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Post by Pedro Silva on Sun Feb 27, 2011 12:16 am

http://amaralfiction.blogspot.com/2011/02/can-we-trust-these-files.html


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Post by Pedro Silva on Sun Feb 27, 2011 12:59 am

The answer is no, because it comes from a liar / amaral, the answer is no. About "Amaral sent a pair of duplicate pyjamas, pristine and unworn, to the forensic laboratory. Why he did that is an intriguing question in itself, and perhaps, one deserving of an article in its own", I have my opinion: with the purpose of trying to prove is fantasy theory, then, to write it at his book of lies.

About "The first thing to note is the date. 15 March 2007, some six weeks before the McCanns arrived in Portgual", if this is accurate, then, it raises too many suspicions / questions about the date.

About "The pyjamas are composed of two pieces, a camisole without buttons and half length sleeves, pink in colour with designs and letters and white trousers with floral motifs (small), on the right leg there is a design (smaller size) that is the same as the design on the camisole. The pyjamas being sent are ?equal? in make, model, size, colours and designs and presumably texture, as those the girl was wearing at the moment of her disappearance", I have a question: why did amaral sent it to the forensics lab, if that was not the pyjama Madeleine used when she was abducted (because she carried the pyjama with her, because the abductor had no time to change her pyjama for another) which had no traces of the child in that pyjama sent by amaral to the lab? That is weird. Again it raises too many questions about it.

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Post by dianeh on Wed Mar 02, 2011 11:54 am

Pedro

Sorry I am so late answering but I have given this a little bit of thought and the answer to why the new pj's were sent to the lab, is so that it can be used to determine if those type of pj's were ever on Madeleine. Forensics of the sheets etc (had they been sent and not sent to the laundry) may have provided threads for comparison. Sending an identical set gives the forensic lab the right fabric for comparisons. It would be used as a control sample.

So although no threads were collected for forensic examination (as the letter from the Forensic Lab shows), Amaral may have thought that he would 'find' threads somewhere in the future.

The dates are simply a typo IMO, nothing to get concerned about.

Of greater concern is that Amaral was expecting (implied by his action of sending the pj's for analsysi, although forgetting to say what he wanted done) to 'find' threads for matching purposes. I wonder where he thought he would find them.
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