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Gerry called the PJ to try to prove innocence - Diário de Notícias

Maddie case. In the process, which was made available to the journalists yesterday, it is written that Madeleine’s parents had a strange behaviour before they were made arguidos. Gerry called the police to reaffirm that they were not suspects and Kate questioned whether or not the police was being pressured to end the investigation

Days before the McCann couple was called for interrogation for the second time and made arguidos, Gerry McCann called the PJ inspector, Ricardo Paiva, who was responsible for the couple’s communication with the police, by phone, underlining their innocence. “I am certain that the police has no evidence against us”, Gerry said to inspector Ricardo Paiva, one can read in the Maddie case process, which was released yesterday.

The father of the British child, that disappeared in May 2007, guaranteed that the PJ had no evidence to incriminate the couple over their daughter’s death. But only a few days later, on the 7th of September, the couple was made arguidos.

On the day after this phone call from Madeleine’s father, inspector Ricardo Paiva went to the temporary home of Kate and Gerry McCann, in Praia da Luz, to notify them of the second judicial interrogation that would result in both being made arguidos.

On that day, the 3rd of September 2007, after knowing that she would have to testify to the PJ in Portimão for the second time, Kate reacted in a hostile and aggressive manner. Sentences like “what will my parents think?”, “what will the press say when they find out” and “but the Portuguese police is being pressured by the Government to end the investigation!” demonstrate just that.

These and other reactions from the British couple are included in a revealing letter that the same inspector, Ricardo Paiva, sent to Gonçalo Amaral, who was then still the coordinator of the Maddie case, on the 3rd of September, two days before the interrogation.

That letter, which goes unnoticed among the 17 volumes of the process, is included in a process that reunited almost five thousand pages, nine appendixes and rogatory letters and which was made public and available to the press yesterday. In late July, the Attorney General, Pinto Monteiro, archived the process.

A letter that reveals the reasons that had never been made public before, about why Madeleine’s parents were made arguidos, according to the PJ. This time, Ricardo Paiva explains that the McCanns’ behaviour started to reveal itself as “strange”, with a clear tendency of “convincing” the PJ to follow, in the investigation, the abduction theory.

“I have watched several strange behaviours from the couple, who gradually reacted in a very negative manner to the investigative activity of the PJ, especially when, due to the use of the English cynotechnical means of detection of cadaver odour, the hypothesis of the death of Maddie McCann appeared.”

According to the inspector, the McCann couple said several times that the PJ should be focused only on the abduction theory.

And more: “That the police should not forget to continue investigating the suspect Robert Murat.” The Anglo-British man who, according to the PJ’s report that was sent to the Public Ministry, was made an arguido over mere suspicions from a British journalist that were shared to the PJ in Portimão. During that house visit that Ricardo Paiva paid to Kate and Gerry, the latter insisted with the inspector to show him some letters and emails from mediums, that he possessed and which had been selected by him, mostly containing information “without great credibility”, according to the inspector, concerning the possible whereabouts of Madeleine’s abductor.


source: Diário de Notícias, 05.08.2008

4 comments:

  1. Quote from Gerry..“I am certain that the police has no evidence against us”, Sounds a bot defiant and smacks of someone who knows he cleaned up well and left no trace, reminds me of the crass remark when he said " Find the body and prove we killed her"
    This from Kate “what will my parents think?”, “what will the press say when they find out” and “but the Portuguese police is being pressured by the Government to end the investigation!” demonstrate just that.The last about the pressure shows her to be a manipulative Machiavellian bitch, nothing surprises me in this anymore.
    I hope the Mc's are next on Murats list of people to sue, lsiten to this...That the police should not forget to continue investigating the suspect Robert Murat.”
    he fuckers are beyond low, I have no words to convey the disgust and loathing I have for them and the pity I have for their lovely daughter.

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  2. Here we have Kate indicating she knew that the Portuguese police was being pressured by the government to end the investigation, and this is apparently what she wanted. Why isn't anyone in the political arena in Portugal or England not commenting on these allegations of political interference?

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  3. “I am certain that the police has no evidence against us”, Gerry said to inspector Ricardo Paiva, one can read in the Maddie case ..." and find the body!!!!!!

    How he was so sure about all!And very unpolite.

    Also k. reaction;her words,all the words and behaviour.

    Inimaginável.

    John le Carré take the story and write a book about this case and all about.It is for you,J.C.But probably you do not write.I think you are from uk (litlle,yes;because some are very litlle).

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  4. 1 one of a doubts lot :

    picture photo at CManhã:A fotografia levanta ainda agora questões aos investigadores e técnicos de polícia científica, às quais os pais da criança não souberam responder.....

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