Thursday

The truth about Madeleine McCann to remain censored

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So Gonçalo Amaral's book is to remain banned.


According to the stats for the blog 'Maddie: The Truth About The Lie', which has only been going a few months, there have been 230,601 visits from all around the world looking for the truth about Maddie.

70,778 just this month alone so far and it's only the 18th day.

The map shows just today's visitors and it's only lunchtime.


Even people from the NHS have been reading it.

You may have got the book McBanned, Kate and Gerry, but you will never stop people searching for the truth about Maddie. The curiosity about what really happened to your daughter is growing by the day. And as you silence people more will talk, and as you shut websites down, more will be created. The truth is much more important than your lies, just as your tapas meal was more important than the safety of your three babies.





Comment posted by Tony Bennett on the forum:

The dogs are more guilty than Amaral of libelling the McCanns. They should never have been sent to the Algarve in the first place. And we should henceforth ban all videos and records of their so-called 'evidence'. The only comments that should ever be permitted about those dogs are:

1) Martin Grime's admission that so far as evidence in a court of law goes, their so-called 'evidence' is utterly valueless unless it can be corroborated with forensic evidence, and

2) Dr Gerald McCann's statement that the dogs' evidence is 'incredibly unreliable'.

Remember also that Eddie does not have the legal power to sue Dr Gerald McCann for that last-quoted statement.

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