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The diference between amaral and a REAL cop.

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The diference between amaral and a REAL cop.

Post by vee8 on Mon Dec 28, 2009 12:20 am

http://thehoundingofthemccans.blogspot.com/2009/12/phoenix-cops-hit-ground-running-when.html

Phoenix Cops Hit The Ground Running When A Child Went Missing, Amaral Couldn't Drag Himself Away From His Drinking Buddies When A Child Went Missing


As soon as it became obvious that Natalie had been snatched an Amber Alert went out throughout the States of America and Phoenix Law Enforcement Hit The Ground Running And Never Gave Up Looking.
The Chief of Police turned in to make sure everything possible that could be done; was being done to find the child.
However, his presence was unnecessary, his foot soldiers knew the drill and were already marching to the same beat.
They knew the golden hours of finding the child unharmed would pass quickly and there wasn't a moment to waste.
Seven hours later, an officer spotted a vehicle and driver that resembled the description of the suspect and even though the license plate differed from reports he wasn't taking any chances and gave chase. The little girl Natalie was recovered alive and well.

Stark Contrast to May 2007 when a little British girl went missing in Portugal isn't it.
The Police Chief couldn't drag himself away from the bar and his buddies.....the National guard went home after 4 hours....the border was left wide to all as was the harbor and the only sense of urgency came from the parents and their friends.
In actual fact, no serious action was taken by law enforcement until later that morning; by then, it was in my opinion way too late to achieve a good result for the child.

I have read where Senor Amaral has said it isn't an officers obligation to achieve results....only to try his best. In my country our Law Enforcement's Motto is 'To Protect And Serve'.
When it comes to a missing child, they go above and beyond the call of duty, knowing they could be that child's only hope of survival and they, never give up.

No, our boys are not the golden boys in many things but, when it comes to children suffering or missing, they are the best on the earth. Why, because many of them have children of their own and they know how they would feel if one of their little ones went missing.

Pity Senor Amaral didn't think if, even just for a moment, more of the child and less for his drink.
Who knows, I might not be sitting here writing this and the little girl Madeleine would be just a distant memory of a child who was lost but found.
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Re: The diference between amaral and a REAL cop.

Post by Rosie on Mon Dec 28, 2009 2:47 am

Spot on!

Amaral is a failure yes, but he is more than that, many people fail, it is not necessarily because they are bad people, but I believe Amaral is not only bad, I believe he is evil.

He stayed drinking with his pals in a bar, when all hell was breaking loose on his patch. Panic and mayhem and in the middle a little girl was lost and vulnerable and Goncalo Amaral thought that was of no real importance, certainly not important enough to tear him away from his drinking session with his pals!

This single act of Goncalo Amaral's held the gravest of consequences for little Madeleine and her family.

It meant that he did not go to the scene and take control, this meant that everything and anything and anyone that could have helped find Madeleine, were given a green light to disappear.

We on this forum and on our blog have been highlighting this one issue for what seems like an eternity, we have been trying to get people to take notice and to realise how significant this one single act of Goncalo Amaral's actually was.

The most alarming thing is that not only did Amaral NOT attend and take control of the scene on the evening and night of Thursday May 3rd 2007, he did NOT attend the scene the next day or the day after, or the day after that, in fact he did not attend the scene until some THREE months afterwards, when he at last decided to make the apartment a scene of crime!

How significant was Amaral NOT turning up to take control of the investigation and the scene of crime?



  • The "Golden Hours" were lost, and everything that is usually done inside these golden hours was lost too.
  • Roads in and out of Praia da Luz remained open and police were not checking vehicles for Madeleine.
  • Borders remained open and were not informed there had been an abduction.
  • Marinas and Ports were not informed, boats were allowed to come and go freely, Madeleine could have been taken out like this.
  • The ferry port at Tarifa in Southern Spain just a few hours drive from Praia da Luz were not informed. There is a strong possibility that Madeleine could have been taken over to Africa by her abductors from this port.
  • Airports were not informed.
  • A failure to preserve the crime scene in and around the hotel where Madeleine was staying
  • A senior policeman said "the scene was worst preserved he had witnessed in his career"
  • Failure to put into place an incident room, a nerve center into which all information should have been reported and processed and incident room should have been made in the holiday complex
  • All staff and holiday makers should have been prevented from leaving the complex until their details were taken and processed
  • A lack of house-to-house enquiries in the early days when potential witnesses were still likely to be in the small holiday village.
  • The lack of specialist fingertip searches of the streets around the hotel. This, combined with the lack of a police cordon, meant forensic evidence from the abductor was likely to have been lost.
  • A failure to search every flat and home in Praia da Luz. Those that were unoccupied or shut up should have been opened as soon as possible with the consent of their owners.
  • Madeleine was likely to have been kept close to the hotel after her abduction.


The above are just a few of the procedures that should have been put into place immediately detectives arrived on the scene after Madeleine had been reported as missing, you can see for yourselves just how vital it was that someone headed this investigation and took charge, especially when you consider there were added complications of a language barrier.
It is inconceivable that Goncalo Amaral preferred to stay drinking with his pals, while the abductors of a little girl were give a green light to get away with her.

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Re: The diference between amaral and a REAL cop.

Post by dianeh on Mon Dec 28, 2009 11:03 am

The litany of 'mistakes' is indeed a long one. Rudimentary mistakes that even the GNR were questioning. It is hard to believe that a supposedly senior and experienced detective could make such simple, basic errors in the investigation.

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Re: The diference between amaral and a REAL cop.

Post by Rosie on Mon Dec 28, 2009 12:06 pm

Question is Diane, did he make these errors accidentally or did he make them "accidentally" on purpose?

After all he brags 30 years as a criminal investigator!

I remember two GNR talking to a UK redtop, I think it was the Mirror and the paper withheld the names but the paper did say they had the names and addresses of the two guards, they reported that they had looked to the PJ for direction and one of the GNR had even said about making the apartment a crime scene and the PJ ignored them! They got no direction or orders from the PJ, whom they spoke of as their superiors whom they assumed would know all about these things!

Where was Amaral? Boozing it up with his mates!

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Post by dianeh on Mon Dec 28, 2009 9:06 pm

Rosie

This is the part I dont understand about those that 'support' Amaral.

He is either the most incompetent cop on the PJ, or he is corrupt. There is really nothing else that explains that litany of errors.

He cannot even be considered remotely competent, yet there are idiots like Morais and Bennett claiming he is some sort of Columbo or Poirot. He doesnt even rate as a Cluseau.

I have yet to hear from MOrais or Bennett just why Amaral never attended the crime scene, why he never interviewed the McCanns, why invoked the secrecy law, etc etc etc. They just conveniently gloss over all of the shortcomings of the investigation, like they dont matter. When in fact, they do matter and are the very reason why Amaral is reponsible for Madeleine not being found. He was in charge, so all the shortcomings of the initial investigation are his. The buck stops with him.
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Re: The diference between amaral and a REAL cop.

Post by Catkins on Tue Dec 29, 2009 12:48 am

I've always worried that there have been far too many mistakes in this " investigation " to be natural.
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Re: The diference between amaral and a REAL cop.

Post by maria theresa on Thu Dec 31, 2009 7:05 am

How can someone claim to be "leading" an investigation into the disappearance of a child and yet never even speaks to the parents?

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Re: The diference between amaral and a REAL cop.

Post by vee8 on Thu Dec 31, 2009 8:17 am

maria theresa wrote:How can someone claim to be "leading" an investigation into the disappearance of a child and yet never even speaks to the parents?

Good question, but one I'll wager amaral is reluctant to answer!
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