President Barack Obama has signed into law new legislation protecting US writers from foreign libel judgements. The Speech Act, recently passed by Congress, makes foreign libel rulings virtually unenforceable in US courts.
According to the British press in May 2007, a former British paratrooper, Colin Sahlke, went to Praia da Luz to search for Madeleine McCann. He sold his possessions and gave up his job and his rented home to finance the search. Under strange circumstances almost 3 years later, Sahlke suddenly died in bed on April 19, 2010.
In this radio interview, Philomena McCann just doesn’t know when to keep quiet. Talking too much doesn’t help at all. Or does it? Listen for yourself how she quickly corrects herself after saying that the twins haven’t been told where Madeleine is. Staggering stuff.
David Hughes talking to the press outside the McCann’s home in Rothley shortly after they fled Portugal. He emphasises that they will not be using the Fund for any legal costs. However, the first set of accounts show clearly that a considerable sum of money was spent on legal costs. Add this lie to the long and increasing list of McCann lies.
Interviewed a week after the dogs were brought in and blood traces were found, the McCanns did this interview. Does Gerry give a little Freudian Slip here when he mentions murder? Look at his tell-tale “gulp” near the end.