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Goncalo Amaral's sister-in law comments on that Daily Mail article

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Post by Tony Bennett on Sat Apr 16, 2011 1:12 pm

The Daily Mail article has certainly stirred up a lot of interest today.

Armanda Leal, sister of Sofia Leal, Goncalo's wife, posted this comment among the comments on the Daily Mail's internet article today at 2.15pm:

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And what about my family: my sister Sofia Leal? My brother in law Gonçalo Amaral? WHAT ABOUT THEIR PAIN AND SUFFERINGS??????

- Armanda Leal, Portugal, 16/4/2011 2:15

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It was still there when I last looked
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Post by littlepixie on Sat Apr 16, 2011 1:16 pm

I suppose the General Public have never really thought about Mr Amaral and how his family has suffered with the relentless attacks against him, for just doing his job. Last time I looked his sister-in-law had two comments allowed on there. Good on her I say.
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Post by MikeyB on Sat Apr 16, 2011 1:17 pm

Bless them, what a punishment that man has taken for doing his job.

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Post by scotclogs on Thu Apr 21, 2011 1:54 pm

@littlepixie wrote:I suppose the General Public have never really thought about Mr Amaral and how his family has suffered with the relentless attacks against him, for just doing his job. Last time I looked his sister-in-law had two comments allowed on there. Good on her I say.
I Agree with you clapping1 clapping1 I am a BIG FAN of Mr Amaral thumbsup
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Post by Get'emGonçalo on Thu Apr 21, 2011 3:17 pm

@scotclogs wrote:
@littlepixie wrote:I suppose the General Public have never really thought about Mr Amaral and how his family has suffered with the relentless attacks against him, for just doing his job. Last time I looked his sister-in-law had two comments allowed on there. Good on her I say.
I Agree with you clapping1 clapping1 I am a BIG FAN of Mr Amaral thumbsup

I'm also a big fan of Mr Amaral as can be seen by my username and blog big grin

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Post by Searcher on Wed Oct 16, 2013 5:16 am

GA was made the fall-guy.   Some versions allege that Gordon Brown insisted he was set down.  I see a policeman doing his job, with integrity, and I am so pleased he said what he did in the ITV interview yesterday.  His family have a right to speak out too.

I am wondering, what with ITV yesterday and the Daily Mail allowing adverse comments today, if something is a-stirring in the backwoods of the media.  Maybe they have had enough too, and journalists are NOT stupid.   Very often they know far more than they are allowed to say, and perhaps they will tolerate only so much manipulation.  Let' hope so.  Not sure about that statement tho - that it is an "impossibility" the Smith sighting could be GM.  Where did that come from??notme

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Post by PeterMac on Wed Oct 16, 2013 7:05 am

And let us never forget that Gonçalo Amaral dismissed the Tanner sighting within one day, and tried to get on with the job without it.
But was actively prevented from so doing by Tanner, Kate, Gerry, Kennedy, and everyone else who have insisted for 6 YEARS that Tanner saw the abductor.
And have thereby irrevocably damaged any search or enquiry into what actually happened.

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Post by russiandoll on Wed Oct 16, 2013 7:07 am

they can sue themselves then,,, a real monty python courtroom .

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Post by jeanmonroe on Wed Oct 16, 2013 7:23 am

@PeterMac wrote:And let us never forget that Gonçalo Amaral dismissed the Tanner sighting within one day, and tried to get on with the job without it.
But was actively prevented from so doing by Tanner, Kate, Gerry, Kennedy, and everyone else who have insisted for 6 YEARS that Tanner saw the abductor.
And have thereby irrevocably damaged any search or enquiry into what actually happened.
Tanner, Kate, Gerry, Kennedy, and everyone else who have insisted for 6 YEARS that Tanner saw the abductor!

Surely not!
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The McCanns will have to SUE themselves and Kennedy and Tanner, won't they?

FOR 'HAMPERING' the 'SEARCH' for Madeleine!

Just as they are SUING GA for 'hampering' the 'search'!.


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