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Kate and Gerry McCann win court victory in £1million libel battle against ex-police chief

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Kate and Gerry McCann win court victory in £1million libel battle against ex-police chief

Post by sallypelt on 22.01.15 12:59

How the filthy British Press cons the gullible British public:

Kate and Gerry McCann win court victory in £1million libel battle against ex-police chief

"A Portuguese judge concluded the couple were “emotionally hurt” by the former-detective’s book about the tragedy.
She also ruled Goncalo Amaral appeared to breach strict secrecy rules by including confidential information from official files.
Kate and Gerry McCann are suing Mr Amaral for £1 million over allegations in his 2008 book The Truth of the Lie.
The detective headed the first police investigation into the disappearance of three-year-old Madeleine who vanished from an Algarve resort in May 2007.
He published his book three days after the Portuguese shelved inquiries into the case.
Last year, the McCanns told a court in Lisbon they were left “devastated and crushed” by claims in the book"

Now let's look for some balance in the reporting, shall we? One has to really concentrate if it is going to be found, but I think I have detected a sentence hidden in the twisted mess and this is it:

"But she also is also believed to have dismissed a claim by the McCanns that the book effectively halted new police inquiries into what happened to their little girl".

But, to bring the topic BACK on track, to deceive, we read this:

"It took place to discuss which facts had been proven in the case".

I would like to ask the Express why it hasn't reported the facts that WERE NOT PROVEN???

Wake up, those who read the British newspapers, and tell yourself that your days of being brainwashed are over!!

Opps, forgot to post the link:


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