Sunday, December 11, 2011

McCann Venom In Response To Dr.Gonçalo Amarals Interview

The expected response did not disappoint and oh so predictable. I can read them like a book (no pun intended)  an interview from Dr.Amaral and screams from the Rothley cabin could be heard in Lisbon. Of course the trial date has been known for months ,YET once again the McCanns use and abuse the media to spout their propaganda , what a truly unpleasant couple they are !

1.The libel case McCanns vs Gonçalo Amaral

2.The McCanns vs GA for allegedly violating the secrecy of justice when he published his book

3.Gonçalo Amaral vs McCanns and Isabel Duarte for not returning the books after the ban was overturned

4.The McCanns vs TVI, Hernâni Carvalho, Paulo Sargento and Manuel Luís Goucha for something they said on television.

5. Criminal Profiler Pat Brown Taking Legal Action Against McCanns

6. McCanns trying to imprison Tony Bennett

7. I am sure they will think of something ...

Censored By The British Press : Madeleine McCann Book Ban Overturned

Madeleine McCann

Book written by detective who investigated disappearance claims parents hid their daughter’s body

BY Sophie Taylor LAST UPDATED AT 11:35 ON Wed 20 Oct 2010
A Portuguese court has overturned a ban on a book in which it is claimed that Madeleine McCann's body was hidden by her parents after she died on holiday.

Three-year-old Madeleine disappeared from her holiday apartment in the resort of Praia da Luz while her parents were dining with friends in May 2007. It was assumed the child was abducted and her parents, Gerry and Kate McCann, believe she is still alive.

The book in question, Maddie: a Verdade da Mentira (Maddie: the Truth of the Lie), was written by Goncalo Amaral, the police inspector who led the investigation into Madeleine's disappearance from May until October 2007.

The book was published in July 2008, but the McCanns, who deny Amaral's assertions, took legal action and a year later a court banned sales of the book and forbade Amaral from repeating his claims about the McCanns. In February this year, the ban was upheld.

Now a judge has ruled that the ban on the book was a breach of "a constitutional and universal right: that of opinion and freedom of expression".

According to the court, "The contents of the book do not breach the basic rights of the plaintiffs."

In his book, Amaral claims that Madeleine died in a tragic accident and her parents then hid the body.

He also questioned why Gerry and Kate McCann had to employ a spokesman and said they were too close to British police.

After his court victory, Amaral told reporters: "The book is an exercise in freedom of speech.

Portuguese democracy has won, as banning the book was unconstitutional."

A defamation case brought by the McCanns against Amaral continues. ·