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Goncalo Amaral expects Wikileaks to divulge the satellite images

HOMEPAGE NEWS REPORTS INDEX NEWS DECEMBER 2010
Original Source: TVI 24 14 DECEMBER 2010
By tvi24
14- 12- 2010  0: 23

Thanks to Joana Morais for translation

The former inspector finds it strange that it's necessary for an ambassador to speak about the evidence for "some veracity to be given as to the responsibility of the parents in Madeleine's disappearance"




Goncalo Amaral, the former Judiciary Police inspector, stated this Monday that "it is strange" that it is necessary for an ambassador to speak about the evidence "for some veracity to be given as to the responsibility of the parents in Madeleine's disappearance" and that he looks forward for Wikileaks divulging the satellite imagery, reports Lusa.

"I accompanied the
investigation, I know what is there and I know what still needs to be done, and I also know there's responsibility in the disappearance, I have no doubts about that," said Goncalo Amaral, the former coordinator of the investigation into the disappearance of Madeleine McCann, in Praia da Luz,
Algarve, on May 2007.

The author of the book 'Maddie -
The Truth of the Lie' spoke to the news agency Lusa, after the WikiLeaks site revealed a confidential cable from the British ambassador in Lisbon, from 2007, admitting to his U.S. counterpart in the Portuguese capital, that it was the British police that had found evidence against Madeleine's parents.

However, Goncalo Amaral insists that "it was not the British police who had arrived at those conclusions". "I do not know what evidence the British ambassador was referring to when he spoke with the U.S. ambassador. Now that there are strong indications as to the responsibility of parents, there are, and they were gathered by Portuguese police in cooperation with the British police," he assured.

Goncalo Amaral also expects for Wikileaks to be able to get "the long awaited for satellite images".

Meanwhile, the McCanns' spokesman,
Clarence Mitchell, played down these revelations, considering that the cable in question - which was also published in the British newspaper 'The Guardian' - was only an "entirely historic note".

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