Speaking on the upcoming book, family spokesman Clarence Mitchell said on Sunday: "If Mr Amaral's current book about Madeleine or any new one he may be planning to write is published here in the UK Kate and Gerry's lawyers will take immediate action. He added: "If he thinks his old or new book will appear here he'll have another think coming. According to a source in Portugal, Amaral is confident his sequel could be a "big hit". The insider told the Mail Online: "Mr Amaral knows that the world is fascinated with the Maddie story and her parents.
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Documentary BANNED by the McCanns (Overturned) Truth of the Lie - Gonçalo Amaral
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Kate and Gerry McCann warn ex-cop Goncalo Amaral not to publish his new book in Britain
Amaral made the the child's parents Kate and Gerry "arguidos" - or official suspects - in the case before he was sacked for astonishing public attacks on his British counterparts. Gonalo Amaral is a retired detective who led the initial hunt when three-year-old Madeleine McCann went missing from the Ocean Club holiday complex in Praia da Luz on May 3, - 12 years ago. He was removed as head of the investigation after criticising British detectives and claiming they were only following leads the McCanns asked them to pursue. Amaral has remained an outspoken critic of British police and the McCanns and has repeatedly claimed Gerry and Kate killed their daughter. He released a book and subsequent TV documentary called The Truth Of The Lie in which he cruelly alleged the McCanns faked Maddie's abduction to cover their tracks after she had been accidentally killed. Once one of Portugal's most senior detectives, since retiring he has moved back to the tough Lisbon suburb of Olivais where he grew up. In May, he claimed Maddie could have been abducted by a paedo who was close to her family without them ever knowing.
The Truth of the Lie by Gonçalo Amaral