martes, 29 de enero de 2008

"...and the truth shall set you free"

"If Gerry and Kate Mc Cann were Portuguese they would have been savagely tortured, falsely charged with murdering their daughter, and condemned to a long prison term…"

The author of the above quotation is a native Portuguese man --Joao Cipriano-- who is currently serving a draconian prison term in Portugal following a forced conviction for the supposed murder of a child whose body was never found. Mr. Cipriano has always maintained his innocence of the crime for which he was convicted, and has very courageously exposed publicly the torture and other extra judicial practices by the Portuguese police on detainees to force confessions on them. Mr. Cipriano and his sister Leonor were forced by means of torture into accepting lies made up by the Portuguese police, regarding the abduction and disappearance of Leonor's daughter, Joanna, who went missing in 2004 and has not been found every since. The abduction and disappearance of the child took place less than 40 miles from Praia da Luz, which is where Madeleine Mc Cann was abducted and disappeared on the night of May 3, 2007. Like in the Mc Cann case, they were made "arguidos" (suspects) by the Portuguese police who used similar tactics to the type they are using now against Gerry and Kate Mc Cann, by accusing them of killing their daughter without having any solid evidence against them. Mr. Cipriano has warned on the possibility that Gerry and Kate Mc Cann could be framed by the Portuguese police. He is a native Portuguese and knows what he says. Meanwhile, Leonor Cipriano recalled how she was beaten and thrown down a staircase by police officers, and then forced to kneel on broken glass until she bled and admitted the false police accusations just to avoid more torture. It was based on these and other criminal extra judicial practices that Joao and Leonor Cipriano were convicted of a crime they did not commit. The real case was not resolved since the disappeared child the Portuguese police accused the defendants of murdering was never found, in other words, there was no real evidence against the accused but they were condemned for a crime that did not exist. Mr. Cipriano said that Joanna was abducted and sold to a paedophile international organisation.

To the average Briton, the above-described Portuguese criminal and destructive behaviour may seem far-fetched but it is true and shows how the Portuguese idiosyncrasy is manifested. Spanish and Portuguese idiosyncrasies and "cultures" are very similar and are expressed in almost identical ways. Brutality, chicanery, machismo, corruption, thieving, lying, racism, chauvinism and more, are among the traits that make up the Spanish "culture" and idiosyncrasy. All of these elements combined and mixed with a backward judicial power system used against vulnerable citizens, creates a deadly evil force with an unlimited potential to perpetrate gross injustices against innocent victims. This is part of what the Mc Canns are up against and like most Britons, are probably not aware of what is lurking behind the laughable but dangerous accusations the Portuguese police are deliberately making against them.

The Portuguese know exactly why they are purposely avoiding to deal with the true reality of Madeleine's case. They know Gerry and Kate Mc Cann are not guilty of any crime but by keeping the "arguido" status lodged on them, are conveniently helping to prevent a bad image of Portugal from developing and becoming widespread among Britons and other Europeans, who generate millions in profits as vacation goers or retirees living in Portugal who collect monthly pensions. Portugal is a poor country by European standards needing the revenue produced by tourism from Northern Europeans in search of sunny beaches and warm weather. Considering these facts, one can not imagine the Portuguese jeopardising their economic and political interests, over the abduction of just one more child in their sunny paradise where pederast, paedophiles, predators, and other disgusting freaks freely hang around looking for potential victims. This truth the Portuguese will never admit and to cover the facts, they create nonsense and false accusations against victims of heinous crimes and put an official stamp on it to legitimise their criminal intend.

According to information available on different Internet media sources, Kate Mc Cann came very close to be framed and jailed during police interrogations after her daughter Madeleine vanished. The interrogators offered her a two year prison term if she accepted the nonsensical official version and confessed having murdered her daughter and then hide the body. This fact corroborate any statements made regarding the true reasons the Portuguese have by falsely accusing Gerry and Kate Mc Cann of killing Madeleine and hide her body, a lee to justify keeping the so-called "arguido" criminal status lodged on them. In reality, the Portuguese don't want Madeleine to be found or the case to be resolved because it runs against their economic and political interests, plus it will settle any doubts regarding their amateur, incompetent, corrupt, and unprofessional modus operandi as a police force. All of these elements plus many others not listed here make the author suspect that the Portuguese police could be implicated in different types of criminal activity, including the abduction of children which has become a highly lucrative business controlled by the ruling elite. This suspicion is not far-fetched if taken into account the high level of existing corruption at the highest pinnacle of government in countries such as Spain which -as stated before- is very similar to Portugal. The Portuguese are probably just as corrupt as the Spanish are who try in vain to divert their sick social reality with false and endless portrayals of a great "democracy" lead by a fascist-appointed king as a head of State. Spain is corrupt to the core in all aspects of life; it is a country that functions daily on the basis of criminal activity, lead by highly reactionary and criminal right wing gangsters in a two party system, just like in the United States. In fact, Spain is the version of the US in Spanish.

Another truth that shall make us free, is the evident negligence of Gerry and Kate Mc Cann for leaving their children unattended in an apartment located at a considerable distance, from where they were dinning with friends the night Madeleine was abducted. Gerry has already admitted being guilty of this in an interview with Vanity Fair magazine, so there is no real need to dwell on any further on this particular point. On the other hand, Gerry and Kate should not be blamed entirely for the tragedy; they are intelligent professionals and probably good parents who love their children very much and want the best for them. The blame should be put on perverted and morally depraved individuals product of this system who are devoid of any good principles and who put material interest above humanity. The Mc Cann family were simple enjoying normally a holiday just like thousands of others do every year in Portugal or Spain, and were not in the least suspecting what happened to them on the tragic night of May 3, 2007 when Madeleine was abducted. All people of good will should bear with Gerry and Kate Mc Cann and come to their side and support them unconditionally in what is probably the worst episode in their whole lives. We must think of Madeleine every day and do at least the most minimum task we can do towards the final goal of finding her.

Letter of appeal to the Prime Minister of the UK

Mr. Gordon Brown, Prime Minister of the UK.
10 Downing Street
London, England. SW1A-2AA

Mr. Brown:

This is an appeal to you as the Prime Minister of the United Kingdom on behalf of Madeleine Beth Mc Cann, a British citizen, age four, and currently in unknown whereabouts as a result of her abduction and disappearance on May 3, 2007 in Portugal. The earnest request consist of declaring the abduction and disappearance of Madeleine Mc Cann as a national tragedy, and make available the British intelligent services to step in the search of Madeleine Mc Cann until she is found either dead or alive.

Since Madeleine Mc Cann was abducted, eight months have passed without the Portuguese police and a private detective agency producing any solid leads that could result in the final solution of the case. On the basis of the Portuguese police modus operandi on the case since the very beginning, the widely publicised theory that the great blunders made by the Portuguese police in crucial moments, contributed to the commission of the heinous crime a success. Meanwhile, a Spanish private detective agency was hired to find little Madeleine Mc Cann but after at least four months no solid leads were produced. However, early after their incorporation to the search for Madeleine Mc Cann, the leader of the agency went around bluffing and arrogantly bragging about how much he knew on who abducted Madeleine Mc Cann, who is holding her, and that "she will be home by Christmas." All of these and other elements only contribute to create a situation of great disadvantage for the case to be resolved within reasonable time. Also, there are those who think that the Portuguese police are not competent to do what it takes to find Madeleine Mc Cann either dead or alive. In view of these facts, it is widely believed that the case needs the intervention of a police with highly recognised history of success in resolving difficult cases such as the present one, and the British intelligent services are fit for this task. Meanwhile, the lack of positive results in the present investigation pose serious threats of never finding the child due to the inadequate performance of those currently involved in the case.

Mr. Brown, I believe that bilateral relations between democratic States become fortify when the protection of basic human rights are defended and protected, therefor, there is no reason to believe that defending the right to freedom of an authentic British child age four, could affect in any way the relations between Portugal and the United Kingdom. Additionally, the act of kidnapping any person is a highly abominable crime, because it deprives the victim of a basic fundamental human right which is freedom. In reality, the condition of freedom is inherent by simply being a human alive, independently from whatever technical or political definitions there are. These and other important elements make this appeal to be a reasonable one which I and many others --perhaps even millions-- are asking you to grant.

Finally, Madeleine Mc Cann is an authentic Briton and an innocent child who deserves full recognition by the government of the British community, so I ask that you grant this appeal, please.

Respectfully Yours,

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