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Libel Trial 25 Feb

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Post by ultimaThule on 25.02.14 19:34

@Casey5 wrote:
parapono wrote:
@Casey5 wrote:Maybe Goncalo Amaral wishes he had never questioned the WOC issue big grin.
I think any delay will suit the McCanns more than any of the defendants.
Let's hope that our courts, or whoever, is not placing the request on the bottom of a pile marked "non urgent".
@Casey5 
IIrc The McCanns lawyer I Duarte asked for an adjournment on handing in papers concerning Alan Pike.
Amaral whilst raising the WOC issue, did not request any postponement.

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parapono
Yes, thanks parapona. I am aware that Mr Amaral didn't request the adjournment but he did bring up the issue leading to it i.e the WOC so I was just wondering if he regretted mentioning it. big grin
As I understand it, Isobel Duarte submitted a document in relation to Alan Pike and requested a postponement after which counsel for Dr Amaral asked the Court to evaulate the legitimacy of Madeleine being named as a plaintiff.

If the above is an accurate account of the proceedings, it is wrong to suggest that the plaintiff's request is in any way connected with that of the defence.

That apart, I remain curious as to why you think the defence would regret anything they have raised during the course of the trial and why you are of the opinion that any delay will suit the McCanns more than the defendants?
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Post by Guest on 25.02.14 19:36

@Casey5 wrote:
parapono wrote:
@Casey5 wrote:Maybe Goncalo Amaral wishes he had never questioned the WOC issue big grin.
I think any delay will suit the McCanns more than any of the defendants.
Let's hope that our courts, or whoever, is not placing the request on the bottom of a pile marked "non urgent".
@Casey5 
IIrc The McCanns lawyer I Duarte asked for an adjournment on handing in papers concerning Alan Pike.
Amaral whilst raising the WOC issue, did not request any postponement.

kindest regards
parapono
Yes, thanks parapona. I am aware that Mr Amaral didn't request the adjournment but he did bring up the issue leading to it i.e the WOC so I was just wondering if he regretted mentioning it. big grin
No Casey5, not true. Read my post again please. 
The McCanns asked for an adjournment, not Amaral.
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