Tuesday, 18 September 2007

A blatant lye form Paul Harris and Sam Greenhill, from the Daily Mail, about Portuguese police spokesman having quit over McCanns' treatment

PAUL HARRIS and SAM GREENHILL, on the Daily Mail, wrote that "Portuguese police in turmoil as spokesman quits over McCanns' treatment". They say that "the official police spokesman in the Madeleine case has quit over the way the McCanns were treated, it has emerged." This is a blattant lye and Mr Olegário de Sousa formaly denied it, on September 17:

Chief Inspector Olegario Sousa is said to have quit in disgust at the way the missing girl's parents have been treated, according to Martin Brunt, from Sky News. Chief-Inspector Olegário de Sousa denies those allegations: “Mr. Martin Brunt's story, once again, is completely false. The last time I talked with Mr. Martin Brunt was on September 11, the day when Mr. Martin Brunt had another utterly false story, about a 100% DNA match being found, by Police, on the McCann's hired car. On that day, before he put that false story on the air, we talked, around 7.00 pm, and he didn't asked me any question about DNA, that subject wasn't even mentioned,” Olegário de Sousa told