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Transcript & translation:
Gonçalo Amaral – They won’t shut us up, that much is certain.
Sandra Felgueiras (voice over) – For now, the former inspector can still say it without paying a fine, because even if he appeals, this sentence has no suspending effect, which means it has to be obeyed. But by the early afternoon today, Gonçalo Amaral had yet to be notified of the gagging order – verbal, through the book and the DVD – that the court imposed on him. The McCanns have always considered that his conviction, that was never proved, and which attributes to them the concealment of their own daughter, is an injury that had catastrophic effects in the outcome of the case.
Gerry McCann – There’s a lot of people in Portugal who believe that there is evidence, and, further afield, that Madeleine is dead, and if people believe that, they won’t search for her. And they may have information, and they may not come forward with that information.
SF (voice over) – The controversial book has been on the market for a year, but Gerry McCann explains that only now he is advancing with an injunction to prevent new editions, because he had to wait for the translation of the entire process, in order to gain certainties.
GMC – I'm very clear. There is no evidence that Madeleine is dead.
SF (voice over) – Due to a lack of evidence, the case was archived, and even without clues about Madeleine’s whereabouts, at this moment, Gerry only hopes for another outcome from the Portuguese justice: that it forces Gonçalo Amaral to shut up, if only forced by a fine.
source: RTP, Telejornal, 10.09.2009