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Gonçalo Amaral returns to Praia da Luz

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Gonçalo Amaral returns to Praia da Luz

Post by ChippyM on 27.04.17 14:21

Goncalo Amaral having his say on the 10 year anniversary. The full article unfortunately is only in print. Hopefully someone will share it soon.

"Ten years after the disappearance of Madeleine McCann, Gonçalo Amaral returns to Praia da Luz to remember everything that happened. A unique interview and interview from SÁBADO and CMTV

He had dinner with a friend after a day's work, when around midnight on May 3, 2007 he received the call that set the course for the following years: an English girl, the daughter of a couple of doctors, had disappeared from a Village of Praia da Luz. The then chief inspector gave instructions over the phone, then moved to the picket and headed home. At that moment he could not imagine it, but he had just come across the investigation that would end his career, calling him the Internet name of "drunk", "womanizing" and "despicable" police and Involving him in a judicial proceeding in which he was asked to pay damages of € 1,200,000. The missing girl was Madeleine McCann. 

Ten years later, the former coordinator of the Judiciary Police returns to Praia da Luz to relive everything that happened in those days. Gonçalo Amaral also criticizes the persistence of the public prosecution and the government over the British authorities and leaves a clue as to what he believes may have happened to Maddie McCann in an exclusive report, the result of a partnership between SÁBADO and CMTV. 

Read the full story in the printed edition of SATURDAY , this Thursday in the stands. "


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