By Astro on Maddie Case Files:
Spot the differences:
“From all that has been exposed, it results from the file that:
a) The minor Madeleine McCann died in apartment 5A of the Ocean Club in Praia da Luz, on the evening/night of the 3rd of May 2007;
b) an abduction was simulated;
c) in order to render the child’s death before 10 p.m. impossible, a situation of checking on the McCann couple’s children, while they slept, was made up;
d) Kate McCann and Gerald McCann are involved in the concealment of the cadaver of their daughter, Madeleine McCann;
e) at this moment in time, there seem to be no strong indications yet that the child’s death was not the result of a tragic accident;
f) from all that has been established up to this moment, everything indicates that the McCann couple, in auto defence, does not want to hand over the cadaver immediately and voluntarily, and that there is a strong possibility that it was moved from its initial location. This situation may raise questions concerning the circumstances under which the child’s death occurred.”
(in: Process 201/07.0GALGS, volume XVII, page 2601)
“1. The minor, Madeleine McCann, died inside apartment 5A of the Ocean Club, in Vila da Luz, on the evening/night of the 3rd of May, 2007;
2. An abduction was simulated;
3. Kate Healy and Gerald McCann are suspected of being involved in the concealment of their daughter’s cadaver;
4. Death may have resulted from a tragic accident;
5. There are indications of neglect in the guard and safety of their children.”
(in: Maddie – The Truth about the Lie, page 214)
It's not Mr Amaral's subjective, disputable opinion. It was the conclusion that was reached by the entire PJ team, as stated in an intercalary report, dated September 10, 2007.
Nobody can invoke an attack against their right to a good name and an untarnished reputation, here.
This was not an attack - these are the official crime investigation's conclusions, at the time when the McCanns were made arguidos, and they describe exactly why the McCanns were made arguidos.
One may argue that these conclusions were not proved, but nobody can deny that they existed, at a given point in time, and that is exactly what Gonçalo Amaral states in his book, nothing more.