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Parents have warned anyone "caught selling" ex-police chief Gonzalo Amaral's book in the UK would face legal action.

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Re: Parents have warned anyone "caught selling" ex-police chief Gonzalo Amaral's book in the UK would face legal action.

Post by Guest on 23.04.16 11:07

Remind me where this "warning" appeared?  Oh, yes, The Mirror.  

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Post by aiyoyo on 23.04.16 11:43

@Rogue-a-Tory wrote:
Gerry, Kate & Elton, now there's a threesome

I'll get me coat big grin

Don't forget to add Clarence Mitchell.
He turned this case into a soap opera and is still at it...and his main casts are still in his scripts.
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Post by aquila on 23.04.16 11:45

Ladyinred wrote:Remind me where this "warning" appeared?  Oh, yes, The Mirror.  

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Yes, yes, yes....the newspaper that calls him Gonzalo....alongside other newspapers who have this week called him Goncolo....the newspapers that have branded him a monster, a sardine muncher, an inept senior police officer who drinks wine at lunchtime and a whole host of seriously defamatory comments.

In a week of crappy press releases (are there any other kind from Team McCann) there is the total inability to afford their target the correct spelling of his name. Disgusting or what!

ETA: It's a well known tactic to diminish a person by the incorrect spelling of their name - hence Sr Amaral is still Johnny Foreigner.

ETA again: It's a strange thing that the book Kate McCann chose to publish about her own daughter, the front cover showed "madeleine by KATE MCCANN". Now which of those two people are important enough to have their name in capital letters?
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Post by aiyoyo on 23.04.16 15:16

@aquila wrote:

ETA again: It's a strange thing that the book Kate McCann chose to publish about her own daughter, the front cover showed "madeleine by KATE MCCANN". Now which of those two people are important enough to have their name in capital letters?

Pre the incident, their priorities in that order -

Themselves
Their friends
Their children

Post the incident, their priorities in that order

Money
Kate & Gerry
The Twins
Madeleine
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Post by jeanmonroe on 24.04.16 12:52

Waiting for the day that the McCanns issue a legal warning, threatening to 'sue', the 100 year old, family run bookshop, struggling to stay in business (in this 'internet 'age') in the EVERTON district of Liverpool if they are 'caught selling' an 'international' BEST SELLER!.

THAT would  'make' the Scum's 'headlines'............wouldn't it?

"KA£E Mc SUES EVERTON F.C. AND ARDENT MCCANN SUPPORTER/MADELEINE'S FUND DONATOR FOR £1 MILLION"

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Post by Verdi on 24.04.16 12:57

@jeanmonroe wrote:Waiting for the day that the McCanns issue a legal warning, threatening to 'sue', the 100 year old, family run bookshop, struggling to stay in business (in this 'internet 'age') in the EVERTON district of Liverpool if they are caught selling an 'international' BEST SELLER!.

THAT should 'make' the Scum's 'headlines!
It would be a bit of a lark if 'The Truth of the Lie' was published in the UK in English by the same publisher that published 'madeleine' by KATE MCCANN!

Touché !!!

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Post by pennylane on 24.04.16 13:56

@plebgate wrote:I am wondering if we will see KG on LKs sofa any time soon warning The Nation that they will be sued if they dare to sell THE BOOK.  

We have yet to hear from Missing People as far as I know about The Judgement.   I wonder why?
 
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