The Love Spirits - The Little Girls who came from the Stars

Author:

Downloads: 898

Pages: 164

Published: 3 years ago

Rating: Rated: 2 times Rate It

  • 1 star
  • 2 stars
  • 3 stars
  • 4 stars
  • 5 stars
Book Description HTML

The Love Spirits - The Little Girls who came from the Stars (As meninas que vieram das estrelas) is a fantastic adventure book which includes nonfictional facts. The author has created a marvelous Love story, making use of his knowledge of more than 10 years of study of Parapsychology and Paranormal sciences in general, as well as of important information gathered during the investigations he has participated in concerning the kidnappings of Joana Cipriano and Madeleine McCann. The book was written in special memory of the three wonderful children with whom and for whom the author has worked more: Francesca Orofino, Joana Cipriano, and Madeleine McCann.About the Author: Marcos Aragao Correia was, during about 5 years (until the end of 2012), the Lawyer of the mother of the Portuguese kidnapped and murdered little girl Joana Cipriano, abducted in the Algarve just about 12 miles from where Madeleine McCann was kidnapped. He also worked with the Spanish private detectives agency Método 3, which was the main agency contracted by Madeleine parents to search for their daughter. Marcos Aragao Correia, with the institutional support of the Portuguese Lawyers Order and of Amnesty International, was able to prove in courts that his constituent Leonor Maria Domingos Cipriano was brutally tortured by several portuguese police officers, torture perpetrated with the objective of forcing her to emit false confessions. Goncalo de Sousa Amaral, chief of the police responsible for the State investigations over the disappearances of the children Joana Cipriano and Madeleine McCann, was convicted to a 1 year and 6 months jail sentence for perjury crime related with the brutal torture that Leonor Cipriano was a victim.

ABOUT THE AUTHOR

Marcos Aragao Correia

Marcos Aragao Correia was, during about 5 years (until the end of 2012), the Lawyer of the mother of the Portuguese kidnapped and murdered little girl Joana Cipriano, abducted in the Algarve just about 12 miles from where Madeleine McCann was kidnapped. He also worked with the Spanish private detectives agency Método 3, which was the main agency contracted by Madeleine's parents to search for their daughter. Marcos Aragao Correia, with the institutional support of the Portuguese Lawyers Order and of Amnesty International, was able to prove in courts that his constituent Leonor Maria Domingos Cipriano was brutally tortured by several portuguese police officers, torture perpetrated with the objective of forcing her to emit false confessions. Goncalo de Sousa Amaral, chief of the police responsible for the State investigations over the disappearances of the children Joana Cipriano and Madeleine McCann, was convicted to a 1 year and 6 months jail sentence for perjury crime related with the brutal torture that Leonor Cipriano was a victim. Marcos Aragao Correia is the Author of the Book "The Love Spirits - The Little Girls who came from the Stars", launched on the 08 of December of 2010 in the Art gallery Galeria dos Prazeres (Madeira, Portugal).

Other books by author...

  • As Meninas que Vieram das Estrelas
    As Meninas que Vieram das Estrelas International by Marcos Aragao Correia
    As Meninas que Vieram das Estrelas
    As Meninas que Vieram das Estrelas

    Reads:
    3967

    Pages:
    149

    Published:
    Apr 2011

    The little girls that came from the stars is a fantastic adventure book which includes non-fictional facts. The author has created a marvellous Love story, ma...

    Formats: PDF, Epub, Kindle, TXT

You may also like...

  • The Curse Ends: The story of the 2016 Chicago Cubs
    The Curse Ends: The story of the 2016 Chicago Cubs General Non Fiction by Jeff Attinella
    The Curse Ends: The story of the 2016 Chicago Cubs
    The Curse Ends: The story of the 2016 Chicago Cubs

    Reads:
    46

    Pages:
    25

    Published:
    Oct 2017

    Relive the heartbreak, the infamous Curse of the Billy Goat and the glorious return to the best team in baseball as the Cubs won the 2016 World Series! A "mus...

    Formats: PDF, Epub, Kindle

  • Poverty And Homelessness
    Poverty And Homelessness General Non Fiction by Bassam Imam
    Poverty And Homelessness
    Poverty And Homelessness

    Reads:
    68

    Pages:
    89

    Published:
    Sep 2017

    Poverty and homelessness are phenomenons that have been around for thousands of years, affecting both humans and former pets (Strays), from the Ancient Egypti...

    Formats: PDF, Epub, Kindle

  • Briery Knob
    Briery Knob General Non Fiction by Jerry Nelson
    Briery Knob
    Briery Knob

    Reads:
    163

    Pages:
    24

    Published:
    Aug 2017

    “Briery Knob” is the story of a double murder in the backwaters of West Virginia, a town which closed ranks around the slayer and a serial killer who hatched ...

    Formats: PDF, Epub, Kindle

  • Torture and Brutality
    Torture and Brutality General Non Fiction by Bassam Imam
    Torture and Brutality
    Torture and Brutality

    Reads:
    215

    Pages:
    274

    Published:
    Jul 2017

    Torture and brutality have been a great nemesis for humanity from time immemorial. It may come in various forms including physical, mental, sexual, mass expu...

    Formats: PDF, Epub, Kindle, TXT