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PSP chief who battered father and grandfather on live TV gets new censure

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PSP chief who battered father and grandfather on live TV gets new censure

Post  Max on Sat Dec 16, 2017 3:49 pm



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Posted by portugalpress on January 06, 2016


PSP chief who battered father and grandfather on live TV gets new censure


The PSP squad leader who shocked the nation last year after he was seen on live TV battering a father and grandfather in front of two horrified children outside a football stadium has had his punishment extended by a further 200 days’ suspension without pay. The “very tough punishment” (in the words of his legal representation) follows 180-days’ suspension on reduced pay which had just expired.

Filipe Silva, 30, now has a legal time limit in which he could lodge an appeal against the decision by the Ministry for Internal Administration, but it is not clear what his next move may be.

The case dates back to May when Silva approached 43-year-old father José Magalhães, his 70-year-old father and two young sons after they used a ‘prohibited’ exit from Gumarães football ground to escape the crowds.

Silva is understood to have been irritated that Magalhães had used an exit “closed to the public” and after what appeared to be a brief conversation, suddenly launched into an attack on him, beating him to the ground with his truncheon.





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Court hearing of PSP deputy caught on camera bludgeoning football fans delayed another four months

Post  Max on Sat Dec 16, 2017 3:51 pm


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Court hearing of PSP deputy caught on camera bludgeoning football fans delayed another four months



It has so far taken the case against PSP deputy commissioner Filipe Silva no less than two years and seven months to get to court, but today the hearing was further suspended until April due to a “processual lapse”.

Silva was caught by television cameras in May 2015 beating a father and grandfather in front of their respective young children and grandchildren after a football game in Guimarães (click here).

The ‘processual lapse’ arose from the fact that even after all this time, the plaintiffs’ claims for damages had not apparently been communicated to the court.

The new court date set is for April 16, 2018, reports Lusa.






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