Sunday, 16 September 2007

Jacqui Smith & Suspect

Jacqui Smith (retouched to emphasize her defective vision) and Chief Inspector Goncalo Amaral (untouched)On the left you have Jacqui Smith, our own Home Secretary, and on the right you have the suspect: Chief Inspector Goncalo Amaral, showing his hairy chest and crucifix. Been to confession lately, Goncal? It was Jacqui Smith's idiotic announcement of her satisfaction with the Portuguese police' handling of the Madeleine McCann case that gave the green light to the suspect and his cronies to persecute Kate McCann and try their evil best to implicate her in Madeleine's abduction. Still satisfied, Jacqui? Still looking forward to your hols in the Algarve?
Resign, resign, resign!

2 Comments:

At 17/11/08, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Abduction??
What abduction?
Please point me to any proff of one.
Care to comment on the sniffer dog's findings?

 
At 17/11/08, Blogger Coxsoft Art said...

Research in the USA showed that corpse-sniffer dogs were wrong 9 times out of 10. In a high-profile US case which relied on the "evidence" of sniffer dogs where no corpse had been found, the judge kicked the case out of court. Such dogs might be useful in finding a corpse, but just because they wag their tails at the alleged scene of a crime doesn't prove anything. They might have caught a whiff of a bitch on heat.

As for proof of Madeleine's abduction, do you need proof that she ever existed in the first place?

As for CI Goncalo Amaral, we know how he extracted a confession of guilt from the mother of a lost child. According to UK newspapers, which published her photo after she'd "fallen down a flight of stairs", hours of torture included forcing her to kneel on broken glass. So long as she remains in jail, we know that Portuguese justice is crap.

 

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