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McCanns in Portugal for injunction appeal

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Post by Guest on 10.12.09 22:26

Well it's all happening tomorrow, or is it. Apparantely Goncalo's lawyer has swine flu?? Will it be adjourned?
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Post by Guest on 10.12.09 22:30

How inconvenient. Or may be not.
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Post by Guest on 11.12.09 2:55

No stamina, obviously. How very bloody pathetic. I suspect that Gonzalo Amaral is broking a deal.

He already knows that he has lost hands down.
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Post by Ruby on 11.12.09 3:26

ORLY? then why has he said this? 'from tomorrow the thesis that Madeleine died will be broadcast,... not by myself,... but by a lot of voices'. Best wait and see I think.
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Post by DCB1 on 11.12.09 9:29

So is it on or off?

Has the demonstration started yet I wonder?

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Post by Guest on 11.12.09 10:05

@DCB1 wrote:So is it on or off?

Has the demonstration started yet I wonder?


Just seen them (McCanns) interviewed on Sky news, they don't look too happy. Update from Martin Brunt in a few mins.
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Post by DCB1 on 11.12.09 10:06

candyfloss wrote:
@DCB1 wrote:So is it on or off?

Has the demonstration started yet I wonder?


Just seen them (McCanns) interviewed on Sky news, they don't look too happy. Update from Martin Brunt in a few mins.

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Post by Guest on 11.12.09 10:24

McCanns and Goncalo in court now. More from Martin Brunt shortly.

I have just read an interview with Goncalo on another site, where he states he has police officers as witnesses to back up his theory. Should be interesting thinking
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Post by Guest on 11.12.09 10:25

You can follow here, Keir Simmons in court twittering

http://twitter.com/KeirSimmonsITV
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Post by DCB1 on 11.12.09 10:27

Thanks - from that blog:

"Astonishing - #McCann case delayed until Jan after swine flu scare and only one witness turrned up"

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Post by Guest on 11.12.09 10:29

@DCB1 wrote:Thanks - from that blog:

"Astonishing - #McCann case delayed until Jan after swine flu scare and only one witness turrned up"


Yep - just seen it on Sky breaking news. Delayed for a month. The McCanns will be furious..............again
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Post by DCB1 on 11.12.09 14:53

well the book can't go back on sale till this is sorted out.

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Post by Guest on 11.12.09 15:05

@DCB1 wrote:well the book can't go back on sale till this is sorted out.


Well I'm sure Mr. Amaral isn't too bothered. He is getting plenty of publicity for it. It will sell like hotcakes again when the injunction is lifted. The McCanns looked none too happy did they??
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Post by DCB1 on 11.12.09 15:14

candyfloss wrote:
@DCB1 wrote:well the book can't go back on sale till this is sorted out.


Well I'm sure Mr. Amaral isn't too bothered. He is getting plenty of publicity for it. It will sell like hotcakes again when the injunction is lifted. The McCanns looked none too happy did they??

And he has got his new book, to pay for the damage done by the old book.

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Post by preciousramotswe on 11.12.09 15:36

Can anyone explain why exactly it got as far as the Mccanns and Amaral sat in court waiting for this guy to turn up before it was postponed?

It was being rumoured last night that this guy had been 'quarantined' due to his secretary having swine flu (something I've never heard of oevr here, btw) so why did they wait until the last moment before doing this?

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Post by DCB1 on 11.12.09 15:42

badmanners wrote:Can anyone explain why exactly it got as far as the Mccanns and Amaral sat in court waiting for this guy to turn up before it was postponed?

It was being rumoured last night that this guy had been 'quarantined' due to his secretary having swine flu (something I've never heard of oevr here, btw) so why did they wait until the last moment before doing this?

Because it has to be a court decision whether to proceed or not.

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