Wednesday, November 16, 2011

#McCanns : Still Looking To Make A Fast Buck Out Of Dr.Gonçalo Amaral !

Presented on Friday in Lisbon, the book has a preface of the psychologist Paulo Sargento and brings together an important collection of documents on the investigation into the disappearance, kidnapping and child abuse in Portugal and abroad.

Marked by the case which led him to abandon PJ, Amaral included in his book numerous references to the Maddie case and a guide for parents, educators and guardians of children missing or abducted.

Another feature in the book the former coordinator prepares a guide for practitioners on the criminal investigation of the critical phase of the abduction of children "- the manual methodology that did not exist in May 2007 when Madeleine McCann disappeared in Praia da Luz

Gonçalo Amaral points out the limitations of the law and the failures of the national model of intervention - Picture of Paul Henriques.

The disappearance of Maddie, the triple homicide of Santa Comba Dao, the crimes of King Ghoba and death of Joan in Figueira (Portimão) are just some of the cases that formed the basis of the work now published by Goncalo Amaral.

"One More provocation"

In the UK, a source close to Maddie's parents Kate and Gerry McCann, confirmed that the couple and their lawyers "follow closely" the interventions of Gonçalo Amaral.

"I am sure that Kate and Gerry do not know the contents of the book. But it is certain that the lawyers are going to pay attention to everything involving the couple and their daughter's disappearance, "said one source who, faced with the book cover, stressed that the choice was" more a provocation. "

Kate and Gerry McCann, who continue to ensure the promotion of "Madeleine," must return to Portugal in February next year to return to tackle Goncalo Amaral in the process moving against the former PJ coordinator.

"Lives without defense" was presented by Sergeant Paul and Gonçalo Amaral - Picture of Paul Henriques

" Lives without defense "is the title of the new book by Gonçalo Amaral, former coordinator of the Judicial Police (PJ) who led the investigation into the 'disappearance' of Madeleine McCann.