http://expresso.sapo.pt/opiniao/opiniao ... portuguesa
http://jatyk2.forumotion.co.uk/t5492p50 ... eard-todayMIGUEL SOUSA TAVARES
Justice to the Portuguese
GonÃ§alo Amaral, the inspector of the PJ who was investigating the 'Maddie Case', finished the investigation without any conclusions and decided to write a book to defend the thesis that had not been proven during the investigation: the parents would have murdered their daughter. The book (which, symptomatically, opens with a circumstantial lie) sustains from the beginning the thesis of the brilliant investigator, inspired by the 'Caso Joana Cipriano' - with the enormous difference that here it was not possible to torture the mother to obtain from her a confession Which, shamefully, the court then accepted as evidence. Little did he care: Mr. Amaral turned his professional fiasco, his thesis never demonstrated, in fact official and of that made a business opportunity. Thus accused of killing their daughter, the McCanns brought against GonÃ§alo Amaral an action of defamation - which they won in the first instance, lost in the Relation and ended up losing definitively in the Supreme. It is freedom of the press, counselors say: the freedom of, without some evidence and lightly accusing someone of having killed their own daughter.
Unfortunately, I don't subscribe to Expresso, so cannot read the rest of it.
But the hate squad need to disabuse themselves of this idea that 'everyone' in Portugal supports Gonzo the Ghastly, or that 'everyone' in Portugal happily accepts the notorious corruption in the legal system.