This 'censored-in-UK' book by Gonçalo Amaral has been translated into English by AnnaEsse and reproduced here to help increase the chances of it being read by people in the UK.
This blog is dedicated to Gonçalo Amaral and his ongoing investigation into the mysterious disappearance of three year old British citizen, Madeleine McCann.
Acknowledgments: AnnaEsse, Joana Morais, Nigel Moore, Pamalam, Tony Bennett and the numerous members of the 3 Arguidos forum and 'complete mystery of Madeleine McCann' forum, all of whom have worked tirelessly to translate the official Portuguese police files, and raise awareness of this case, so that the truth of what happened to Madeleine can be known - and justice served upon her.
Table of Contents:
Madeleine McCann: The Forbidden Investigation
Click on links to read each chapter - hold down shift to force link to open in new window.
Foreword The forbidden investigation
Chapter 1 Precipitation? Certainly not.
Chapter 2 Madeleine Beth McCann's holiday
Chapter 3 Announcement of a disappearance
The Truth of the Lie Documentary
Narration courtesy of 'frangendapenik', The 3 Arguidos
Gonçalo Amaral, the former coordinator of the Madeleine McCann investigation, has contacted the editor of his book, “Maddie: The Truth About The Lie”, seeking to recover its copyright, with the ultimate purpose of publishing the book in the UK himself.
Based on the criminal investigation into the disappearance of Madeleine, “The Truth About The Lie” has sold over 200 thousand copies in Portugal, and has been translated and published in several countries, like France, the Netherlands, Germany, Denmark, Spain and Belgium.
A documentary that is based on the book was broadcast by TVI in Portugal and reached an audience of 2,2 million viewers, was sold and broadcast in other countries, like Spain and Denmark, where it generated added interest in the case.
"The Truth About The Lie" has not been published in the UK, where no editor seems to be willing to risk upsetting the McCann couple.
Similarly, the documentary has not been broadcast by any British television channel.
Many British citizens have been forced to search for, and watch, the documentary on the internet, in order to access factual information that has otherwise not been made available by the UK media, in general.
Source: Joana Morais
'We trust in justice and this does not end here.'
Coming soon! Gonçalo Amaral's new book: