Monday, 30 March 2009

A good idea

The McCann couple may return to Portugal, next May. After insulting the country, the people, the institutions, the legal system and the police, these careless parents think that Portuguese people just forget all of those insults. I hope Gerry and Kate go to Praia da Luz. I'm sure local population will prepare a nice welcome for them. By the way, does anyone know why didn't Mr. Gerry McCann filed a complaint against the daily newspaper that wrote, on it's front page, that he was not the biological father of Madeleine McCann? And why the McCann decide not to prosecute any Portuguese newspaper?

Just to remember

A picture is worth a thousand words

Saturday, 28 March 2009

Something special, from "Astro"

"I think most of you are aware that I live in Portimão, some 30 kms away from Luz. I remember the helicopters flying over our house, on their way to Luz or returning from a day of searches. I remember the posters that were put up on every shop window, every bus stop, every train station, hospital waiting room, supermarket entrance… Thankfully, we never had to endure what Luz suffered, with the invasion of journalists from all over the world, in search for yet another ‘human angle’ story, for that special scope. We didn’t have to endure their raucous parties night after night, either – but that’s another story entirely."

Read the full text here.

Thursday, 26 March 2009

Anger at Praia da Luz

Local population destroyed most of the posters of Madeleine Mccan, according to Correio da Manhã. Thousands of leaflets and posters were distributed and put on bus stops and outdoors in the area surrounding Praia da Luz, to mark the second anniversary of the disappearance of the child.

In the Find Madeleine official site, the Mccann accused again Portuguese police of being incompetent: "At the time of Madeleine's disappearance the emphasis was placed more on international appeals, and it has been recognised that the local Portuguese residents of Praia da Luz and the surrounding areas have never been properly asked about information they may have to give.”