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Re: What the papers say - Book Ban - 18/2/10

Post  lea on Thu 18 Feb - 21:14

bootsy wrote:At this moment in time i wish the dubai squad would land at Rothley Towers im so angry about the outcome today

aw come on bootsy cheer up,
i do think it was needed to stay banned for a good reason,
either the libel case or the opening up of the investigation,
we have to stay positive,
we have to live in hope,
im sure we can all wait a bit longer if thats what it takes to get justice.

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Re: What the papers say - Book Ban - 18/2/10

Post  dumouchelwolf on Thu 18 Feb - 21:16

bootsy wrote:At this moment in time i wish the dubai squad would land at Rothley Towers im so angry about the outcome today

I know the feelings this pair arise in me is not normal, well not normal for me but at the moment I could personally string them up

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Re: What the papers say - Book Ban - 18/2/10

Post  lea on Thu 18 Feb - 21:19

dumouchelwolf wrote:
bootsy wrote:At this moment in time i wish the dubai squad would land at Rothley Towers im so angry about the outcome today

I know the feelings this pair arise in me is not normal, well not normal for me but at the moment I could personally string them up

the pair sure bring out the worst in people,lol

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Re: What the papers say - Book Ban - 18/2/10

Post  Roasted Arizona on Thu 18 Feb - 22:32

No mention on ITV 10 o'clock news either, and they showed the front pages of tomorrow's Express and Mail and the Mcs didn't make it there either.

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Re: What the papers say - Book Ban - 18/2/10

Post  lea on Thu 18 Feb - 22:36

Roasted Arizona wrote:No mention on ITV 10 o'clock news either, and they showed the front pages of tomorrow's Express and Mail and the Mcs didn't make it there either.

im sure we will all see gerry spouting all day tomorrow,
god,that man loves the sound of his own voice,

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Re: What the papers say - Book Ban - 18/2/10

Post  Justiceforallkids on Thu 18 Feb - 22:36

it was mentioned on our pro mcann breakfast show the morning show

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Re: What the papers say - Book Ban - 18/2/10

Post  Lizzy11268 on Thu 18 Feb - 22:54

Come on you lot! Chin up! It ain't over til its over....there is a long way to go.

I still believe that when push comes to shove, a judge will think twice about actually permanently banning a book. I mean BANNING A BOOK? What century are we living in for crying out loud!

We are certainly not alone.

Have a read of this - sorry if its already been posted.

http://justiceandtruth.ning.com/profiles/blogs/i-stand-corrected

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Re: What the papers say - Book Ban - 18/2/10

Post  sybilsleaves on Fri 19 Feb - 0:39

I've been on a few forums today and most people are feeling a bit down over the judge's decision, me included.

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Re: What the papers say - Book Ban - 18/2/10

Post  lea on Fri 19 Feb - 0:42

sybilsleaves wrote:I've been on a few forums today and most people are feeling a bit down over the judge's decision, me included.

how many times have we felt like this?
i have lost count,
theres a long way to go yet so im not giving up yet,
we have to think positive to stop ourselves from going mad,lol
chin up.

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Re: What the papers say - Book Ban - 18/2/10

Post  lea on Fri 19 Feb - 1:52

MCCANNS WIN BAN ON ACCUSER’S BOOK







Kate and Gerry McCann have won a ban on a controversial book by Goncalo Amaral



Friday February 19,2010

By David Pilditch




THE parents of Madeleine McCann spoke of their relief last night after winning a ban on a controversial book which claims their missing daughter is dead and they faked her abduction.




A court in Portugal ruled the book, written by Goncalo Amaral, the former chief inspector who led the investigation into Madeleine’s disappearance, violated the couple’s rights.

Madeleine’s parents, Kate and Gerry, said the decision gave them renewed hope in the search for their daughter who vanished days before her fourth birthday during a family holiday in the Algarve.

The couple are also seeking £1.08million in compensation for defamation in separate civil proceedings against Mr Amaral.

The McCanns, both 41, who have hired their own private detectives to find Madeleine, called for renewed efforts to uncover fresh information – urging the Portuguese public to help.

They said in a statement: “The judge has rightly agreed that there has been significant ongoing damage to the search for our beloved daughter Madeleine and to the rights of our family.

“We are grateful to the judge for accepting that this injustice must not continue.

“The court case has demonstrated, once again, that there is no evidence that Madeleine has come to any harm.

“It has also clearly shown that no police force is actively looking for Madeleine, even, shockingly, when they are presented with new information and leads.

“The motives of those who have tried to convince the world that Madeleine is dead, and who have disgracefully and falsely tried to implicate us in her disappearance, need to be seriously questioned.

“As painful and personally damaging as the slanderous claims of Mr Amaral and his supporters have been to us and our family, our primary focus has always been, and always will be, to find Madeleine through our own best investigative efforts.

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“It is still incumbent upon the British and Portuguese authorities to ensure that every credible lead has been investigated and that a meaningful search for our innocent and vulnerable little girl is properly carried out.

“We must and will keep looking for Madeleine and those responsible for her abduction.”

In his book, Maddie: The Truth Of The Lie, Mr Amaral claims Madeleine died in the family’s holiday apartment in Praia da Luz in May 2007. A judge granted the McCanns, from Rothley, Leicestershire, a temporary injunction last September halting further sale or publication of the book and a TV documentary he made about the case.

But Mr Amaral launched an appeal against the ban.

He called a series of witnesses to support his claims at a high-profile hearing in Lisbon last month.

Judge Maria Gabriela Cunha Rodrigues rejected his challenge yesterday. But last night Mr Amaral said he would appeal again against the decision. The McCanns have always insisted his allegations hampered the global search for Madeleine because people stopped looking for her.

As he left yesterday’s hearing Mr Amaral said: “It was an unbalanced decision.

“What is at stake is freedom of speech. From the beginning we have been prepared to carry this through to the end and if need be take it all the way to the European Court of Human Rights.”

The former chief inspector was taken off the case in October 2007. He later quit the force. During the hearing his lawyers argued that material in the book came from official police files.

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Re: What the papers say - Book Ban - 18/2/10

Post  jinvta on Fri 19 Feb - 6:39

Judge Dread wrote:
buildersbum wrote:Team Mccann maybe celebrating this evening but I assure you it will be short lived, one way or another.

IMO from what I read about the court case, the witnesess and evidence, proved one thing that Mr amaral won hands down so why did the judge uphold this ban, I have to question it and the conclusion Ive come to is there is a very good reason for this outcome,(something is about to change with the case!!!) and we will find out in the near future.

Also if Team M think they have got one over on Mr Amaral then they are far more stupid then I thought, this will only make him dig in deeper, if there is no reason other then a cover up by PT/UK then the gloves are off NOW!!!!

Todays outcome has not changed my view, I still feel that 2010 is going to be a very bad year for them, and they know it

I'm with you, buildersbum... It might take a while, but they will go down... And I'm gonna be right there when they do!


I'm with you too! Though initially upon hearing the news, I felt a bit let down and sick to my stomach, I still see this court case as reflecting extremely negatively on the McCanns and doing them no favors in the long run, particularly in the court of public opinion. Now the world knows that Amaral was not the only person involved in the investigation to come to the conclusion that Madeleine was dead.

I am hopeful that Mr Amaral expected to lose the case in order to lure the McCanns into a false sense of security about their libel claims. Will they have to take the stand if they pursure the libel case?

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Re: What the papers say - Book Ban - 18/2/10

Post  4timesanan on Fri 19 Feb - 10:48

can someone clarify for me please..i thought i had read that TV stations in portugal could discuss book xcept TV1.. i have read some comments today that this is not so...

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Re: What the papers say - Book Ban - 18/2/10

Post  Guest on Fri 19 Feb - 10:49

4timesanan wrote:can someone clarify for me please..i thought i had read that TV stations in portugal could discuss book xcept TV1.. i have read some comments today that this is not so...

the judge said they could, what have you read?

the injunction did not include the whole of the media

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Re: What the papers say - Book Ban - 18/2/10

Post  kitti on Fri 19 Feb - 10:50

The judge said, i thought, anyone can talk about it excpet amaral and tvi.....which is quite baffling as the mccanns dont want anyone to talk about it

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Re: What the papers say - Book Ban - 18/2/10

Post  4timesanan on Fri 19 Feb - 10:50

i will go and find comment

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Re: What the papers say - Book Ban - 18/2/10

Post  kitti on Fri 19 Feb - 10:53

Its like mr amaral is an arquido lol,,,like the murat inverview, he sat their whilst people talked around him, mr amaral can do that as long at he doesnt utter a thing apart from...hello.....goodbye...what is said in between can be about the book etc..its odd isnt it.

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Re: What the papers say - Book Ban - 18/2/10

Post  kitti on Fri 19 Feb - 10:55

My betting is, whatever he knows that we dont know and the mccanns DO know will seep out through his associates, in time, there no law against it.

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Re: What the papers say - Book Ban - 18/2/10

Post  4timesanan on Fri 19 Feb - 11:00

.....the comment has been amended

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