Sunday, January 3, 2010

"The truth of a lie" book by Goncalo Amaral is a cover up and a project designed to cash-in on a tragedy

Goncalo Amaral's book "The truth of a lie" fails to show beyond doubts that his theory on the disappearance of Madeleine McCann is true 

Taken into consideration the social implications that child abduction in general represent, and the awareness on this tragic reality in today's society the case of Madeleine McCann has generated thanks to the massive media exposure, we wish to express our independent and neutral views based on what is written on the English version of the book we obtained from the Gerry McCann Blog. We also take note on what we think is a poor translation of the book into English and therefore, our opinions are made according to how we understand the contents therein. In addition, we don't agree with the contents in Amaral's book nor we dignify his person, and our views and/or opinions are only out of real concern for child abduction in general and not only Madeleine McCann.

In a letter dated September 15, 2009 sent to Gerald and Kate McCann now published on this blog following the injunction against further distribution of Amaral's book, this group wrote the following statement contained in the letter: "His book is the ultimate manifestation of the success in twisting reality to his advantage while protecting the interests of those on behalf of whom the abduction of Madeleine McCann was executed with precision."

We wrote the above statement long before having an opportunity to read his book but now that we have, our reaffirmation to the essential substance of the statement is even greater. Our position is and will continue to be intransigent unless something or someone demonstrates to us why and how we are wrong. There are numerous parts in the book that shed light on the deliberate incompetence and corruption we have been writing about for some time which support of our views expressed in different writings published on our blog. One new element we have found in Amaral's book is his own depiction as a victim of others above his rank who forced him to leave not only the case but also the police institution as well. In a section titled "an investigation destined for the archives" in Chapter 1 he tells the reader about how he knew the case was on the verge of being closed by the police director because it […] "was beginning to undermine the police judiciaries and investigations in Portugal. Perhaps that was why it had to come to a close." We don't know how you interpret this but to us it shows gross police incompetence. To us it means that they don't have the know-how to deal with a case of such nature and their logic is to close it before their charade is "undermined." And what about the victim? We certainly don't mean to be an annoyance but will repeat it again-and-again as many times as necessary that since day one, there was no real interest by the Portuguese police to search for Madeleine McCann or the kidnapper, because they already knew why and how she was abducted and on whose behalf. What grounds do we have to make these statements? The book contents. We admit our surprised at the ease with which the author provide us with the support we need to back up our statements. We are no longer vulnerable to accusations of being inaccurate or false in our statements, because now we have the book to back up anything we may say or write on the subject. As feeble and fallacious as it is, the cornerstone of Amaral's claim is that Madeleine McCann die in the apartment and that her father transported the body somewhere to avoid responsibility for his daughter's death.

Amaral has declared on numerous times that he had the "honour" to have worked for the Portuguese police for twenty five years. The Policia Judiciaria [PJ] of Portugal has a reputation inside and outside the country, as being a very corrupted and inept police organisation in Europe; it is known to be an appendage of a judicial system unconditionally subordinated to a privileged elite class, who control the whole of Portuguese society with an iron fist wherein the social conditions are very similar to a third world country, that is, a small minority living in opulence while the great majority languish in grinding poverty. The poor people of Portugal regard the PJ as their ruthless bogeyman always ready to smash anyone challenging the present status quo in Portuguese society. Is this the police Amaral had the "honour" to work for twenty five years? And what about the savage beatings and torture of Joanna Cipriano's mother to force her into signing a confession?    Back to the McCann case.

The name Clint Van Zandt is regarded among the intelligence community of the United States [US] as a reputable and high quality professional. He has an impressive curriculum covering at least thirty years of intelligence work at the Central Intelligence Agency [CIA] the Federal Bureau of Investigations [FBI] and as a US Army counter-intelligence officer. Amaral can't even come near these qualifications. In an interview with a Journalist from NBC, he told the audience that the key element in the entire claim by Amaral is timing. He explained in detail how and why it would have been impossible for Gerry McCann, to have transported Madeleine's dead body --as Amaral claims-- to a distant area and bury her. For him to have buried his daughter's dead body, he would have needed a considerable amount of time to dig a hole on the ground. How could he have done this by himself without someone seeing him? And what about the group of friends he and his wife were dinning with? They would have noticed his prolonged absence and question his whereabouts. The facts show a complete different scenario than what Amaral and his supporters want us to believe. Later in the same section of Chapter 1 he concludes that "the closing of the case certainly serves someone's interest." We don't know whether or not he realised at the time that what he wrote only confirmed what is now obvious: There were powerful interests behind who wanted the case closed for reasons we still don't know yet. The whole book is full of contradictions and inconsistencies, but we don't think is worth going into more details while knowing that sooner than later, we will arrive at the same conclusion already expressed in other writings long before reading the book: Amaral's book is a cover up of the truth and a shameless opportunistic commercial endeavour to cash in on a tragedy.

Any person with decency must not believe nor support whatever he does in his effort to deny that Madeleine McCann was kidnapped on behalf of a specific individual and for specific reasons. Is the individual Jose Manuel Barroso? The Christopher Story Journalist Investigation Agency reported that it was him. [See related writings on this blog]


Anonymous said...

pronto,entao secalhar o advogado madeirense nao e nada maluco,so me da vontade de correr pra baixo do comboio ...
bom trabalho descobri hoje e vou seguir o seu blogg obrigado !!!!

Real Justice said...

We certainly appreciate the message, but regret not being able to understand the contents since it is written in Portuguese. Is there a chance that you can translate the message into English or Spanish?