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'Baton attack' policeman faces jail

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Re: 'Baton attack' policeman faces jail

Post  Pedro Silva on Fri May 29, 2015 11:02 am

bb1, I agree with you.
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Re: 'Baton attack' policeman faces jail

Post  bb1 on Fri Aug 28, 2015 9:11 pm

http://observador.pt/2015/08/28/leiria-inspetor-da-pj-18-arguidos-vao-julgados/

Leiria: PJ inspector among 18 defendants who will be tried
08/28/2015, 14:54
The inspector, who was "in the section that investigates theft, trafficking and addiction car" would receive monthly payments of EUR 1500 of defendants not to investigate its activity.


An inspector of the Judicial Police (PJ) is among the 18 defendants on trial will start in September, the Judicial Court of Leiria, following an investigation for theft, tampering and recetação car made by GNR.

The inspector of the Criminal Investigation Department of Leiria PJ, suspended functions are attributed crimes of bribery and criminal association.

According to the order of indictment, confirmed by an investigating judge, the inspector, who was "in the section that investigates theft, trafficking and addiction car" would receive monthly payments of 1,500 euros two defendants (which had held in the past) not to investigate the activity of those and warn them of any investigation of the PJ. The value doubled at Christmas, Easter and birthday inspector.

On trial will also be dozens of crimes of theft, simple and qualified, aggravated document forgery, drug trafficking, fire means of transport, bribery, gun possession and prohibited recetação.

In the order reads that six defendants agreed to proceed to the subtraction to the owners of vehicles that were finding the country, then proceed to their sale to third parties, whole or in parts after dismantling.

Two of these elements were allegedly responsible for giving instructions to the other on, for example, the characteristics of the vehicles to steal, when it should occur, by whom and how to do it.

The instructions included the expected "after the subtractions in order to ascertain whether the vehicles had Locator", its storage location and eventual dismantling, or placing different assignment.

After the "waiting period", the defendants stole vehicles led us to a warehouse and a residence, both in Mira de Aire, Porto de Mos, and for a sucateira in São Mamede, Batalha.

The subtraction of the vehicles occurred at least October 2013 to September 2014, referred to Public Prosecution (MP), which lists more than 40 thefts occurred between February and September last year in several districts.

The MP believes that these six accused and three, including the inspector of the PJ, were part of an organization "aimed at the practice of crimes of theft to vehicles", headed by the two elements that gave the instructions and alleged mischief.

Several times, the meetings between these two elements and the inspector, in which the amounts were delivered and this is reported should be "alert" or "rested", stemmed a restaurant in São Mamede.

The man who was exploring the establishment, "an intermediary for combination of meetings," circulated in a stolen vehicle and false registrations. Was suspected in a survey investigated by the inspector who was the defendant not by those facts, says the MP.

The MP reports also delivering a GNR information report to the PJ, the inspector received and the next day, he called one of the alleged payers. The report called for any information about the others involved.

Of the defendants, aged 22 and 73, three are pretrial detainees and another forced to remain at home.

The trial, with 103 witnesses, is scheduled to start September 16.



The inspector, who was "in the section that investigates theft, trafficking and addiction car" would receive monthly payments of EUR 1500 of defendants not to investigate its activity.


We never did hear any explanation for that GNR officer, who was on duty when Madeleine was abducted, suddenly finding a small fortune in his bank account, did we?

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Re: 'Baton attack' policeman faces jail

Post  lily on Fri Aug 28, 2015 10:30 pm

No we didn't Bonny.  Pcorneater
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Re: 'Baton attack' policeman faces jail

Post  lily on Fri Aug 28, 2015 10:42 pm

Blooming heck.  Talk about acting like the Mafia.....
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Maddie Case: GNR suspected of receiving 120 thousand euros

Post  Max on Sat Aug 29, 2015 2:50 am


" We never did hear any explanation for that GNR officer, who was on duty when Madeleine was abducted, suddenly finding a small fortune in his bank account, did we? "


Is this the one you're talking about, bb1 ?


http://www.destakes.com/redir/0bee19c87c70a0838e9872168dd60cb8

Maddie case: suspect GNR receiving 120,000 euros


Was one of the first officers to arrive at Praia da Luz. PJ is already investigating delivery of money "live"


June 19, 2009 at 20:33 Writing / Nuno Ramos de Almeida



One of the soldiers of the National Guard who first came running to the village of Praia da Luz and the couple holiday apartment mccan is suspected of having received more than 120,000 euros in cash "live" shortly after the disappearance of Maddie. GNR this element is essential to all research, as it was the first to reach the spot where the girl disappeared and also one of the first contact with parents. TVI found that the case of sudden 120,000 euros in the hands of GNR is being investigated by the Judicial Police (PJ).

On the night that Maddie McCann disappeared, the first officials on the scene were the military of the GNR. Fit them search the apartment, do initial searches, speak to the McCanns and direct hit to the beach and village, including areas open to the works of sewage and plumbing, a few dozen meters from the urbanization that the British family had rented for the holidays.

TVI know that one of the first military to take account of the occurrence being the target of an investigation process. At stake are more than 120,000 euros received in cash in two accounts opened in your name, one of which in the Caixa Geral de Depósitos. The most serious coincidence is that this money has to be deposited in those accounts shortly after the disappearance of little Madeleine McCann.

This amount is much higher than the salary of a military GNR and was deposited in cash "live", according to research sources, in tranches over 10 thousand euros.

Military denies deposits

The investigation of these suspects deposits is at hand DCICCEF (Central Directorate for Investigation of Corruption and Economic and Financial Crime), trying to understand the reasons for these payments. Even if the illegality is proven, the link to the Maddie case may not exist, despite strong coincidence and the high amount of money.

Contacted by TVI, the military in question denied the existence of such deposits, having floated the possibility of his name being improperly used in opening such accounts. Area police sources expressed strangeness about the possibility of this military which consider honest, being involved in illegal actions.





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Re: 'Baton attack' policeman faces jail

Post  bb1 on Sat Aug 29, 2015 11:02 am

Ah, thanks, Max, that's it!

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Re: 'Baton attack' policeman faces jail

Post  lily on Sat Aug 29, 2015 2:38 pm

was deposited in cash "live", according to research sources, in tranches over 10 thousand euros.


How very strange.
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