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McCann's Libel Trial Day 2

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Re: McCann's Libel Trial Day 2

Post by vaguely1 on 13.01.10 15:22

3:22
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Mr Amaral has suddenly got up and walked out of the courtroom, causing a murmur among the onlookers on the public benches.
Wednesday January 13, 2010 3:22 jondipaolo
3:22
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Mr Enes: I strongly respect the convictions and work of Mr Amaral.
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Post by ufercoffy on 13.01.10 15:31

Come back Goncalo! bigshock
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Re: McCann's Libel Trial Day 2

Post by vaguely1 on 13.01.10 15:37

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Mr Amaral has left the court building, stopping to give a few comments in Portuguese before climbing into a waiting car.


ooh, 'citing!
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Re: McCann's Libel Trial Day 2

Post by vaguely1 on 13.01.10 15:39

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Mr
Amaral said he was pleased with Mr Flores' testimony earlier, adding
that for the first time it had been explained why he wrote the book.
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Re: McCann's Libel Trial Day 2

Post by vaguely1 on 13.01.10 15:39

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Mr Amaral added that he wrote the book to protect his honour and set the record
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Post by vaguely1 on 13.01.10 15:40

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The former policeman said what he described as a campaign against him in the British press is continuing.
3:40
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He added that he had only this morning been described as 'incompetent' in one British newspaper.
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Re: McCann's Libel Trial Day 2

Post by vaguely1 on 13.01.10 15:42

(not sure if the case will carry on in his absence, or whether he needs to be present)
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Post by vaguely1 on 13.01.10 15:43

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Right. Back to the courtroom. Mr Enes is still giving evidence.
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Re: McCann's Libel Trial Day 2

Post by vaguely1 on 13.01.10 15:45

3:45
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Mr Enes says the Madeleine investigation was the victim of 'friendly fire' from the media that hampered its course.
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Re: McCann's Libel Trial Day 2

Post by vaguely1 on 13.01.10 15:48

3:47
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Mr
Enes says that just because people put forward their own theories, it
does not prevent other lines of inquiry being investigated.
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Re: McCann's Libel Trial Day 2

Post by vaguely1 on 13.01.10 15:50

3:49
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Mr
Enes: Some parts of the book were put too strongly - it's not the way I
would have done it, but that's because I'm from another era...
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Re: McCann's Libel Trial Day 2

Post by vaguely1 on 13.01.10 15:50

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...the course of justice should not be diverted by books or films, it should be deaf and blind to them.
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Re: McCann's Libel Trial Day 2

Post by vaguely1 on 13.01.10 15:52

3:52
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Mr
Enes has left the witness stand, and has been replaced by Mario Sena
Lopes, former chief editor at the book's publisher, Guerra e Paz.
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Post by vaguely1 on 13.01.10 16:01

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Mr Lopes tells the court that Mr Amaral's book had been ready to publish in the last week of July 2008.
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Post by vaguely1 on 13.01.10 16:02

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The book was published very quickly to take most advantage of marketing opportunities, the court hears.
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Post by vaguely1 on 13.01.10 16:06

4:05
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The marketing plan for the book was much smaller than normal, because we are a small publisher, Mr Lopes tells the court.
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Post by vaguely1 on 13.01.10 16:38

(update that Gerry McCann has also left the courtroom to catch a flight - unsure if case is still running as no twitter update)
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Re: McCann's Libel Trial Day 2

Post by vaguely1 on 13.01.10 16:46

4:46
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Sorry about the pause - we had a brief intermission during which Gerry McCann left the court.
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Post by vaguely1 on 13.01.10 16:48

4:47
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Mr McCann held an impromptu press conference outside the front of the court where he was beseiged by journalists' questions.
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Post by vaguely1 on 13.01.10 16:52

4:50
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"From our point of view, what happened here in the past few days is to be expected."
Wednesday January 13, 2010 4:50 jondipaolo
4:50
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"I think it's important that things have been debated in a court of law," he told reporters.
Wednesday January 13, 2010 4:50 jondipaolo

4:50
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Despite the avalanche of testimony favouring Mr Amaral over the past two days, Mr McCann seemed to be quite upbeat.
Wednesday January 13, 2010 4:50 jondipaolo

4:50
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He
explained that he was leaving the court case as he had unavoidable work
commitments in the UK, but that Kate would stay on until the end.
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Post by vaguely1 on 13.01.10 17:02

4:58
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"I
think it's particularly disappointing that the police officers who
considered us responsible for Madeleine's disappearance...
4:59
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"...are the same officers that we are depending on to carry on the search for Madeleine."
4:59
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"The search for Madeleine is ongoing. We don't have any leads and we need to keep searching."
5:01
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Mr
McCann added that mistakes were made during the investigation that now
cannot be righted - but that was not the point of the court case.
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Post by vaguely1 on 13.01.10 17:04

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"We
made a mistake by leaving Madeleine alone in the apartment, and we have
to live with that. We can't change it," Mr McCann said.
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Post by vaguely1 on 13.01.10 17:04

5:04
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He
also rejected the testimony yesterday that Kate had had a dream about
Madeleine lying buried somewhere, saying "that never happened"..
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Post by vaguely1 on 13.01.10 17:07

5:07
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"That's why we carry on. We have other children who miss Madeleine dearly."
Wednesday January 13, 2010 5:07 jondipaolo
5:07
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"I hope that everyone remembers that there is a little girl missing that still has to be found," Mr McCann continued.
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