who spend half their lives trying to trash the dogs, amongst other things by way of denying the relevance of their alerts.

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Post by Guest on 14.06.14 23:47

@Woofer wrote:@ PeterMac -
"Eugene Zapata
D’Andre Lane
Adrian Prout,
David Gilroy,
Marquis Bulloch,
Zinah Jennings
Albert Fine,
Pedro Hernandez,
Shakara Dickens,
Mike Gifford-Hull

In their cases the dogs' alerts alone WERE  admissible conclusive evidence "

Setting aside the US cases, were the UK ones really convicted on the dogs` alerts ALONE ?

I wouldn't like to venture into commenting about what goes on in a court of law, IMO so much depends on the skill of the lawyer.  Still the Mcann's and their disciples need to convince themselves and the rest of the world that the dog alerts are worthless, after all they must cover all angles to ensure their defence is watertight.

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Post by aiyoyo on 15.06.14 8:06

dantezebu wrote:Latest from Joana Morais: BASTA!

http://joana-morais.blogspot.com/2014/06/basta.html


Enough!

6 years with all of his assets frozen so he can pay, just in case he looses, the 1,2 million euros demanded by the McCann couple for the "rights, freedoms and guarantees of the family" that were violated, as they allege by a book and a documentary, based on the same title, which they were able to ban in a connected lawsuit.

A book, they claim, which has interfered in the searches for the child. Searches which would have had another outcome if only Kate McCann had answered the 48 questions asked by the PJ, or if, they had done the reconstruction requested by the PJ in 2007, or if the couple had not omitted to the PJ investigation the e-fits that were suppressed since 2008, which were only released last year, in October, by the Metropolitan Police. Not to mention the multiple interferences of spin doctors and illegal private detectives who boycotted the PJ investigation with red herrings, with impunity.

Meantime to save his family from further property losses, Gonçalo Amaral got divorced. He lost his father, became ill, poor to the point of only getting by with the help of friends. His lawyer is being paid with a defence fund that we, PJGA (http://pjga.blogspot.com/), created in 2009, whose donations come mostly from English people.

The trial which continues this Monday, has also held sessions during 2013, sessions that were not properly addressed and divulged by the Portuguese media.

From the witnesses inquired in favour of the McCann couple follows that:

1) The Mccann couple has people monitoring the social networking sites who besiege those, like me, who impart opinions or make translations about the case;

2) That most witnesses have never read the process and only echo the couple's mantra;

3) That the McCann couple is vindictive and wishes above all to see Gonçalo Amaral suffer, seemingly even more than they wish to know what happened to Madeleine (as if they don't know it already)

Kate and Gerry who didn't even came to accompany the Metropolitan Police search for their daughter's remains, are however already in Portugal to attend the trial on Monday, according to a resident journalist in Luz.

And I quote: "He deserves to be miserable and feel fear." Kate McCann's own words in the book titled 'madeleine', written exactly like that without a capital letter.

The Portuguese mainstream media also failed to report the fact that the McCanns, following the poor performance of their witnesses, asked the four defendant parts - Gonçalo Amaral, TVI, Guerra e Paz and Valentim de Carvalho Produções for an out-of-court settlement, reason why the trial was postponed.

They have also failed to report that the Judge considered that Kate and Gerry McCann did not possess authorization to initiate proceedings against Gonçalo Amaral on behalf of their daughter, because the child was placed under the tutelage of a British court, ie a 'Ward of Court'.


I wish to clearly state here, that I consider guilty for the destruction of this man's life the McCann couple, Clarence Mitchell, Salvador da Cunha's Lift Consulting (McCanns PR's in Portugal), Dr. Isabel Duarte and Dr. Rogério Alves, and also the Portuguese state, politicians from both right and left wings who turned a blind eye and the PJ Directorates for allowing Gonçalo Amaral (as well as other PJ inspectors) to have been vilified, ridiculed, reduced to poverty, in what is clearly a revolting case of injustice.

My solidarity is with Gonçalo Amaral and his family, and all those who were victims of this couple, a couple who should have been, at least, taken to court for exposure and abandonment, ie for their negligence.

This is my opinion as a Portuguese citizen, "so sue me McCann"!


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