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Post  fred on Mon 19 May - 19:30

http://portugalresident.com/update-14-month-old-baby-%E2%80%9Cremoved%E2%80%9D-from-irish-holidaymakers-suspected-of-negligence

Don't these pesky Portuguese realise that it is a "Brit" thing and we all do it!!

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Post  Guest on Mon 23 Jun - 7:43

Silly wee bitch STILL lying through her teeth, trying to get her 15 minutes of fame. The amount of embroidery on this story now is really quite astonishing.

http://www.belfasttelegraph.co.uk/sunday-life/news/maddie-mccann-police-took-our-baby-because-we-gave-her-calpol-belfast-couples-portugal-holiday-hell-30375896.html

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Post  kitti on Mon 23 Jun - 7:54

Why don't they just admit they made a mistake and were pissed and accept the police were only looking after their childs welfare.


After all, the police didn't just turn up out off thin air, they turned up because other holiday makers informed them and were scared for the child because off the drunken state they were in

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Post  almostgothic on Mon 23 Jun - 8:13

Lots of embroidery, yes. And (mixing metaphors) an over-egged pudding if ever I saw one.
Yet still leaving out a lot of the detail they wouldn't want mentioned.

Examples:
That the mother complained to the hotel manager about the father and said that the child was missing.
That the baby was in the bar with the father who was drinking.
That the couple were verbally abusing each other and accusing each other of being drunk.
That the GNR were called to the scene because hotel staff and guests - both Portuguese and foreign - feared the child was at risk.
That police had been called twice to the hotel as a result of the parents’ behaviour - once to take the child to hospital, and the second time because the child’s father had started to “cause trouble”.

But here's the nitty-gritty:
This story is a MONTH old. And curiously it is being dragged up AGAIN. With its usual references to Madeleine McCann, and the familiar ritual of the trashing and bashing of the Portuguese police.
But hey, we know the score - we know how it all works.
So if this Belfast rag is attempting to fool anyone, they'd better try another planet.

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Post  mossman on Mon 23 Jun - 9:25

I have no idea why the comparison is made with the McCanns by this "journalist".

The police did not take Madeleine, she was already gone.
Kate and Gerry were not distraught at their "treatment", ever. Plenty of photographs of smiling Kate and Gerry.
They lost no money, in fact they made a significant amount of cash whilst in Portugal.
Kate and Gerry said they never used Calpol. Something much stronger IMO, but definitely not calpol

So aside from two sets of neglectful parents, looking for five minutes of fame after a drinking holiday, I cannot see any similarities.




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Re: Irish mum in Albufeira

Post  Guest on Mon 23 Jun - 9:32

Público Público
English Baby victim of negligence on the part of parents in the Algarve can return home

Mariana Oliveira

20 /05/2014 - 9:53 PM

Girl remains hospitalized at the hospital of Faro, after parents, visibly drunk, have thrown out of the pool and, later, even with problems of balance, to have walked round the neck in a balcony from the 8TH floor of a hotel.

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The baby English with about a year and a half that has been a victim of negligence on the part of the parents, a couple of English that is on holiday in Albufeira, have authorization to return to the United Kingdom with the family. The decision was taken by the Commission for the Protection of Children and Young People of Albufeira, which heard the parents and has already contacted the services of protection of minors British that will accompany the family and assess the possible danger of the smaller one.

The girl continues this Tuesday admitted at Hospital of Faro, where he gave input on Sunday evening, after several guests have alerted to the danger it was in the baby. The parents, visibly drunk, would have during the afternoon thrown the girl to the pool and, later, the mother, even with problems of balance, you will have walked round the lower the neck on the balcony of the apartment where they are housed on the 8th floor.

As she explained to the PUBLIC, the spokesman for the command of the GNR of Faro, lieutenant-colonel Joseph Palhau, the police was called to the hotel in Albufeira at 20h30 on Sunday, having been faced with a table that has led it to seek medical care for the minor. After an initial evaluation, the child was transported to the pediatric ward of the hospital of Faro. "It was done a self of news and the business was sent to the Family Court and Minors of Portimao," adds Joseph Palhau.

Contacted by THE PUBLIC, official source of hospital only confirms that the child remains hospitalized, without advance details on the clinical situation. THE PUBLIC was found, however, that the child is clinically well, not having been confirmed the suspicion that the lower had been sedated.

The Attorney General of the Republic (PGR) confirms that the Public Prosecutor at the Court of Family and Minors of Portimao received a communication "on the possible situation of danger" the baby that is in Portugal as parents. "The Public Prosecutor has reported the situation to the Commission for the Protection of Children and Young People (CPCJ] of Albufeira, entity that has responsibility for monitoring the situation of the child, who once earned the consent of parents", explains the PGR. The prosecutor recalls that in accordance with the Law on the Protection of Children and Young People in Danger the judicial intervention is subsidiary in relation to the committees of safety, taking place only in cases in which they do not obtain the consent of parents.

The president of the CPCJ of Albufeira, Manuela Lima, need that received the communication of the Public Prosecutor on Monday, having already performed several steps. "We have heard the parents of smaller and already contact the consulate English and our counterpart in the United Kingdom," says Manuela Lima. The responsible states that the parents of the baby "are aware that they have not as well and are committed to the welfare of the child". As the family is not in Portugal, the Commission considered that it would be better to baby return to the country of origin, where, guarantees, the situation will be monitored and evaluated by the local services of the protection of minors. "We have already shipped the whole process for England," says the president of the CPCJ of Albufeira.

While the baby is in Portugal, the commission will continue to follow it, and to articulate your action with the hospital of Faro. Manuela Lima clarifies, however, that the custody of the minor was never taken from the parents.

The Hotel Apartment Paradise in Albufeira, where the family is hosted, nobody was available to provide clarification. An employee at the front desk of this four star hotel, consisting of 396 apartments, also informed that it was not allowed to pass calls to journalists for the English couple.

http://www.publico.pt/sociedade/noticia/bebe-inglesa-vitima-de-negligencia-dos-pais-no-algarve-autorizada-a-regressar-a-casa-1636802

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