Madeleine McCann deserves to have justice done," says
This Thursday, the former Judiciary Police inspector in the case of
Madeleine McCann, Goncalo Amaral, has again pointed his finger at the
Portuguese government, after last week's 'WikiLeaks' revelations, that
showed that it was the English police itself that found evidence that
incriminates the McCann couple in the disappearanca of their daughter
Madeleine, on the night of the 3rd of May, 2007, in Praia da Luz, in the
Goncalo Amaral told Efe agency that Portugal "has a feeble government in
face of English 'friends', servile and submissive, and the shelving of
the investigation into the mysterious disappearance of Madeleine McCann
is a shame for our country and for the Portuguese judicial system".
The former inspector, who had already told Correio da Manha
that he believed that the British police didn't tell the PJ everything,
is convinced that London pressured Portugal in order to remove him from
his post and in order to avoid any accusations against Kate and Gerry
Goncalo Amaral is confident that the case will be fully clarified, but
he says it is necessary to restart the police investigation and to
review the process.
"Madeleine McCann deserves to have justice done. Her likely death and
her mysterious disappearance cannot depend solely on the political
will", he says.