Tuesday, 2 November 2010

Amaral Concludes. If the laboratory results are positive, and only in that case, we will have our proof.



In his own book. Amaral gives the conditions he and his collegues set to determine proof. Lets examine the statements he has made before the forensics analysis.

Source, Truth of the Lie.
INITIAL CONCLUSIONS

English and Portuguese police get together to analyse the results of Eddie and Keela's searches.

- What we can deduce at this stage is that only the McCanns are implicated. The dogs did not detect blood or cadaver odour other than with them.

- From now on we have the certainty that there was a body behind the sofa before being taken into the parents' bedroom.

- If the blood found behind the sofa is that of the little girl, we can assume that she died there.

- That could explain why the sofa was pushed up against the curtains.

- In Madeleine's bedroom and on her bed, there was no cadaver odour.

- On the other hand, the odour on the soft toy indicates that she was holding it when she died....

These conclusions do not, for the moment, constitute proof. If the laboratory results are positive, and only in that case, we will have our proof.


The final statement made by Amaral is the most profound and alarming!!

"These conclusions do not, for the moment, constitute proof. If the laboratory results are positive, and only in that case, we will have our proof "

The results were NOT positive and therefore you have NO proof Sr Amaral. By your own conditions you have no proof of death and that single statement you made yourself confirms that your thesis is undermined completely and you undermined it yourself!!

Forensic scientist, John Lowe of the FSS concluded the following regarding the results of what the dog's indicated.:

What we need to consider, as scientists, is whether the match is genuine and legitimate; because Madeline has deposited DNA as a result of being in the car or whether Madeline merely appears to match the result by chance. The individual components in Madeline's profile are not unique to her, it is the specific combination of 19 components that makes her profile unique above all others. Elements of Madeline's profile are also present within the the profiles of many of the scientists here in Birmingham, myself included. It's important to stress that 50% of Madeline's profile will be shared with each parent. It is not possible, in a mixture of more than two people, to determine or evaluate which specific DNA components pair with each other. Namely, we cannot separate the components out into 3 individual DNA profiles.

Therefore, we cannot answer the question: is the match genuine or is a chance match.

The same applies to any result that is quoted as being too complex for meaningful inclusion/interpretation

What questions will we never be able to answer with LCN DNA profiling?

When was the DNA deposited?
How was the DNA deposited?
What body fluid(s) does the DNA originate from?
Was a crime committed?
http://www.gerrymccannsblogs.co.uk/PJ/LEGAL_SUMMARY.htm

The laboratory results were not conclusive and therefore there is NO proof of death, let alone a match to Madeleine in the dogs alerts.