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MADDIE A VERDADE DA MENTIRA. 12 numa obra deste tipo de todos os factos poderia comprometer diligências futuras determinantes para a descoberta da. The purpose of this site is for information and a record of Gerry McCann's Blog Archives. As most people will appreciate GM deleted all past blogs from the. Maddie - A Verdade da ayofoto.info - dj sugus. ayofoto.info Views . as verdades nas mentiras de ayofoto.info - Portal PUC-Rio Digital. PJreconstituicrime -.
Lists with This Book. Elk land verspreidde in en deels in foto's van de Britse peuter. More Details De emoties zorgen ervoor dat de lezer overtuigd wordt van zijn eigen theorie, en in mijn geval is dat de theorie van Amaral. Jul 27, Jenni rated it liked it. Os resultados foram os seguintes:
De lezer moet echter wel duidelijk onthouden dat niet gezien moet worden als een 'echt leesboek', want dan is het verhaal zeker niet fantastisch geschreven. Het boek is puur een waarneming van feiten en een beschrijving van de gebeurtenissen zoals een politierapport opgesteld zou worden. Wat Amaral nog meer weet te doen, is het oproepen van emoties. Aan het einde van het boek is de lezer opnieuw door de rollercoaster gegaan welke de verdwijning van Maddie in ook al met zich meebracht.
Dat is lastig om te bereiken, omdat de zaak voor velen ver weg staat. De emoties zorgen ervoor dat de lezer overtuigd wordt van zijn eigen theorie, en in mijn geval is dat de theorie van Amaral.
Ik ben er van overtuigd dat hij het bij het juiste eind heeft gehad en het is jammer dat hij niet de mogelijkheden heeft gekregen om dit te bewijzen. Wat tevens zeer kenmerkend is voor dit verhaal, en deze zaak, is de hoeveelheid momenten waarop het misging; dat begon al bij het onderzoeken van de 'crime scene'.
Het zet de lezer aan het denken over de manier waarop de politie met bepaalde zaken is omgegaan. En hoeveel waarde er daadwerkelijk gehecht werd aan regels; zeker wanneer snelheid belangrijker wordt geacht. Uiteindelijk kan men de Portugese politie niets kwalijk nemen, maar het is wel een reminder geweest om voortaan elk detail op te slaan en te onderzoeken; wie weet waar het tot leidt. Het boek is een uitstekende samenvatting van de zaak die hoogstwaarschijnlijk nooit opgelost gaat worden.
A published version of the argument below appeared in Jornal Tribuna de Macau https: Amaral does not prove his theory, having barking dogs that don't bite. The McCanns and their holiday friends eventually settled on a narrative about Madeleine's disappearance which contained as told two very confusing elements, the well-know sighting by Jane of a possible abductor and the subsequent visit of Matthew to the apartment of the McCanns. Amaral is puzzled by these A published version of the argument below appeared in Jornal Tribuna de Macau https: Amaral is puzzled by these items, but is not capable to make sense of them and does not give his readers clear answers why the group would disseminate such a contorted story in this particular way.
The said items also do not play a role in the overall analytical structure of Amaral's book. During the nightly hours after the disappearance, the group produced two lists of events. Amaral correctly notes that the existence of two lists proves that there must have been a discussion. As readers we would then expect a thorough analysis of what the nightly discussion was about.
Amaral notes the most salient difference between the lists, the presence or absence of Matthew's visit to the apartment, but fails to draw the conclusion that the mentioning or not of this visit in the story to be told by the group was the very topic of the discussion.
So, as we can affirm the historical existence of the nightly discussion, we need to ask ourselves whether Matthew's visit to the apartment was historical i. This is what we, readers, want to know from Amaral, but instead of giving a definite answer he gets stuck in complaints that Matthew's observations are so strange.
In this sense, Amaral has walked right into the group's trap. The stake of the nightly discussion was to determine whether or not to mention Matthew's visit. Now suppose, as Amaral discusses, that the theory about Madeleine dying in the apartment from a fall from the sofa when Gerry was talking to another holiday guest not from the group , is right.
Suppose also that Matthew's visit was not historical. Then we arrive quickly at an absurdity, because, since we must assume that the nightly discussants were knowledgeable about the death, we must now conclude that they were thinking about misleadingly putting Matthew inside an apartment around the time that a child is dying or just died minutes earlier!
Certainly no-one would volunteer to be put in such a situation in a story. This is one of the things that Amaral's book, disappointingly, does not deal with. So, if the deadly accident around But also if this accident theory is not correct, we can still apply the same reasoning.
The fact that the visit was debated at all shows that the visit was historical, and that the discussion was about whether or not to delete the visit from the story to be told, and not about whether or not to fabricate a visit which never took place. Because the group's storytelling developed into a version in which Matthew could not tell whether Madeleine was in her bed or not, Matthew's visit, in contrast to Jane's sighting, adds nothing to any cover-up.
This can only mean one thing: Matthew's visit was for the group not a solution to some problem, but itself a problem that needed a solution. Amaral's book is unaware of this, and also the Prosecutor of the Republic, in its end report entitled "Despacho de arquivo" demonstrates a baffling ignorance concerning the issue. To understand that the solution to the problem of Matthew's visit was not perfect, we need to appreciate that the group has made several crucial errors. One of these was, already mentioned, to give two lists to the police, which proves the topic of the nightly discussion Matthew's visit.
A second error was to communicate with the British media too early, when the story to be told was not yet settled. This led to information which proved difficult to believe, such as about the jemmied shutter, but also contained allusions to situations which were later no longer stressed or differently described and thus significant , about the open front door and a check at half past nine when "all" were asleep and the shutter closed BBC, 4 May This indicates that there has been a change in the stress on the time of the disappearance in the group's story telling: The stress on Jane's sighting appears to be an attempt to guide investigators' and the public's attention to a supposedly probable time of "abduction" before This brings us to a third error made by the group, clumsily missed by Amaral in his book, namely that such a stress on before Because, in the story which eventually emerged, Matthew's visit is neutral as to the question whether he could know that Madeleine was still in the apartment or not, any stress on Jane's sighting is unnecessary, as the supposed "abduction" could have happened both before and after the visit.
It would have been sufficient to continue to say there must have been AN abductor, but instead of this the group eventually came to focus on the suggestion that the "abductor" was quite likely the man supposedly seen by Jane before That the stress on the Jane sighting really exists is visible from Kate McCann's suggestion in her own book that Jane's man and the man seen later by an Irish family are quite likely the same.
Error number three points us to a significant thing: The shift from after to before Deleting Matthew's visit from the story was contemplated during the nightly discussion, but abandoned as a viable option, I suspect because the visit had already been mentioned and could no longer be denied in a believable way.
Jane's sighting then was located in time before Matthew's visit, and Matthew himself located in the apartment as historically had been the case, but instead of putting him inside Madeleine's room as suggested in Gerry's deposition on 4 May , he was now described as going up to the room's door and not through that door's opening, putting him outside Madeleine's personal sphere, and enabling the telling of the Jane sighting.
Judging from Amaral's failure to address these issues, it has been a very effective story indeed. Nov 07, Libby Andrews rated it it was amazing. An excellent and plausible account of the alleged abduction of Madeleine Mccann written by the senior investigating officer. I found a pdf translation on the internet. If you are interested in the case, this is the definitive book.
The account is written using the police files. Goncalas Amaral was dismissed from the case and the case was closed shortly after. The most condemning evidence is that t An excellent and plausible account of the alleged abduction of Madeleine Mccann written by the senior investigating officer. The most condemning evidence is that trained uk police sniffer dogs picked up blood and cadaver fluid in the Mccann apartment and in the car they hired after Madeleine disappeared.
Their accounts of the event vary. Amaral concludes that Maddie died in the apartment probably accidentally by falling off the back of the sofa and that her parents disposed of her body because admitting to the accident would have resulted in them losing their other two kids because of neglect- they left their kids unattended night after night on holiday.
They would also probably lost their jobs as doctors especially if it was found that they gave their kids sleeping medicine. The Mccanns have also used donations from the Find Maddie campaign to pay off tgeir mortgage and fund their top legal and PR team. Dec 16, Netti rated it it was ok Shelves: Mar 31, Rita Neves rated it really liked it.
Uma leitura esclarecedora sobre o que possivelmente se passou no dia 3 de Maio de no apartamento 5A do Ocean Club. Oct 11, Jessica Watt rated it liked it. Read the English translation online. Definitely an interesting read about the McCann disappearance which is accompanied with photos from the investigation.
It definitely left me thinking that the parents had some involvement in Madeline's death. Lots of unanswered questions at the end of the book but that's down to the investigation not the book. Jan 22, Kirsha-Ay rated it really liked it. I read this via many translations online. I bought a physical copy to support the author because I think it's unfair that someone can't express an opinion. The book itself and the dvd offers much evidence against a story that we were told twelve years ago.
Jan 06, Lara Maria rated it liked it. This book presents one of the strongest theories I've ever read about what happened to Madeleine McCann. Feb 23, Amorita Maharaj rated it really liked it. A great read with some interesting facts provided and the crime scene pictures helped provide a visual image of the crime scene that unfortunate day.
However, there are several holes in this story and some things do not line up. I can provide greater detail but then this would highlight spoilers The story keeps repeating the parents whereabouts that day that everyone already knows about through reading news articles and through television, and although it claims it has a theory regarding the m A great read with some interesting facts provided and the crime scene pictures helped provide a visual image of the crime scene that unfortunate day.
I can provide greater detail but then this would highlight spoilers The story keeps repeating the parents whereabouts that day that everyone already knows about through reading news articles and through television, and although it claims it has a theory regarding the mystery and murder, it is unable to provide a specific timeline or a fixed alternative story path that we can relate too as the story then dives into piece meal information.
A good read however. Feb 22, Erin Green added it. I have read the English translation on-line. I haven't awarded stars due to the nature of the subject. Feb 16, Hailey rated it really liked it. I read the English translation of the book here: I've made my mind up what happened. I hope this book will give others a chance to make theirs up too. Oh, I will also be purchasing a copy of this as soon as it becomes available in the UK to support the author.
I'd recommend others do the same. View 1 comment. Very clear and fluent account of what the author thinks really happened to Maddie McCann. What can I say? He convinced me. But most importantly, the intense sadness of it all really got to me again.
This is a must read for everybody, very interesting to read a book written in the style, like a police report. Very informative, cannot understand why this book would be banned, but then I don't understand anything the McCanns do, the story sadly reminds me of 'Small Sacrifices' by Ann Rule and hopefully this book along with the documentary will bring the truth forward.
This book in no way bashes on the family, it is simply a man doing his job no matter how difficult people make it for him. Adoraria que esta verdade fosse admitida pelos pais da menina..
View all 5 comments. I dont write reviews for non fiction books.
I hate rating peoples lives. But this book confirmed my thoughts after reading the actual case files earlier this year.
If I give this book a high rating that's not of course for literary merit which it never pretended to have even though written with admirable conciseness and straightforwardness originally in a Portuguese idiom which may not always translate quite as it should into English. Rather, its importance lies in it being a readable transcription from the voluminous files of the first and indeed only thorough police investigation into this highly mysterious and perplexing case, perhaps one of the stran If I give this book a high rating that's not of course for literary merit which it never pretended to have even though written with admirable conciseness and straightforwardness originally in a Portuguese idiom which may not always translate quite as it should into English.
Rather, its importance lies in it being a readable transcription from the voluminous files of the first and indeed only thorough police investigation into this highly mysterious and perplexing case, perhaps one of the strangest and famous - or infamous - in the annals of crime. That it has been vilified, temporarily removed from the shelves of Portuguese bookshops, still after seven years banned completely in the UK, and the author hounded apparently according to the instructions or demands of the chief suspects is enough, I believe, to confirm its veracity As of October , that ban has been lifted see here but the book still has not been published in English.
The book is written in such a way that you truly feel that you are following the developments of the investigation, only occasionally jarred out of this by a retrospective comment. You feel both the excitement and frustrations of the team at critical points in the investigation.
One major downside to the book is the formatting and occasional use of strange sentence structures seen in the English translation. However, it is quite possible that this is due to the book being translated and copied onto the website, rather than errors in the original copy, but it is something to be aware of.
There is also a factual inaccuracy in an early chapter where Amaral talks about the possibility of Madeleine being drugged by Calpol. In fact Calpol itself does not contain an anti-histamine as alleged in the book, and so does not have a sedating effect on children, which would explain the described confusion and denial by Kate McCann that Calpol could have been used to sedate the children.
A form of Calpol called Calpol Night, which is not as frequently used in the UK as regular Calpol, does contain an anti-histamine so could make a child drowsy, through it would not truly sedate them.
The anti-British statements come in two forms, those directed at the police and politicians of the UK and those directed at English culture in general. These offensive statements seem to have evolved through both cultural differences and misinformation, although they perhaps do apply to the situation in question, they are certainly not true representations of British parenting and Amaral should not have generalised in this way.
I have to admit these statements where quite off putting for me as a reader, and distracted me from the point of the book, I fear this could be particularly distorting and distracting for those who are unaware of British culture, and could misinform their views of the case.
Overall, a detailed and compelling account of the investigation into this tragedy. It should be noted that this review is based on an English translation by Anna Andress and not the bound, published version of the book. The McCanns had this book banned, but the decision was appealed. They've threatened legal action on anyone who sells it in the U.
K - so naturally I wanted to read it. Translated copies have been made freely available online, I read it here: He wrote this book in after taking early retirement due to the case. Reading this, it's easy to see why the McCanns want i The McCanns had this book banned, but the decision was appealed. Reading this, it's easy to see why the McCanns want it banned. They don't come off well in it, and it would definitely impact on public opinion in the UK.
It pretty much blows the abduction theory to bits. It's not sensationalist, it's full of short, precise chapters with facts and results laid out. To listen to UK media at the time, the Portugese police came off as bumbling nitwits who didn't have a clue what they were doing.
The opposite is true - they explored every available avenue, they searched, they brought in specialists from overseas, they made use of a top forensic dog team, they monitored suspects and requested information - much of which was denied by British authorities. Credit card records the McCanns didn't have any, apparently , medical records.
Have you ever encountered a pair of doctors who don't have credit or debit cards? Or a suspect who brings a press officer to a questioning session then proceeds to start texting? How does one of the world's top cadaver dogs get the scent of a corpse off a child's cuddly toy?
And how is that dismissed? FYI, the absence of a body meant that the information supplied by the dog team was unusable. The evidence of the group of friends is completely contradictory. Staff members say Gerry was missing for more than 30 minutes, giving him time to be spotted by the Irish family who say they saw him carry a limp child dressed in pyjamas. I don't know what happened to Madeleine - but I believe the McCanns do.
It's very hard to find sympathy for people who bring their young children on holiday and then spend little time with them - the children spent the majority of their time in Daycare.
Then they were left alone while the parents enjoyed a meal out every night, not just this one. And every child, not just the McCanns. One has to wonder about the influence and power of people - if this is a cover-up, there's an incredibly dedicated, loyal team at the core of it. I would only hope that over time, that conscience will get the better of one of them and that the truth will be revealed - but I somehow doubt it.
It is now almost a decade since Madeleine disappeared - someone knows what happened. Este livro deu muito que falar quando foi publicado. Valeu um valente processo em tribunal ao seu autor.
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I have believed it was the fault of the parents from the start and this just proves it for me! Shame it is now a banned book. Wat een trieste geschiedenis is de verdwijning van dit meisje. Bijzonder om te lezen hoe een onderzoek in zijn werk gaat. Frustrerend om te lezen hoe feiten verdoezeld worden. Zeer benieuwd naar het boek van de ouders, dat ik zeker ook ga lezen. This is a very interesting and important book! I loved it! One of my favourites! This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers.
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Volgens haar ouders, die in het nabijgelegen restaurant aan het eten waren, lag ze te slapen in het appartement.
Toen ze na het eten terugkeerden, was Madeleine verdwenen. Na deze vreselijke ontdekking probeerden de Portugese en Britse politie met man en macht deze zaak op te lossen, tot op heden echter zonder resultaat.
In dit boek vertelt hij over wat er die avond moet zijn gebeurd. Het boek biedt een directe kijk in de zaak die meer dan een jaar na dato nog altijd sterke emoties en geschokte reacties oproept bij duizenden mensen over de hele wereld. De cover van het boek roept meteen herinneringen op, want wie herkent het meisje niet. Elk land verspreidde in en deels in foto's van de Britse peuter.
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