I don't see what's inflammatory about examining the so-called "evidence" (or rather the lack of it) and wondering if there may have been a miscarriage of justice. That is, after all, what this forum is about... isn't it?
If there has been a miscarriage, then two people are serving long sentences for crimes that they didn't commit and whoever really is responsible for whatever happened to her is still out there thereby placing other children at potential risk. And, at the end of the day, there is a missing child whose fate and whereabouts still remain unknown.
Had the Madeleine McCann case never occurred, it is highly unlikely many of us would have even heard of Joana Cipriano, let alone been concerned about the conviction of her parents. But Madeleine did happen and many of the characters who were so vocal in the prosecution of Leonor & Joao popped up again being equally vocal against the parents of a missing child, promoting lies & innuendo.
As Carana said, the missing child was of secondary importance to the PJ. Securing a conviction was the main priority, even if there may have been no crime committed.
It is difficult to prove the truth in any case where so many lies abound. It is equally difficult for us in the UK to condemn the Portuguese justice system when our own is severely flawed. The present disclosure of the investigation surrounding the death of little Poppi Worthington leaves another nasty taste in the mouth.