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Read Gonçalo Amaral's banned book: 'Maddie: The Truth of the Lie'

Jill Havern | Published on the 16.02.19 7:52 | 2911 Views

Gonçalo Amaral: "I will not be silenced!"

This 'censored-in-UK' book by Gonçalo Amaral has been translated into English by AnnaEsse and reproduced here to help increase the chances of it being read by people in the UK.

This blog is dedicated to Gonçalo Amaral and his ongoing investigation into the mysterious disappearance of three year old British citizen, Madeleine McCann.

Acknowledgments: AnnaEsse, Joana Morais, Nigel Moore, Pamalam, Tony Bennett, Richard D. Hall, retired police Superintendent Peter Macleod and the numerous members 'The Complete Mystery of Madeleine McCann' forum, all of whom have worked tirelessly and voluntarily to translate the official Portuguese police files, and raise awareness of this case, so that the truth of what happened to Madeleine can be known - and justice served upon her.

Table of Contents:

Madeleine McCann: The Forbidden Investigation

Click on links to read each chapter - hold down shift (or right-click) to force link to open in new window.

Foreword The forbidden investigation  
Chapter 1 Precipitation? Certainly not.  
Chapter 2 Madeleine Beth McCann's holiday  
Chapter 3 Announcement of a disappearance

Chapter 4 The real victim is the missing child Chapter 5 The days that followed

Chapter 6 The arrival of the English police

Chapter 7 Suspicious behaviour and contradictions

Chapter 8 A man with a child in his arms

Chapter 9 Majorca, September 2005

Chapter 10 Rethinking the facts

Chapter 11 Analysis of a crime scene, apartment 5A

Chapter 12 A rather weak monitoring system

Chapter 13 Contradictions or clues

Chapter 14 Madeleine's parents call attention to her death

Chapter 15 Memory of a crime

Chapter 16 The hypothesis of death is considered

Chapter 17 In the McCanns' bedroom

Chapter 18 Preparation for the interrogations

Chapter 19 Towards placing the McCann couple under investigation

Chapter 20 An Irish family in a state of shock

Chapter 21 The removal of the coordinator of an investigation. Conspiracy or servilism?

Chapter 22 At the Ria de Alvor, one year later, looking at the past with confidence in the future.

***** "Sometimes the only difference between justice denied and justice served is one wet, black nose" *****

Update: Blog now closed, but chapters can still be read here:

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