17 June 2014

Madeleine McCann - Goncal Amoral's legal woes

Daily Mail: Madeleine McCann libel trial halted

You cannot prolong the inevitable so Amoral's 10 day 'stay of execution' by sacking his lawyer is pretty meaningless other than holding back his inevitable day of judgement. 

No dead body in the recent searches so his theory does not stand up in the eyes of anyone who still places any credibility in the man and his 'professional' opinion of what happened to Madeleine McCann on the night of May 3rd 2007 and that goes for the presiding judge in the case.

The question is will he go to jail for 'perverting the course of justice' when Madeleine appears alive somewhere at some point?  He is already a disgraced former police chief after all, sentenced to 18 months in prison 'suspended' for falsifying evidence in the case of another missing child on his patch.

You would think prison would be inevitable under the circumstances.

His clock now ticks on the next 10 days when he will be slapped with a £1 million compensation claim for libel for attempting to frame the McCann parents for a crime they did not commit in an attempt to either cover-up for someone who was involved or to defend his professional reputation.  Either way being complicit in the attempted cover-up of 2 missing children on his patch with a guilty verdict already in one of them does not bode well for him.

Luke 8:17 For nothing is secret that will not be revealed, nor anything hidden that will not be known and come to light.

Tick tock...

Website: Madeleine theory


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