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McCanns in Expresso - Interview


Maddie case: In their first interview since they quit being suspects in the disappearance of their daughter, Kate and Gerry McCann spoke about the re-launch of the investigation, the fear that they felt in Portugal and the unshakable certainty that Madeleine was abducted

“Nothing in the process says that Madeleine has died”

Q – What are you presently doing to find Madeleine?
Gerry – We have had private investigators working with us for several months. Now that the case has been archived, it’s easier because we accessed the process. We carried out new interviews with those that had already testified. And we interviewed others who approached us and had never spoken before.
Kate – As we didn’t know what the PJ had done, we repeated everything that seemed important to us.

Q – Do the new witnesses offer clues about the disappearance?
Gerry – Some report sightings, but it’s not likely that they lead to our daughter. We are more interested in persons that offer credible information that can be verified through photographs or in another form; persons who know who may be involved.

Q – What impression did you get from the process? Were you shocked over its contents?
Gerry – We were investigated into the smallest detail. There are entire volumes about us. We can jump those. It must be disquieting information that will not help us to find Madeleine.

Q – Don’t you think that everything that was possible to do, was done? The investigation reached Poland, the Netherlands, Spain, Morocco…
Gerry – Morocco is a good example of what went wrong. A sighting was reported and it was said that there were cameras at the petrol station. When the inspectors went there, they concluded that there were none. The truth is that there were none in the pump area, but in the shop. And when the PJ returned, the tape had been recorded over.
Kate – It’s difficult to describe how it feels to have our daughter taken away… We want to see action everywhere. We wanted spotlights, we wanted helicopters, we wanted everyone on the street, searching.

Q – If Madeleine had disappeared in England, would things have been different?
Gerry – If it had happened in a British city, I have no doubts. But I don’t know if it would have been different if we had been in a small village in Scotland. Clearly, the English police are more experienced in abductions, they are more alert.

Q – If you have an important clue concerning Madeleine’s whereabouts, will you transmit it to the Portuguese police?
Gerry – If something needs to be done in Portugal, we’ll have to. We cannot go around breaking doors down or arresting people. But only when we feel that we cannot advance any further on our own.

Q – Do you trust the Portuguese authorities, after having been considered suspects?
Gerry – We wouldn’t mind if we had been investigated at the beginning, if they thought that could help. But months later, when the evidence had been lost? It’s that once the suspicion is installed, we can never prove our innocence again.

Q – Didn’t you find it strange that the dogs found traces of blood in your room and in your rental car…
Gerry – There was no blood found! The indicia are worthless if they are not corroborated by forensic information. And they were not.

Q – 40 apartments were investigated and the dogs only marked yours. Ten cars and they only reacted to yours.
Gerry – These dogs’ frailty was proved by a study that was carried out in the USA, in the case of a man that had been accused of murder. They had ten rooms, and in each room four boxes were placed, containing vegetables, bones, trash. Some contained human remains. They stayed there for ten hours. Eight hours after the boxes were removed, the dogs came in. And the dogs failed two thirds of the attempts. Imagine the reliability when these dogs test an apartment three months after the disappearance of a child.

Q – Were you surprised when you were made arguidos?
Kate – It was not surprising after weeks with the media saying that we were suspects. And there we have to ask why the information that reached the media was disfigured. Why do the newspapers say that blood was found in the apartment when the police report does not confirm it? Why was it said that the DNA that was found in the car was a 100% match with Madeleine’s?
Gerry – In a way, we would like to have been accused so we could defend ourselves openly. Now, reading the process, there is no evidence that justifies the suspicion, apart from the dogs’ action. There was never a sustained explanation. And the questioning: ‘What happened to Madeleine? How did you get rid of her? Who helped you? Where did you put her? All fantasy! If they had found DNA – so what? And if Madeleine had hurt herself inside the apartment – why would that be our fault?

Q – Do you investigate information that point towards Madeleine’s death?
Kate – We want to find her alive, but if she is dead we want to know.

Q – Do you still believe that she’s alive?
Kate – There are great possibilities that she is alive, isn’t it? There is nothing in the process to indicate that something bad has happened to her…

Q – But there are no indicia that she has been abducted, either.
Gerry – We firmly believe that she was abducted by a man, minutes after I went to see her in the bedroom. There are two independent witnesses that saw a child of around four years of age being carried that evening. Our friend Jane Tanner and also the Smith family.

Q – The PJ discredits Jane Tanner’s testimony. They say that when she saw said man with the child, you [Gerry] were chatting nearby and it was impossible that you hadn’t seen him as well…

Gerry – I didn’t see her because my back was turned to the location where she passed. I was talking to a friend. And there is also the couple with children that saw a man carrying a child with a pyjama that was similar to Madeleine’s, blond hair, the same age.

Q – Later on, that family stated that the man they saw was Gerry…
Gerry – At that time I was at the restaurant. The fact that we became suspects has probably influenced the Smiths’ testimony.

Q – Was it a coincidence that you were made arguidos on one day and returned home the next day?
Gerry – They questioned us on that day because the PJ knew about our return.

Q – Were you afraid of being arrested?
Kate – Obviously. At a certain point we didn’t know very well what could happen.
Gerry – From the information in the newspapers, of course we were afraid. It was scary.

Q – Being in England, you would not be extradited anymore.
Gerry – We asked the inspector that was in charge of the case of he had any objection: the answer was no. It’s obvious that we were afraid that people might think we were escaping, but it was better not to be in Portugal at that point in time.

Q – Why?
Kate – Because of the hostile environment. We couldn’t even leave the house.

Q – Why did Kate refuse to answer questions during your interrogation, that Gerry accepted to clarify the next day?
Kate – I was advised by my Portuguese lawyer not to reply.
Gerry – I received the same advice but decided to disobey. My plan was to remain silent, but the first question was: are you involved in your daughter’s disappearance? It was nonsense and I decided to answer. From there onwards, I replied to all of them.

Q – Why didn’t you authorize the police to see the messages that you sent and received on your mobile phone on the eve of Maddie’s disappearance.
Gerry – Nobody asked to see my messages. On the day before and on the day of the disappearance I did not receive or send 16 messages. I could hardly write a text message. I received three or four phone calls and two were from work. After the disappearance I received hundreds. And when the police asked me for the registry, I told them to ask the service provider. My phone only registers the last ten.

Q – The chief inspector in the case, Tavares de Almeida, writes a report where he says that your friends lied to save you, that Maddie died in the living room, and that you hid the body.
Gerry – What can we say? You will have to ask the police chiefs why they wrote that, why they saw us as suspects.

Q – The majority of crimes where the victims are children are committed by the parents.
Gerry – Not in the case of abducted children. And this is a case of an abducted child. It’s an exceptional case.

Q – When he archived the case, the prosecutor said that the investigation can be reopened if a new clue appears. Do you think that is possible?
Kate – Of course! It could happen at any moment. All that it takes is for one person to make the phone call that we wait for so much. We know that she was abducted in Portugal and we vehemently believe that someone knows or suspects something.

“Mr Amaral’s behaviour is a disgrace”

They have not read the book that is a best-seller in Portugal. And they don’t spare the author and former PJ inspector

Q – Former inspector Gonçalo Amaral remains convinced of your involvement in Madeleine’s disappearance. Did you read ‘The Truth of the Lie’, the book that he wrote?
Kate and Gerry – No.
Kate – Why would I?
Gerry – I won’t learn anything from reading it.

Q – It was a success in Portugal.
Gerry – Was it? How many copies did it sell?

Q – Approximately 200 thousand. Next week, it is edited in Spain.
Gerry – That is what can be called illicit enrichment.

Q – Your English lawyers already have a translated copy and they are analyzing it. Do you intend to sue Gonçalo Amaral?
Gerry – At this moment we are focused on what we can do to find Madeleine and not in suing anyone.
Kate – All that I am going to say about this – because I’m not going to waste any time on Mr Amaral – is that as a professional and as a person his behaviour has been a disgrace.

Q – Aren’t you curious to know what the book says?
Kate – What for? It must be nothing but a load of rubbish. It is so secondary… It certainly won’t help to find our daughter. My consolation is that on the cover he calls her Maddie, the name that the media have invented. We never called her anything like that.

Q – But you do know the theory that Gonçalo Amaral defends: Madeleine accidentally died in the Ocean Club apartment and you concealed the body.
Gerry – It really is a waste of time. And we need all the time that we can get to analyze the investigation’s documents, which contain a lot of information that we didn’t know about.
Kate – You just have to cross, loosely, his theory with the process in order to understand that the facts that he reports are not correct.

Q – There is a theory that defends that the coordinator was removed from the investigation due to British political pressure.
Gerry – Who dismissed him?

Q – The PJ’s national director.
Gerry – Then you have to ask him if he was pressured. Or if Gordon Brown discussed the case with him. He surely didn’t.

Q – He also resigned. And largely due to this process.
Gerry – That was not what I was told. Apparently he had a vision of the police itself that was different from the one held by the Justice Minister.

Q – In a final analysis, they both left the PJ because the investigation failed.
Gerry – That’s not our fault. I do not criticize the authorities over not trying to find Madeleine. It doesn’t matter anymore. Now all that matters is that we do everything to try to find her, through our own methods.

Q – Did you ever get to know Gonçalo Amaral?
Kate – The question is the other way around: did he get to know us?

There are photographs of her all over the house
Gerry has returned to his work as a cardiologist. Kate did not exercise medicine again. Twins Sean and Amelie fill up her days as a mother

Q – How has your life changed with the disappearance of Madeleine?
Gerry – Independently of what happens, it will never be the same again. If you talk to the parents of other abducted children, they also mention this parallel life which we entered. Sean and Amelie, being so young, force us to introduce a certain normalcy in our lives, to make it normal for them. And it’s them who, for moments, make it normal for us. But it will never be normal for us. They are aged three and a half, and they are very, very happy.

Q – Did you explain to the twins what happened to their sister?
Kate – They perceive Madeleine’s absence perfectly. I have no doubt whatsoever. But they don’t know the details. They know that she disappeared and that we’re looking for her.
Gerry – We were advised concerning what we should tell them, how and when. Larger explanations are kept for later. We realize that they miss their older sister. They know that her not being with us is not a good thing, and they hope that she returns.

Q – How do you keep Madeleine present in your lives?
Kate – There are photographs of her all over the house. And we speak about her with the twins every day – it’s an important part of their lives. Sean and Amelie talk about her and still include her in their playing… If they receive sweets, they say “Let’s keep one for Madeleine”. Or “When she comes home I’ll give her this or that”. It’s endearing and it makes our days less difficult.

Q – Did you fear that you might lose custody over Sean and Amelie because your behaviour was considered to be negligent?
Gerry – We were not negligent, we did what any reasonable parent would do. But we deeply lament what happened, because in our action, someone saw an opportunity to take Madeleine. I’m an optimist person. I never thought that something like this could happen.

Q – Did you change the manner in which you deal with Sean and Amelie?
Gerry – We are more protective and less trusting. We never left our children alone again and many families will never do so again because of us.
Kate – Now we think about everything that can happen, about predators, abductors. We don’t even let go of them in the shopping centre.

€1.200.000

The McCanns say that the fund has spent €1.2 million with the private investigation. But the reward of €3 million still stands

Q – How much have you spent on the private investigation so far?
Gerry – Approximately one million pounds, over the past ten months, paid with money from the FindMadeleine fund. A substantial sum was also spent on our defence, but two benefactors have covered that expense, which means that the fund was solely used in the search for our daughter.

Q – Do you maintain the offer of 2.5 million ponds to whoever finds Madeleine?
Gerry – We do not control that reward, but everything leads me to believe that it still stands. And that there will also be money available for whoever supplies credible information.
Kate – It’s a lot of money, but we cannot set limits, a child is priceless. We’ll pay whatever is necessary.

Q – Is there still money left in the fund?
Gerry – There is still some money left. Recently, British newspapers (‘Express newspapers’) paid us a compensation of 550 thousand pounds, which fed the fund. That had an important impact. And there are still donations, people who send money directly.

Q – But less than in the beginning, before you were made arguidos.
Gerry – Of course! Those who were in doubt stopped contributing. Many write to us asking for forgiveness because they believed in our guilt. We know that we have to make an effort for people to know that there is no evidence that Madeleine is dead and that we were not involved in the disappearance.

Other issues

Dogs – “We read everything that we found about these dogs that detect cadavers. It was due to them that we became suspects”

Clues – “The sightings continue. Since May we received one thousand phone calls and an equal number of emails, some containing relevant data”

Media exposure – “Appearing in the media was never good. We did it to publicize Madeleine’s face and to find her. We failed”

Background
Details of two hours of conversation
Kate and Gerry are different. More relaxed, or conformed. It is difficult to tell. “The twins force us to a certain normalcy”, the mother explains. It’s been 16 months and the mystery of the disappearance of Madeleine McCann remains unsolved.
The parents have already been victims of a tragedy and suspects of a terrible crime. The process was archived, but they are judged every day. Gerry agrees: “From the moment when the suspicion is installed, we can never prove our innocence”.
This is the first interview since the process was archived, on the 21st of July. It is scheduled in Rothley, a small village in the British Midlands where nobody suspects the McCanns’ guilt. Even less the owner of the Court House Hotel, which is installed in a medieval building and where the interview is held, in the late afternoon last Monday. There is tea with milk and biscuits. There is no guide and there are no forbidden questions.
In almost two hours of interview, Kate and Gerry, both 40, clearly state the intention that supports their availability for the conversation. “We believe that in Portugal someone knows about Madeleine, that it is where the solution for our daughter’s disappearance lies”. And they want that person, whether singular or collective, to know that they search for him, that they ensure his anonymity and that they even give him 2.5 million pounds if he tells them where Madeleine is.
Every day, in their very British house of little bricks, they study a little more of the process of the Polícia Judiciária’s investigation, which they personally consult as it is being translated. They understand “nothing” of Portuguese. From a first reading they reinforced their hope of finding Maddie alive. Nothing tells them that she is dead. The volumes about themselves, from the time when they were made arguidos, have been put aside. “We do not intend to read them”.
They remind them of the days when they were afraid of being arrested in Portugal, accused of Madeleine’s death.


an article by: Raquel Moleiro and Rui Gustavo

source: Expresso, paper edition, 06.09.2008







31 comments:

  1. Obrigada pela excelente tradução Astro.

    Para os Leitores Portugueses deixem o vosso comentário no Expresso, digam o que acham do titulo "Gonçalo Amaral é uma Vergonha" - será que este titulo reflecte a entrevista ou é será que uma forma nada subtil de atacar o Ex Coordenador da PJ.

    O meu comentário, baseado também num artigo previamente publicado na Gazeta do Paulo Reis, nomeadamente no petit nom do Henrique Monteiro.

    Comentário no Expresso

    Verdade versus Política

    O que eu não entendo é o porquê do Expresso compactuar com os McCann e ainda por cima, aproveita, de uma forma nada subtil, para difamar o Dr. Gonçalo Amaral; veja-se o título da Primeira Página de hoje:"Gonçalo Amaral é uma Vergonha". Mas o que se pode esperar quando o próprio director do Expresso, Henrique Monteiro mais conhecido como o "Petit Larousse”, entre os colegas de profissão revela na secção editorial que “caso se provasse que o casal era culpado”, ele “perderia completamente a confiança na condição humana.” Nesse mesmo artigo, o editor ainda teve o descaramento de se congratular por o Expresso não entrar no esquema dos outros jornais 'inferiores' que publicavam artigos sobre o Caso McCann para aumentar as tiragens, i.e. fazer dinheiro, mas e agora que jogada do Expresso foi esta? Esta entrevista com os McCann em exclusividade, e com press releases previamente a anunciar esta entrevista dirigidos aos média internacionais é o que Henrique Monteiro condenava nos outros média Portugueses, é uma forma de vender. Mas não julguem que o Expresso é único nestas andanças, também o Público por motivos anti-PJ e de cariz político resolveram desancar esta investigação e só publicaram, como o Expresso, artigos que denegrissem a PJ. Até as famosas palavras do antigo director da PJ, Alípio Ribeiro, foram ditas em entrevista a uma jornalista do Público, a mesma que escreveu os artigos mais fraudulentos sobre os factos que ocorriam na investigação.

    Para mim, que era leitora e compradora assídua do semanário Expresso e do Público foi uma desilusão entender que a imparcialidade e a ética jornalística destes dois jornais foram comprometidas por pressões políticas. Por isso agora não os compro, prefiro ler a verdade dos factos nos jornais que se mantêm isentos, que não se vergam aos accionistas e aos esquemas políticos e que estão atentos à necessidade e interesse dos leitores.

    Justiça para Madeleine!

    ---------------

    Vá lá, não custa nada opinar e demonstrar aos tótós do Expesso que ainda temos um palminho de testa! :D

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  2. Thank you both for your hard work translating these articles for us - I have put them on the Facebook Group - The real truth in the Files of Madeleine McCanns. I trust that this is okay.

    Yours

    x nanadebbie from 3A'S

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  3. "Q – Didn’t you find it strange that the dogs found traces of blood in your room and in your rental car…"

    They weren't asked about the cadaver scent, just about the blood! I guess the Expresso journalists didn't want to upset the poor parents- how thoughtful of them...

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  4. Which proves an important point made by PJ months ago - the McCanns talk to everyone except the police. In normal circumstances, prime suspects are not given options or choice.

    The McCanns also refused to attend a reconstruction requested by PJ - presumably 'blocked' by Home Office.

    As always the McCanns are happy and willing to give interviews to non-police affiliated bodies.

    The McCanns denial of overwhelming evidence of death and disposal in Mr Amaral's testimony confirms one of two things. They are either suffering a 'delusionary illness' and need immediate medical assessment, or, their ongoing lies are fully condoned and supported by Government ministers.

    Respect to Mr Amaral, PJ, Mr. Rebeiro and Public Minister and the Prosecutor for their commitment to duty on the victim's behalf. Irrespective of political bullying, threat and menace they upheld and spoke the appalling truth in Madeleine's case.


    . Conversely, they are happy to

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  5. The McCanns should do themselves and the world a favour; shut up and bow out for the sake of the twins, if not themselves.

    They've been politically protected from day one; the police, alongside Madeleine, are the victims of corrupt malpractice and intervention.

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  6. Expresso!

    que pena os senhores nos decepcionaram.

    nunca mais gastaremos 1 centimo com seu papel.
    Uma ruptura com a verdade e a honra portuguesa.
    Quantos mil euros os senhores receberam do team Mccann?

    dinheiro compra quase tudo mas nunca a vergonha!

    Sabem o que fazemos com este tipo de jornal?
    Nao o lemos.
    Embrulhamos peixes a serem vendidos na feira.
    e limpamos o rabo dos cachorros.

    Expresso.....nunca mais!

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  7. The McCanns chose to obstruct the police rather than co-operate.

    They chose not to stay and prove their innocence and they refused to attend a reconstruction.

    The official Report (shown on TV) of the horrors occurring in the Jersey Care Home were swept under the carpet by adults protecting their own reputations. In many instances sufferance inflicted was worse than children in Concentration Camps during the War.

    In identical fashion, the overwhelming evidence of death and disposal involving two medically trained parents resulted in Government intervention to pervert the course of justice; to protect 'adults' reputations.

    Animals are better protected that vulnerable innocent children. In the eyes of many adults, children, their abuse and sufferance counts for absolutely nothing. Money matters more.

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  8. The McCanns failed, yes indeed.

    They failed to convince the police on arrival; they failed to prevent Mark Harrison's cold case review, they failed to stop critically important information being released by the British police on 7th September and aired on TV.

    Kate failed to wear a surgical glove when opening the window; hers being the only prints found.

    They tried and failed to eliminate all forensic evidence. They failed to put sheets on the twins cots before phoning the police - last on their carefully planned
    list.

    They failed to react normally and continue to do so. They failed to give consistent accounts and failed to provide Madeleine's medical records. They failed to give cuddle cat to PJ for forensic testing.

    There is nothing to support their 'stories; there is overwhelming evidence supporting the comments and conclusions of Portuguese law enforcers:

    "abandonment, endangerment, homicide and disposal".

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  9. Where is the alleged lengthy interview with Portuguese reporters supposed to have taken place ?

    Unsurprisingly, the investicative 'reporters' failed to ask many relevant, probing questions.

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  10. Gerry Mccann can keep this money - he knows where Madeleine is. Maybe buried in his garden in Rothley or in Spain.
    The money belongs to him.
    *Have a look:

    Q – Do you maintain the offer of 2.5 million pounds to whoever finds Madeleine?

    Gerry – We do not control that reward, but everything leads me to believe that it still stands. And that there will also be money available for whoever supplies credible information.

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  11. Carissima Joana,

    que ebuliçâo de noticias neste fim de semana.
    Aqui vai nosso MUITO OBRIGADA por tudo o que voce tem feito em nome da Justiça.
    Até quando ? me pergunto este caso vai agitar nossas mentes e entristecer nossas almas e fazer eclodir a ira dos deuses diante de tamanha punhalada no código penal de qualquer país civilizado.
    Um grande abraço,

    Maria Leal
    Rio de Janeiro

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  12. Pois,muito interessante ver paizinhos sempre sorridentes.Quem diz que perderam para sempre uma filha.

    Olhem para a cara da Nossa Filomena!

    Acho que enviei o email para o tipo do site.Mas nem pensar inscrever para ter acesso.

    Pobre Pequenina.O que te fizeram,fazem a Ti e aos que TE AJUDAM DE VERDADE.

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  13. Excuse me,anon.17:45,Your words...thank you by tell to us.
    "The official Report (shown on TV) of the horrors occurring in the Jersey Care Home were swept under the carpet by adults protecting their own reputations. In many instances sufferance inflicted was worse than children in Concentration Camps during the War.

    And Maria,from Brazil.O mesmo.Obrigada pelo desprezo que demonstra e que eu partilho.
    *******************************
    Os mcs so happy,so smiling;
    and they have lost a child forever!
    Incredible.mcs deserve to spend hollidays at jersey´s home forever.
    God,how will be the twins when they grow?
    *******************
    so much better.... like said the pt.jour. from expres.
    ********
    Pudera!Estão livres.Agora é atacar para se defenderem da má reputação,grandes desgraçados.Do pior.

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  14. Bem,Joana:quando, as Suas Leitoras e Mães, lerem o descaramento deles ao dizerem que estão mais vigilantes e mais próximos e atentos=menos crédulos nos outros,quanto aos twins...e que são um exemplo para os outros casais..........
    grande discurso de doentes mentais.

    (que me desculpem todos os que sofrem de perturbações do foro psicológico e não são como estes psicopatas).
    São doentes e querem pôr os outros mal tb. para não se sentirem sós.
    F.P.
    *****

    S.

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  15. Joana,estou possessa;que nem posso!


    Se tiver disponibilidade seria excelente procurar os depoimentos das Suas Mães Leitoras e escarrapacha-los nas fuças deste psicopatas.

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  16. http://www.emol.com/noticias/nacional/detalle/detallenoticias.asp?idnoticia=320531

    (segui o rasto a partir do SOS)

    Vidente en España asegura que Madeleine fue lanzada al mar por sus padres
    Emilce Oliva contradice a la psíquica de Chimbarongo y afirma que los McCann sedaron a la niña. Relata que "la madre trata de hacerla reaccionar, la sacude, la golpea, ahí es donde le salta sangre".

    Viernes 5 de Septiembre de 2008
    17:50
    El Mercurio Online

    Describe que "lo que pasó esa noche fue un accidente, la nena fue sedada de más". "Por lo que yo veo que la madre trata de hacer reaccionar a la nena, la mueve, la sacude, la golpea, ahí es donde le salta sangre de la nariz y salpica las paredes, la madre la pone en el sillón, que es donde encontraron sangre", señala.

    Explica que cuando la acuestan en el sillón, la menor "ya está medio muerta". "Ahí la cargan en el coche y la nena muere por el camino porque la iban a llevar a urgencia, los padres sabían de que la podían salvar. Y como se muere, vuelven con el cuerpo de la nena y simulan el rapto", sostiene la vidente.

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  17. Outono, se a vidente tivesse falado antes de todos os factos que ela relata ter visto na sua visão mediúnica terem aparecido nos média e nos blogs eu até ponderaria em tentar acreditar um bocadinho na capacidade de visão dela, sendo assim essa 'psíquica' é mais uma grande aldrabona a tentar ludibriar quem não estiver atento.

    Cuidado com as aparências;)

    um beijo

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  18. Did the McCanns fly to Portugal for their 'filmed' interview with a Portuguese tabloid reporter - or - did Expresso fly the reporter to England with a film crew to obtain footage for U-tube ? Colleagues in Portugal confirm the lengthy interview was not televised and the 'interview' is, unavailable on U-tube. The McCanns are photographed but without microphones.

    The shots were taken at sundown and night in a fairly salubrious setting long after the twins bedtime; hopefully not abandoned in the process. Parents with children would insist on an interview during the day.

    Last, but not least the cups and biscuits placed on the table are not 'nibbles' served after dark in Britain or Portugal.

    A telephone conference, with, presumably, translators would have sufficed for (according to the Portugese) an unprestigous Portuguese tabloid. On a par with the DX and The Sun.

    Competent fraudsters/fakers have a good eye for detail; those trying to fool others in McCanns' case are lacking, especially where photos are concerned.

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  19. marie from brazil,

    There has always been money aplenty for false sightings and intimidating police witnesses. McCann merceneries are hand picked. Gerry didn't call it the "fighting fund" for nothing. Used to "fight" the police and silence witnesses.

    McCann protectionists have ensured there will never be a post mortem.

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  20. This is no more than the usual McCann make-believe.

    When are Kate and Gerry going to be put behind bars and some other people / entities going to be charged for perverting the course of justice?

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  21. shu/outono,

    The chief investigating officer in the Jersey Case spoke out after retirement (to live with his daughter whose husband was killed in Iraq).

    Threats were made to burn down his home after arrests were made. Over 100 adults abused in the Home as children came forward.

    British MP's are calling for an independent enquiry. Found the details on BBC online - since deleted !

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  22. This interview is precisely the kind of diversionary tactic that first led me to question the innoccence of the Mccs.

    IMO, It's not what they actually say that is the most damning aspect of these interviews (dubious and guarded though most of it is), it is the glaring and obvious silences - no mention,eg, of cadaver scent, broken shutters, Kate's fingerprints, contradictory stories etc. etc. etc.

    As for their attempted character assassination of Amaral, anyone would think they were talking about some down-at-heel investigative hack with a grudge to bear.

    This man is the police officer who led the investigation. A pivotal figure in the Madeleine case. He knows exactly what happened on the night of May 3rd.

    And, thanks to the profesionalism of people like Amaral, so do the rest of us.

    Also, even though the interview is so obviously stage-managed, oldy worldly setting, soft lighting, tea and snacks - take a close look at gerry, behind the smug grins, he just can't hide his inner discomfort.

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  23. 06/09/08 19:58Anon: I thank You by more sad,very sad news. I am with the victims(adults who lived at horror´s house when they was children;with the dead british soldiers killed Iraque).So sorry!

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    Joana: claro que depois de ter acalmado,consegui raciocinar um pouco.Mas,mesmo assim:
    o T3- M3 não desmentiu;
    provavelmente o T3-M3(que desde o início fez um "papelão") deve ter achado que seria de deixar sair uma verdade colorida."eles até iam a caminho do hospital"....etc.

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    Minha Linda,obrigada,sempre,por tudo.

    S.

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  24. Sim,Joana.Certo.

    "sendo assim essa 'psíquica' é mais uma grande aldrabona a tentar ludibriar quem não estiver atento."

    Mas quem me diz que isto não é 1 mais uma imensa manobra para colorir a (péssima imagem) culpa e farsa dos mcs.

    Uma justificação colorida para uma morte que, de colorida, nada teve.
    Se sai agora,sai via T3-M3(os quais:"eu cá não me compromento").

    Para que as pessoas se apiedem desses canalhas.Será isso o que pretendem com o que está no mercúrio on-line. MANIPULAR AS MENTES dos que têm dúvidas acerca dos mau carácter?

    ****************
    Sim,impressionei-me pois ler um relato foi para mim superior à minha capacidade,seja ela qual for.Mas não estou cega.
    Foi o tentar imaginar o horror que Aquela Menina passou.Os medos de estar só; de ver e ouvir p. lá fora;o estar sedada; o acontecer.
    Provavelmente viveu a Sua morte em total solidão.Tão Pequenina para passar por tanto!

    R.I.P. Minha Querida Menina!

    xxxxxxxMaddie**************SKY****

    S.

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  25. If Kate hates publicity, why allow photographs ?

    Good press interviews are conducted without the 'need' for a photographer.

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  26. Mais uma vez os McCann foram tratados bem demais... Podemos criticar o Expresso por não ter feito perguntas mais contundentes. No entanto, o problema de base consiste no facto de que Kate e Gerry deviam responder a perguntas não numa entrevista mediática mas no banco dos réus.

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  27. A frivolidade, a amoralidade com que este e outros casos relativos a maus tratos, abandono de crianças têm sido tratado asusta-me imenso porque revelam que a sociedade continua a sacrificar as suas crianças e que os direitos e interesses dos pais é que prevalecem. É um real atentado em democracia. Ficamos também estarrecidos com incapacidade da polícia, do ministério da justiça e outros que pudessem contribuir para que este pântano, este lodo, esta lama apodrecesse dentro de um limite razoável. Não sei se Anthony Bennett conseguirá algo junto da justiça britânica porque cá nada acontecerá com certeza. Em relação aos McCann a sua sentença é máxima: não haverá manhã que ao acordar não se lembrem do que aconteceu realmente à sua filha. E aqui o que pareceu uni-los, vai separá-los para sempre.
    Alexandra, Lisboa

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  28. i am a clairvoyant medium and i know excatly where madaline is and i intend to prove it the parents are right she is not dead but they wil soon be locked up believe

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  29. The question is , "Did he ever meet us?" Kate Mccann, you are suffering from delusions of grandeur. You are just a stupid woman who lost her duaghter on holiday. You are not a star. You also said in your diary that Rome was preparing for your arrival. Well, I live in Rome and I can tell you that Rome couldn't have given a toss...

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  30. The McCanns are obviouly guilty, they have covered up the childs death and took money that they used to pay their mortgage and continue to live well. They have never shown any sign or remorse for their actions, the fact that the left 3 children in that flat alone on more than one occassions is child neglect. Why are have they not been charged with this neglect, if these lowlifes had been unemployed or addicts, the remaining children would have been taken from them. It is a travesty of justice that they are allowed to be free. What sort of people are they to constantly deny the truth and continue to live very well on the money that their daughters death has made them.

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  31. Is it possible for the Portuguese Government to take the British Government to the European Courts and for them to be charged with aiding and abetting a common criminal (the McScams) for the murder of their child ? That way the two cretins will be taken in custody and charged with deception, neglect, abandonment and manslaughter together with their band of lawyers , professional liars , private dicks , and the whole lot of them given long sentences with hard labour , personally id send them on transportation with dry bread and water or better still put the lot in the stocks and get the people who contributed to their shameful fund to pelt them with rotten eggs . Their days of traveling the world like stars on other peoples cost is over its time for jail for these two , that's where they belong . Well done Mr Amaral and Joana it gives decent people hope to know that honest people do exist and the truth will prevail .

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