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Chapter 5 - The inversion of things

On the 13th of July, Madeleine's father attended a ceremony where prizes were delivered to the most brave police officers of his country. During that ceremony, Gerry sent two types of sentence into two directions which, while diverging, were targeted at the same profession. He praised the "precious effort" of the English policemen who were participating in the investigation into the disappearance of his daughter, and thanked the "commitment and cooperation" of the Portuguese policemen.

Presuming that the investigation was a responsibility of the Portuguese police and the Public Ministery, which directed the process, and that the English policemen were in Portugal because they had been authorized by their Portuguese colleagues, then it is only fair to suggest that the "precious effort" should have been applied to the Portuguese. And "commitment" and "cooperation" are words that should have been used to refer to their British counterparts.

Gerry McCann's words illustrate what so many Portuguese, especially those who live and work in the South of the country, feel: that the Algarve has become a Little England, where the offices of GNR might as well replace the picture of the President that hangs on the wall of the Chief's office, with one of Queen Elizabeth II.

But the fact is that it is those "cooperating" and "committed" investigators from the PJ that are trying to solve this case. They do not obey the British Crown. It was not only the words, but rather other actions from the McCanns, who since the beginning were surrounded by media advisors, spokespeople, an ambassador and a prime minister who were available 24 hours per day and a favourable press, that offended the Portuguese.

The notion susbsisted that the McCanns felt like the Portuguse who go to the Dominican Republic for their holidays: everything is fine, unless there is a problem.
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