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Corruption in Portimao and Portugal

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Re: Corruption in Portimao and Portugal

Post  bb1 on Tue Jul 05, 2016 3:24 pm

It's endless.

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Re: Corruption in Portimao and Portugal

Post  bb1 on Thu Jul 28, 2016 10:20 pm

Another one:

http://portugalresident.com/pj-inspector-%E2%80%9Ccouldn%E2%80%99t-resist%E2%80%9D-temptation-of-seven-million-euros-in-cash-discovered-in-cascais

Posted by PORTUGALPRESS on July 28, 2016
PJ inspector “couldn’t resist” temptation of seven million euros in cash discovered in Cascais basement


Details of the cash allegedly stolen by a PJ inspector attached to Lisbon’s crack anti-corruption squad have emerged today, with national tabloid Correio da Manhã explaining that the sight of seven million euros in two safes in a Cascais basement may have proved too much of a temptation.

The money - all confiscated as part of the Rota do Atlântico investigation into backhanders over oil and construction deals with the Republic of the Congo - was discovered by four PJ inspectors during the search of a house in the upmarket Quinta da Marinha area in February.

On the same day, police arrested former football promoter José Veiga, and businessman Paulo Santana Lopes - the brother of former PSD prime minister Pedro Santana Lopes.

But ownership of the money, even five months on, remains shrouded in confusion.

As CM explains, “neither Veiga, nor his associates, nor the Congolese finance minister Gilbert Ondongo” have claimed it.

With investigators busy trying to fit all the pieces of this massive puzzle together - readers may recall Veiga narrowly missed an opportunity to purchase Novo Banco Cape Verde (click here) - an informant threw yet another issue into the muddle.

CM claims the informant accompanied PJ inspector Emanuel Briosa to the money-filled basement in Quinta da Marinha, and saw him pocket a plastic-covered bundle containing 400 €500 notes with Italian serial numbers.

As the paper explains, siphoning off 200,000 euros among a stash of four million plus another 350 million in dollars could have been the perfect crime.

Indeed, Briosa is understood to have stolen the cash even before it was officially counted - making his alleged theft much more difficult to detect.

“But the colleague realised something was strange,” says CM - not really explaining what this was.

The tip-off to superiors was given, and months of hush-hush investigation ensued.

It did not take long before “outward signs of wealth” came to the surface, however.

Briosa purchased a café on the south of the river Tejo when he already had an apparent ‘lien’ on his earnings, CM explains.

Briosa was arrested on Tuesday and taken before magistrates on Wednesday.

CM says he confessed to having pocketed €40,000, but not to the full €200,000.

He has been remanded in custody to Évora jail, with the magistrate reportedly reminding him about another PJ inspector (Pereira Cristóvão) who “only confessed to his crimes after being sent to jail”.

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Re: Corruption in Portimao and Portugal

Post  Max on Thu Mar 02, 2017 7:42 pm



http://portugalresident.com/corrupt-cop-to-receive-%E2%82%AC400000-from-pj


Posted by portugalpress on March 01, 2017

Corrupt cop to receive €400,000 from PJ

In another extraordinary quirk of Portuguese justice, a former policeman handed a 12-year jail sentence for corruption has seen his bid for back-pay from the PJ upheld by judges at the supreme administrative court, so that the criminal police force now stands duty bound to hand him up to €400,000. The case has been progressing through the court system for two decades, explains Correio da Manhã this morning.

António Caetano was released from jail in 2001. His case rested on the ‘unfairness’ of the disciplinary punishment he received after being ‘ratted on’ by PJ colleagues.

Caetano’s conviction involved nine crimes of falsification of arrest warrants, 16 crimes of abuse of power and 13 of fraud.

But supreme administrative court judges have ruled that not only is Caetano eligible to receive back pay since his expulsion from the police force in 1994, but he should also be allowed to return to active duty.

CM concedes that this would almost automatically see him come up for retirement, for which he should also receive full pay.

The paper adds that the court ruling does not allow for any form of appeal. “The justice ministry will now have to pay the salaries (owing) to the condemned policeman”, it adds.






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Re: Corruption in Portimao and Portugal

Post  bb1 on Thu Mar 02, 2017 7:49 pm

another extraordinary quirk of Portuguese justice

I'm lost for words, Max, Portugal's 'justice system' appears to be being run by the inhabitants of a lunatic asylum.

Caetano’s conviction involved nine crimes of falsification of arrest warrants, 16 crimes of abuse of power and 13 of fraud.

What about his victims? Oh wait - they probably insulted his 'honour', or something.

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Re: Corruption in Portimao and Portugal

Post  lily on Thu Mar 02, 2017 8:32 pm

You could NOT make this up.
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Re: Corruption in Portimao and Portugal

Post  Max on Fri Mar 03, 2017 12:13 am

bb1 wrote:another extraordinary quirk of Portuguese justice

I'm lost for words, Max, Portugal's 'justice system' appears to be being run by the inhabitants of a lunatic asylum.

Caetano’s conviction involved nine crimes of falsification of arrest warrants, 16 crimes of abuse of power and 13 of fraud.

What about his victims? Oh wait - they probably insulted his 'honour', or something.


Despite having been convicted and imprisoned for all of those crimes :


" But supreme administrative court judges have ruled that not only is Caetano eligible to receive back pay since his expulsion from the police force in 1994, but he should also be allowed to return to active duty.."




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Re: Corruption in Portimao and Portugal

Post  bb1 on Fri Mar 03, 2017 9:46 am

Elements of the PJ and justice system appear to be not only in collusion, but totally above the law in Portugal.

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Re: Corruption in Portimao and Portugal

Post  bb1 on Mon Apr 17, 2017 10:20 pm

https://zap.aeiou.pt/funcionarios-da-pj-gnr-acusados-trafico-droga-corrupcao-156256

PJ and GNR officials accused of drug trafficking and corruption

Per ZAP - April 16, 2017

The Public Prosecutor filed a charge against 29 defendants, two of them from the Judiciary Police and another from the National Republican Guard, under the "Operation Achilles", for crimes of drug trafficking, criminal association and active and passive corruption.

One of the officers of the Judicial Police (PJ) is the Carlos Santos Dias reform coordinator, the other is the chief inspector of the National Unit for Combating Narcotic Drugs (UNCTE), Ricardo Macedo, while the GNR guard is the Detachment of Torres Vedras José Manuel Baltazar Silva.

According to the indictment, some of the defendants of the "Operation Achilles" were part of organized, transnational groups that were dedicated to drug trafficking and would have the support of those two PJ employees.

The two PJ staff illegitimately provided information on the ongoing investigations into drug trafficking offenses, through payment of cash consideration, the indictment indicates.

One of these PJ employees would still be assisted by the GNR cable of the Torres Vedras detachment José Manuel Baltazar Silva.

During the investigations, more than 900 kilograms of cocaine and 30 kilograms of hashish, several vehicles and cash values ​​amounting to several tens of thousands of euros were seized, the indictment said.

Nine of the defendants are subject to coercive measures involving deprivation of liberty. One is in pre-trial detention and the remaining eight, including the two PJ officers and the GNR corporal, are subject to the obligation to stay in the home with electronic surveillance.

Seven of the defendants now charged have not yet been questioned for being on the run, so arrest warrants have been issued so that they can be heard on judicial interrogation to enforce coercion measures.

In this investigation, the Public Ministry was assisted by the National Anti-Corruption Unit (UNCC) of the PJ.

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Suspected link of PJ inspector to drug trafficking dates back to 2006

Post  Max on Tue Apr 18, 2017 2:17 am


https://www.publico.pt/2017/04/17/sociedade/noticia/operacao-aquiles-suspeita-de-ligacao-de-inspector-da-pj-ao-narcotrafico-remonta-a-2006-1769050


Suspected link of PJ inspector to drug trafficking dates back to 2006

Carlos Dias Santos was accused of aggravated drug trafficking, a criminal association with a view to trafficking and passive corruption to commit an illegal act.


LUSA April 17, 2017, 18:01


The accusation of Operation Aquiles reveals that in October 2006, the Judicial Police already had information that showed "strong suspicions" of links from the criminal investigation coordinator of PJ Carlos Dias Santos to drug traffickers.

According to the indictment, which the Lusa agency had access to, between October 2006 and January 2007, elements of the Unit for Prevention and Technological Support (UPAT / PJ) transmitted to its hierarchy information resulting from surveillance and information gathering that "showed strong Suspicions of connections to the world of crime ", by Carlos Dias Santos

Carlos Dias dos Santos and the chief inspector of PJ Ricardo Macedo were accused of aggravated drug trafficking, a criminal association with a view to trafficking and passive corruption to commit an illegal act, under Operation Achilles, in which the Public Ministry accused 29 defendants.

According to the indictment, the 2006 indictment pointed to the connection of Carlos Dias Santos, the National Unit for Combating Trafficking in Narcotic Drugs (UNCTE), Jorge Manero de Lemos and the drug trafficking activity developed by the latter.

At the time, a covert agent of the PJ, during a meeting with a suspect of Paraguayan nationality, learned that the criminal organization that exported cocaine to the company of Torres Vedras "Terra Australis" "had an informant in the Judiciary Police" who Revealed the movements of the police in the fight against drug trafficking.

Also the US authorities told the PJ that one of its elements that collaborated with the criminal organizations of South America had the nickname of "the machine", fact that deepened the suspicions about Dias Santos by the same use many "You are a machine".

"This situation was so serious that the Drug Enforcement Administration [DEA] for lack of confidence was more than a year without collaborating with the PJ," reads the MP's order.

Dias Santos was removed from UNCTE and placed in the National Counter-Terrorism Unit (UNCT) and later retired. However, with the departure of Dias Santos, the information leaks did not stop, so it was suspected that there was someone from UNCTE to pass information to the criminal associations, now the suspicions about the chief inspector Ricardo Macedo are now on the way.

In 2013, the DEA liaison officer in Portugal advised a chief inspector of the PJ to have "attention and care in the transmission of information, because in the PJ, there were two employees who were not trustworthy," pointing out the names of Carlos Dias Santos And Ricardo Macedo.

According to the indictment, the two elements of the PJ, in addition to informing the criminal organizations they protected, through contacts with the alleged informers, sometimes received information from the same organizations regarding the traffic developed by "competing" organizations.

Carlos Dias Santos and Ricardo Macedo "sometimes used such information at UNCTE to do good services with drug seizures and thus credibility of the alleged informers" and to be recognized by their superiors.

In this case, the MP accused 29 defendants of drug trafficking, criminal association and corruption with a view to trafficking and passive corruption to commit illicit acts, including the GNR military officer José Baltazar da Silva and Frankelim Lobo, leader of the drug trafficking organization with residence In Malaga, Spain, but with an unknown whereabouts.






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Former PJ inspector suspected of frustrating operation with DEA

Post  Max on Thu Apr 20, 2017 2:59 am


http://www.dn.pt/sociedade/interior/ex-inspetor-da-pj-e-suspeito-de-ter-frustrado-operacao-com-a-dea-6226046.html


Former PJ inspector suspected of frustrating operation with DEA

APRIL 18, 2017
1:03 PM

Prosecutor charged 29 people in Operation Achilles for crimes of criminal association, corruption and drug trafficking

"La Maquina". It was at the end of 2007 that the US Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA), the US Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA), sent the nickname known to some criminal organizations in South America as an informant to PJ himself . This after a joint operation between the two police officers was frustrated by a "tip" that reached the traffickers, prompting them to cancel the shipment of the drug to Europe. Ten years later, the Public Prosecution Office considers that there is sufficient evidence to charge the informant "la maquina", Carlos Dias Santos, a former PJ inspector, and another suspect: Ricardo Macedo, chief inspector, who will also have collaborated with drug cartels.

The 2007 episode opens the indictment of prosecutors Vítor Magalhães, João Melo and Lígia Salbany of the Central Department of Investigation and Criminal Action against 29 defendants accused of crimes of criminal association, active and passive corruption, drug trafficking, among others.

In the indictment, the MP considers that the conduct of the defendants Carlos Dias dos Santos, the coordinator of the reformed criminal investigation, and Ricardo Macedo, the chief inspector still in office, "violated the loyalty demanded for their quality of PJ inspectors and infringed The rules and requirements of legality, objectivity, impartiality and independence ". Carlos Dias dos Santos and Ricardo Macedo are accused of aggravated drug trafficking, a criminal association with a view to trafficking and passive corruption to commit illicit acts. Another of the 29 defendants is the GNR military officer José Baltazar da Silva, who is responsible for aggravated drug trafficking and a criminal association aimed at drug trafficking.

Although there have been suspicions of links between the two Judiciary men for several years to the world of drug trafficking, only a few years ago a team from the National Anti-Corruption Unit of the Judicial Police investigated them thoroughly, crossing information from various processes and maintaining The suspects under tight, but discreet, vigilance. The impetus for the investigation will be based on new information given by the North Americans in 2013, clearly identifying Dias Santos and Ricardo Macedo as the "moles" of some drug traffickers, especially a Colombian group whose leader is known as "Papi."

One of the cases attributed to Ricardo Macedo is a trip made by this and another judicial inspector to Morocco in 2012, according to his own version, to contact an informant, a Raul Rosa, who had fled from Portugal, while serving a prison sentence and subject to electronic surveillance. It is that, at the same time of this trip, the PJ of Leiria was preparing a covert action to catch a shipment of drug and at the same time to arrest again Raul Rosa. Something that did not happen because, according to the prosecution, such a trip was only a pretext to inform the trafficker of the ongoing investigation.

As a result of the alleged collaboration with some trafficking networks, Dias Santos and Ricardo Macedo have received hundreds of thousands of euros for years. In fact, Dias Santos, being under house arrest under the Operation Achilles, did not restrain himself from buying a high-powered car. According to the Public Prosecutor's Office, the former inspector of the Judiciary simply had no declared income to do so. In fact, Carlos Dias Santos is still suspected of having resorted to the bank accounts of a godmother to conceal the origin of a few thousand euros that will have been handed to him by the traffickers.

Yesterday, contacted by DN, lawyer Carlos Melo Alves, who represents Dias Santos, told DN that it is most likely to request the opening of the instruction, since "according to my client", he said, "the facts described do not correspond to the truth". DN sought to listen to Rodrigo Santiago, Ricardo Macedo's lawyer, but this was not possible.

The UNCC investigation also detected several money inflows into Ricardo Macedo's bank accounts. At the same time, police found that the former chief inspector only suspected that he was under investigation, and that he began making frequent movements with his bank card, something that had not happened until then, indicating that he would have access to cash. After the DCIAP indictment, the case will be heard at the Central Criminal Investigation Court.




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PJ inspector protects drug trafficker

Post  Max on Thu Apr 20, 2017 3:04 am



http://www.cmjornal.pt/portugal/detalhe/inspector-da-pj-protege-traficante-de-droga?ref=HP_Grupo1


PJ inspector protects drug trafficker

He pretended that the wanted man was his informant and that he was going to surrender. Falsified report.


By Sérgio A. Vitorino | 1:30 p.m.


Ricardo Macedo is accused of corruption, drug trafficking and criminal association, after investigating the PJ himself. Inspector-in-chief is arrested at home

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Re: Corruption in Portimao and Portugal

Post  Max on Sat Apr 22, 2017 6:19 pm



https://sol.sapo.pt/artigo/559530/droga-inspetor-chefe-da-pj-denuncia-diretor-nacional


April 22, 2017

Damn it. PJ chief inspector denounces national director

Chief Inspector of the PJ, accused of drug trafficking last week, denounced that the PJ National Director has requested the legalization of an illegal immigrant at the request of an informant.

This situation and the description of crimes that happen inside the PJ left the prosecutors and the judge Carlos Alexandre stupefied.

About a year ago the former coordinator of the Dias Santos Judicial Police, Inspector Ricardo Macedo and Corporal GNR Baltazar Silva, were arrested, suspected of drug trafficking, criminal association and corruption. It was early April 2016.

Hours later, in the courtroom of the Central Criminal Investigation Court, where, besides Judge Carlos Alexandre, the prosecutors of the Central Department of Investigation and Criminal Action João Melo and Lígia Salbany did not stop arriving serious denunciations, which until today had been closed Inside those four walls.

Parts of this interrogation, which later came to the attention of the Court of Appeal in the appeals filed by the defendants, reveal secrets, alleged irregularities committed by the national leadership, benefits that are given to police detained and the ease with which they enter Of the premises of the PJ and if they rob 33 mobile phones that are the proof of a crime.

Read the full article in the printed edition of SOL, already on the newsstands





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Post  bb1 on Sat Apr 22, 2017 6:32 pm

What a shower they are!

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PJ chiefs in the hands of drug barons

Post  Max on Sat Apr 22, 2017 6:35 pm


http://www.cmjornal.pt/portugal/detalhe/chefes-da-pj-nas-maos-de-baroes-da-droga


PJ chiefs in the hands of drug barons

Chief Inspector Ricardo Macedo and former coordinator Dias Santos accused of receiving thousands of trafficking networks.


By João Tavares | 15.04.17


Their mission was to combat drug trafficking at the highest level in Portugal. But according to the indictment of the Public Ministry, Chief Inspector Ricardo Macedo and former coordinator Dias Santos of the Judiciary received tens of thousands of euros from traffickers.

The bribes served to buy information about future operations of the PJ aimed at the trafficking networks.

The two PJ officials are on the list of 29 defendants now charged by the Public Prosecutor's Office for trafficking, criminal association and active and passive corruption.

In this list there is also José da Silva, chief captain of the GNR of Torres Vedras, accomplice of Ricardo Macedo.

The three policemen are under house arrest. And there are still seven fugitive defendants, all of them traffickers.

In the course of the Achilles operation, Both Dias Santos - already in the reform - like Ricardo Macedo maintained close relations with some barons of the drug, namely Franquelim Lobo and Manuel Manero. The former coordinator Dias Santos would even receive a covenant to provide information to the suspects.

The authorities detected large tens of thousands of euros in bank accounts of the two elements of the PJ, well above the gains made by each one.

The provision of this information would have harmed - and even aborted - a number of operations targeting trafficking networks.





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Re: Corruption in Portimao and Portugal

Post  lily on Sat Apr 22, 2017 7:21 pm

What a shower!  mad
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Judge frees ex-coordinator and former chief inspector of PJ, accused of drug trafficking

Post  Max on Sun Aug 20, 2017 11:01 pm



http://www.jornaleconomico.sapo.pt/noticias/juiz-liberta-ex-coordenador-e-antigo-inspetor-chefe-da-pj-acusados-de-trafico-de-droga-196279


Judge frees ex-coordinator and former chief inspector of PJ, accused of drug trafficking


Tamara Lopes
08 Aug 2017


The former coordinator of the Judicial Police (PJ) and the former chief inspector, who were under house arrest with an electronic bracelet, following the indictment of drug trafficking and corruption, are on the list of the nine defendants who were released today.

The lawyer of the former coordinator of the PJ, Carlos Melo Alves, told Lusa that the decision to release the defendants was from Judge Carlos Alexandre, due to the maximum time of pre-trial detention until the investiture decision, to end on the 13th of this month. And as the preliminary ruling will not be known before the deadline, the judge today determined, once again, the beginning of the investigation debate at the Central Criminal Court for September 1 in Monsanto Court, that the defendants under house arrest And preventive "were immediately" released.

According to the news agency, which had access to the 'Operation Achilles' accusation, in October 2006, the PJ already had strong indications of suspected links of Carlos Dias Santos to the drug traffickers, evidences that arose from information resulting from Surveillance and collection of information that "showed strong suspicions of links to the world of crime", the former coordinator of the PJ, the National Unit to Combat Trafficking in Narcotic Drugs (UNCTE), with Jorge Manero de Lemos and his trafficking activity damn it.

A disguised PJ agent was able to determine at the time, through a meeting with a suspect of Paraguayan nationality, that the criminal organization that exported cocaine to Terras Australis, a company in Torres Vedras, "had an informant in the Judicial Police" While the United States authorities (DEA) informed the PJ that the element that collaborated with drug trafficking organizations had the nickname "la machine", one of the facts that led them to Dias Santos, by the significant use of the term " You are a machine. "

The two elements of the PJ also used information that the criminal organizations protected by them advanced on "competing" organizations, using the same information "in UNCTE to do good services with drug seizures and thus to give credence to the alleged informants."

The Public Prosecutor's Office accused 29 people accused of drug trafficking, criminal association and corruption with a view to trafficking and passive corruption to commit illicit acts, including the military of GNR José Baltazar da Silva and Frankelim Lobo, leader of the organization Of drug trafficking with residence in Málaga, Spain, but with an unknown whereabouts, concludes the Portuguese news agency.






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Re: Corruption in Portimao and Portugal

Post  bb1 on Mon Aug 21, 2017 10:15 am

'Portuguese justice' is a sick joke.

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Post  Pedro Silva on Mon Aug 21, 2017 11:04 am

this is no surprise to me.
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