For viewers in Britain is has been dubbed in English with a tribute saying 'Many thanks to Joana Morias in Portugal for translation.'It opens with a bold statement: 'The documentary the Mc Canns don't want you to watch!
Huge red letters than flash onto screen: 'BANNED'- emphasising: 'Banned by the Mc Canns in September 2009' followed by: 'Decision: Overturned on October 19th 2011 by a High Court judge.'Earlier this month Portuguese Supreme Court judges ruled against the Mc Canns last-ditch appeal over Mr Amaral's 2008 book - and said the lifting of their status as 'arguidos' - or formal suspects - did not mean they were innocent.
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Kate and Gerry Mc Cann may sue Portuguese detective Goncalo Amaral over his 'nonsense' You Tube documentary about their daughter Madeleine's disappearance.
'It is based on the former Portuguese police chief's best-selling book The Truth of the Lie, which the Mc Canns complained was libellous but which Portugal's Supreme Court ruled on appeal was not.Unsuspecting viewers are invited to count how many times basketball players pass the ball to each other.