Thursday, 13 September 2007

MADELEINE MCCANN'S CASE: PORTUGUESE PRIME-MINISTER LAUNCHES A VIOLENT ATTACK AGAINST BRITISH GOVERNMENT

The Portuguese Prime-Minister said, on an interview with the Spanish daily “El País”, that he has “total trust in the job done by Polícia Judiciária” that has been working on a “very difficult case”, a case José Sócrates considers “strictly a police case” and not a political one. The Portuguese Prime-Minister launched a staunch and violent attack against members of British Government, saying that “(Portuguese) Police did the best they could do find the child” and remembered that “it's a duty of all politicians not to contribute to 'feed' a 'soap opera script”