Amaral's new book

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Re: Amaral's new book

Post by honestbroker1 » Sun Oct 10, 2021 11:16 am

jjbd wrote:
Thu Oct 07, 2021 7:44 pm
Maybe Levy will be back soon with dodgy videos!
Dodgy videos?

That'll be the day.

Dodgy texts of videos, maybe.

Any sign of him uploading videos of the rogatory interviews?

Nope. Thought not.

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Re: Amaral's new book

Post by sal » Sun Oct 10, 2021 11:48 am

Amaral is now quoting some of the lunacy quoted on haverns ref. the last photo and shadows etc.......what a plonker :s_crazy
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Re: Amaral's new book

Post by jjbd » Sun Oct 10, 2021 12:14 pm

Thanks Sal - I noticed that morais hasn't translated it yet for the cesspit.

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Re: Amaral's new book

Post by sal » Sun Oct 10, 2021 12:16 pm

Havern is now asking about the blue bag :s_crazy

perhaps coldwater never left the building :s_biggrin
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Re: Amaral's new book

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Re: Gonçalo Amaral - new book coming soon.

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Maddie had suspicious mark on one wrist
Gonçalo Amaral says that the spot looked like someone had pulled it with excessive force. Kate McCann downplayed the suspicion and guaranteed that it was a sunburn.

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The photo that led Portuguese investigators to interrogate Kate McCann about the bruise on the girl's right wrist was taken days, or hours, before the disappearance. Former inspector Gonçalo Amaral claims that the mark is not compatible with the explanation given by Maddie's parents.

Maddie appears in a photo with a suspicious mark. The PJ investigation maintains that the photograph was taken days, or hours, before the disappearance of the English girl on May 3, 2007, in Praia da Luz, Algarve. Former PJ inspector Gonçalo Amaral, who headed the team in charge of investigating the disappearance, points out that the photo reveals “that the girl has a mark on her right wrist”.

The photograph, which is part of the interim report carried out by the PJ in September 2007, shows, for Gonçalo Amaral, a mark “as if someone had grabbed it and pulled it with excessive force”. At the time, Kate McCann, Maddie's mother, downplayed the mark to the authorities, affirming that it was a sunburn. For investigators, the sunburn excuse does not hold water. The girl then wore short sleeves, meaning that, if it was a sunburn, it would not be so localized and “well drawn”, says Gonçalo Amaral.

The photo also raised doubts, given the possibility of being a photomontage. The former inspector explains that “the body in the photo is that of a child older than Maddie”, then three years old. Gonçalo Amaral argues that Portugal should continue to investigate the case and that this photo should be properly examined, so the mother can be questioned later.

Another photo that raises doubts about its authenticity is one where Gerry McCann is shown sitting at the edge of the pool with his two daughters. “We can see some shadows in there. The direction of shadows and sun is not correct. At the time, we doubted the photo, we thought it was a way to create the image of a good father”, said the former inspector of the PJ. For Gonçalo Amaral, there are doubts about the evidence that the German judicial authorities gathered to accuse, by the end of the year, Christian Brueckner of the abduction and death of Maddie.

Camera and blanket disappeared
There are two objects from the McCanns that were photographed by the scientific police on the night of the disappearance and then went missing: the camera that was on the table and the pink blanket on Maddie's bed. Gonçalo Amaral reveals that the mother said she gave the blanket to the GNR, which didn't happen.

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Re: Amaral's new book

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Gonçalo Amaral reveals that the mother said she gave the blanket to the GNR, which didn't happen.
Carlos Manuel Carvalho Lacao

Occupation: GNR Officer


He has been a GNR officer since 1988. He holds the post of soldier and currently works in the Portimao Territorial Group, working within the forensics service.

On 4th May he was called at about 01.15 when he was asleep at home, requesting him to appear at the Lagos GNR post as a small girl had disappeared. After arriving at the GNR post with his colleagues Morais and two dogs (Numi and Kit), German Shepherd dogs, which made up the search team, they immediately left for P da L. They arrived at about 02.30.

When they arrived at the scene, they entered the McCann’s apartment by the front door, and entered the living room, where there were some PJ officers as well as the MCCann couple. The just talked to some colleagues from the PJ and asked for a piece of clothing that Madeleine had worn or used recently. They were given a pink/orange blanket that the child had been covered with in her bed.
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Post by jjbd » Sun Oct 10, 2021 12:25 pm

Another photo that raises doubts about its authenticity is one where Gerry McCann is shown sitting at the edge of the pool with his two daughters. “We can see some shadows in there. The direction of shadows and sun is not correct. At the time, we doubted the photo, we thought it was a way to create the image of a good father”
I don't remember that doubt being in the interim report.

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Re: Amaral's new book

Post by sal » Sun Oct 10, 2021 12:28 pm

He's is just a Sh!t stirring idiot, with not a shred of real evidence, and has now put himself on the same level as bennetts crew :rolleyes:
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Post by Pedro » Sun Oct 10, 2021 1:19 pm

That video proves that Madeleine never had problems about talking:

Madeleine McCann: This is my shoe!

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KYsee35y1IA

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Re: Amaral's new book

Post by sal » Sun Oct 10, 2021 6:09 pm

I wouldn't worry pedro, Amaral appears to be intent on making ridiculous, outrageous comments as long as it is having a pop at the McCanns....silly little man.
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Re: Amaral's new book

Post by Whiterose » Sun Oct 10, 2021 6:21 pm

Pedro wrote:
Sun Oct 10, 2021 1:19 pm
That video proves that Madeleine never had problems about talking:

Madeleine McCann: This is my shoe!

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KYsee35y1IA

That is very true Pedro. Amaaral's book is full of lies just as his first one was. He is showing himself up as the incompetent idiot we all knew he was. So desperate he has to mention the ramblings of the weird ones on the Havern forum. He has lost the plot big time he'll be the clown of Portugal by the time he has finished with his self assassination. :s_crazy
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Re: Amaral's new book

Post by Pedro » Sun Oct 10, 2021 9:16 pm

sal, Whiterose, your words are mine.

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Re: Amaral's new book

Post by sal » Thu Oct 14, 2021 10:57 am

“Everyone Lies in the German Investigation”: Gonçalo Amaral says Maddie's parents are involved in the case
'Basta de Mentiras' is the second book by Gonçalo Amaral about the case of the English girl and the mystery that has lasted since 2007.


More than 14 years after Madeleine McCann's disappearance, Gonçalo Amaral maintains the thesis that the parents and friends who accompanied them are involved in the case – “there are signs of simulated abduction” – and accuses the German police and judicial authorities of lying to fit Christian Brueckner into the “perfect suspect” profile.

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sal wrote:
Thu Oct 14, 2021 10:57 am
“Everyone Lies in the German Investigation”: Gonçalo Amaral says Maddie's parents are involved in the case
'Basta de Mentiras' is the second book by Gonçalo Amaral about the case of the English girl and the mystery that has lasted since 2007.


More than 14 years after Madeleine McCann's disappearance, Gonçalo Amaral maintains the thesis that the parents and friends who accompanied them are involved in the case – “there are signs of simulated abduction” – and accuses the German police and judicial authorities of lying to fit Christian Brueckner into the “perfect suspect” profile.

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Thanks sal.

Yet after 14 years no-one has found any evidence of "simulated abduction". Strange that isn't it?

And of course the haters will no be happy that gonc mentions abduction.

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Re: Amaral's new book

Post by sal » Thu Oct 14, 2021 5:02 pm

It appears the new book is just a repetition of the same old libellous crap which he gets away with in Portugal.
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Re: Amaral's new book

Post by sal » Thu Oct 14, 2021 7:21 pm

Peter is mentioned on chapter 22, as well as his research and a group of researchers, chiefly of British origin :)
Here the last photo analysis is presented, as well as the document that was sent to the Portuguese PGR, plus what is behind the 29 of April date.
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Re: Amaral's new book

Post by sal » Thu Oct 14, 2021 7:35 pm

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I just finished reading the whole book, going to read it a second time. He suggest later on that that theory, of an earlier death should be considered, it's not his theory.
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Peter is mentioned on chapter 22, as well as his research and a group of researchers, chiefly of British origin. Here the last photo analysis is presented, as well as the document that was sent to the Portuguese PGR, plus what is behind the 29 of April date.
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On Ch 6 GA presents the thesis of an earlier time, between 17:30 but not as his own, he's comparing the different theories from those who don't believe the abduction claim, the PJ conclusion then and those who do believe the abduction. I'm just speed reading, there could be more
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Re: Amaral's new book

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Post by honestbroker1 » Fri Oct 15, 2021 10:35 am

...but I don't know anything anymore."
What does he mean, ... anymore?

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Re: Amaral's new book

Post by sal » Fri Oct 15, 2021 12:12 pm

by xklamation Today at 11:58

Gonçalo Amaral. The “fear” of the Portuguese justice and the “lies” of German justice in the Maddie case

On the day his new book "Maddie - Enough with the Lies" hits the bookstores, the former PJ inspector, who led the first months of the investigation, says what he thinks about the German investigation and states again that the parents of the English child still have a lot to explain about that May 3, 2007.

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Gonçalo Amaral - new book coming soon. - Page 4 Goncal10

Gonçalo Amaral accuses the Public Ministry and the Judiciary Police of being afraid to investigate the disappearance of Madeleine McCann. Of standing idly, watching a violation of national sovereignty, apparently in fear of reaching politically incorrect conclusions.

On the day his new book "Maddie - Enough with the Lies" hits the bookstores, the former PJ inspector, who led the first months of the investigation, says what he thinks about the German investigation and states again that the parents of the English child still have a lot to explain about that May 3, 2007.

We begin this conversation with challenging you to answer the question you placed on the cover of the book. 14 years later, why don't we know the truth?

Due to the fear of the Police and the Portuguese Public Ministry, I have no doubts about that.

Fear of what?

Afraid of an investigation that is not politically correct. The Portuguese judicial authorities seem to prefer others to resolve the matter, and this is relinquishment from their duties as a sovereign organ, in relation to our own sovereignty. Portugal cannot forgo in any case, in this or in the other cases that they seem to want to associate with this one. Cooperation cannot lead to this, and there is only this type of cooperation, which is no cooperation at all, because the Public Ministry and the Judiciary Police are afraid, and prefer another solution.

But there is a Portuguese investigation. The inquiry runs on its terms. (i.e.the proceedings are underway)

There is a Portuguese process, but if there is a Portuguese investigation we have our doubts. If there was a Portuguese investigation, Portugal would already have questioned the individual who is detained in Germany, and interviewed as a witnesses the persons, or the person, who allege he confessed to the practice of this crime of pseudo-abduction.

It seems that in Portugal people are afraid of this investigation, and then they think: 'Oh, will they solve it? So let them solve it. That's not up to us.’.

Germany, and that prosecutor, are becoming owners and masters of other situations that happened here in Portugal, in which it is said that the individual is also a suspect. He was also the one who raped someone else, who abused, the German authorities say that in addition to the Madeleine case, they already assume they will do the other investigations, that it is no longer the role of Portugal, cases that happened in Portugal. And then I have to ask. How does the Public Ministry allow this?

The German Public Prosecutor's Office promises to complete its work soon. In the book it is clear that you consider that investigation to have no credibility.

Nothing was found to link the individual to Madeleine McCann. Nothing. Neither in the material that was found in the searches carried out in Germany, whether in objects, machines, photographs, computers, digital stuff and what's more, nor in what was apprehended by the Portuguese police inside the apartment from where the child disappeared.

They can't get the individual inside that apartment. So what do they do? They do what suits them. He raped an elderly American woman in Praia da Luz, he will have abused an Irish woman, and so on, he has several cases.

Okay, he may have done all that, but where are the clues that link him to Madeleine McCann? And then they will answer that there is a witness, who for them is an unmotivated and credible witness, who gave a spontaneous testimony regarding what happened. And everything revolves around this witness.

Until another kind of more credible evidence appears, do you continue to value above all the interim report that your team prepared in 2007? According to these conclusions, do the child's parents still have a lot to explain?

The only thing that I can tell you is the point at which the investigation was in September 2007, when it is said that the corpse was concealed, that there was an accidental death of the child, and that the disappearance is precisely due to this accidental death.

Therefore, there is an involvement of the parents – who were responsible for the custody of the child – in her disappearance. And let's not go beyond that, I don't talk about being involved in a criminal act. I try to be as objective as possible, and the most objective is to say that there is evidence of involvement in the mysterious disappearance of the child.

There are strong indications of the simulation of a crime of abduction. We asked then, and we continue to ask, if it is said that there is a real abduction, why is an abduction simulated? The way forward, if they are not willing to speak, has to be through the reconstitution of the facts with everyone, which after 14 years is still plausible to do.

In this book, Gonçalo Amaral, explores more deeply the lack of information about the child who disappeared. You say that the Portuguese investigation never had access, for example, to her medical history.

In an investigation into disappearances, into child abductions, child abuse, the first thing you need to know is the victim. And this victim, we were never allowed to know her, namely her medical history.

These children were medicated, or given to sleep a medicine called Calpol, which is an antihistamine, which puts them to sleep. The investigation has to know what is the relationship between taking this medication and the child's eventual death. And that is why we need her medical history. We need to know if she had a problem.


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Re: Amaral's new book

Post by jjbd » Fri Oct 15, 2021 6:39 pm

thanks Sal

What a load of bollocks,

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Re: Amaral's new book

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These children were medicated, or given to sleep a medicine called Calpol, which is an antihistamine, which puts them to sleep. The investigation has to know what is the relationship between taking this medication and the child's eventual death. And that is why we need her medical history. We need to know if she had a problem. AMARAL
Does calpol have antihistamines?
In 2007 Johnson & Johnson introduced a new product: Calpol Night, for children aged two years and up, with added antihistamine, to explicitly aid sleep.4 Jun 2019
Calpol offers new profit opportunity in children’s medicine
PrintBy Staff Writer in Product News 31st August 2007
Calpol is launching four new symptom-specific lines, with the expectation they will grow the children’s medicines market by an estimated 4.5%, worth an additional £6.5m, in 2008.
Calpol is launching four new symptom-specific lines, with the expectation they will grow the children’s medicines market by an estimated 4.5%, worth an additional £6.5m, in 2008. New Calpol Night, CalCough, in ‘Chesty’ and ‘Tickly’ variants, and new CalCold are set to bring significant incremental sales to the already successful base P and GSL brand. Also new will be Calpol Vapour Plug & Nightlight.
The new product range will be available nationwide from September 2007 and is being supported by a multi-million pound integrated advertising and public relations campaign.
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Re: Amaral's new book

Post by Whiterose » Sat Oct 16, 2021 9:43 am

Thanks sal :s_thumbsup

What a lunatic he is really showing himself up isn't he. Spewing all the ridiculous rubbish he did in his first book. Can't believe he hasn't done his research into Calpol. His book is laughable. :s_crazy
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Re: Amaral's new book

Post by jjbd » Mon Oct 18, 2021 10:42 am

It's strange that morais and paulo have both got the book but there are very few translations coming through?

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Re: Amaral's new book

Post by jjbd » Tue Oct 19, 2021 11:20 am

bennett ain't happy:
Re: "Maddie: Enough of the Lies!" - Book Overview and Discussion

Post by Tony Bennett Yesterday at 21:22

As far as I am concerned, this is very bad news indeed. In fact, I am amazed that Goncalo Amaral still appears to be clinging to the theory of Madeleine being alive at 5.30/6pm on Thursday 3 May. It is hugely disappointing. I expect that Isabelle McFadden, Benjamin Thompson, Ben Salmon and co will be delighted

Later on, I will talk about chapter 22 and how Amaral considers the research by the Madeleine McCann Research Group (MMRG).


REPLY: This is the only part of your message that gives me any hope. I so hoped we would be getting real progress from Goncalo. He has obviously read MMRG's letter and the accompanying evidenceThank you very much Paulo for bringing us these extracts, it is so useful to have them. The media has won the war so far for the McCanns. We desperately need a breakthrough. Is Goncalo going to take us any further?

Or not?
It's a war with the media!!!!!!!!!

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