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What you call a “minefield of flyers” is a serious, professional and ethically oriented, non-tabloid coverage of the sad event of Madeleine abduction. I’ll make available, at my web page (Gazeta Digital), within a couple of hours, headlines and highlights of the Portuguese Press from the last days, with pictures of front pages and links to the stories online.
This may allow British viewers and readers to have a conclusion about how wrong you are, with your racist comments, more proper from a member the Schutzstaffel.
You, Mr. Martin Blunt, are a good(?) example of those howling blood-thirsty British tabloid journalists, willing to kill – or let someone be killed – to have a story. That’s ok with me, as you keep this low form of life inside your country and don’t export it to Portugal.
Most of the British journalists, reporting from Algarve, behave as if they were following a National Geographic expedition to study the not-so-long-ago-cannibal tribes in the deep jungles of New-Guinea. But you, Mr. Martin Blunt and the journalists and editors of Daily Mail and the Telegraph.com, went a little further and showed how strong is your fidelity to the ideas of the author of “Der Mythus des Zwanzigsten Jahrhunderts" [The Myth of the XX Century].
Hope you are aware that this post is what is considered, both in British Law and Portuguese Law, an offensive remark, made through the media (aggravated circumstance…). Now, it’s not the right moment to do it, but I can promise you that, once Madeleine McCann case is closed – and I hope, with Maddy being reunited with her parents – you will heard, not from me, but from my solicitor. And probably, also from a few other solicitors from many other Portuguese journalists…”
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(*) This is a copy of the comment I posted, several hours ago, at the Blog of Mr. Martin Brunt. As I expected, it wasn't published, until now (13 May 2007, 11:35 pm). And at the bottom of the Blog, there is, now, a single comment and a revealing message:
"Comments: Extraordinary to say the very least! Posted by: Khalid 1 May 2007 18:40:04 - The comments to this entry are closed.
UPDATE: The above reference is wrong. The post I refered to is still open for comments, but my comment wasn't yet published, until now (11:53 pm, May 13 2007). I made a mistake and looked at the bottom of another post (Terror And Coincidence) instead of looking at the post I mentioned (Source Of Sources)