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Flight MH17: the court begins examining the evidence
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Flight MH17: the court begins examining the evidence

A new phase opened this week in the trial of the MH17 crash, this Malaysia Airlines plane shot down in July 2014 over Ukraine with 283 passengers and 15 crew on board - none had survived.After a year of hearings focused on procedural issues, the Dutch court on Monday June 7 began examining evidence of the involvement of the four suspects indicted: 3 Russians, Sergei Dubinsky, Igor Guirkin and Oleg Poulatov, and a Ukrainian, Leonid Khartchenko, four high-ranking separatist groups who, with the support of Russia, confronted the Ukrainian army in the summer of 2014.Three questions for four accusedFour days of hearing and three questions, recapitulated in a statement released by the Schipol court on Monday, June 7, as a guideline: "Was flight MH17 shot down by a BUK missile?" ...
He abused his daughter, a neighbor denounced him;  Court finds him guilty
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He abused his daughter, a neighbor denounced him; Court finds him guilty

The Public Ministry of Bocas del Toro, who initiated an investigation for the year 2018, supported before the trial court evidence that linked this subject to the crime against the minor. A tribunal from judgment in the province of Bull's mouths, he found culpable yet 30 year old subjects, responsible for the crime of sexual abuse on damage from his is, younger.The Public ministry from Bocas del Toro, who started a investigation For the year 2018, support before the trial court tests what linked a is subject with the crime on against from less. David mendoza, prosecutor of Bocas del Toro, indicated that during the act of oral trial I know presented evidence, thanthey showed the bonding of the subject, in a researchn what started for the year 2018 when receives a complaint by a resident...
Preventive detention for a man who abducted and raped a woman in Lisbon
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Preventive detention for a man who abducted and raped a woman in Lisbon

The Criminal Investigation Court in Lisbon ordered the preventive detention of a foreign citizen for evidence of rape, sexual coercion, persecution, kidnapping and abduction of a woman. According to a note from the Department of Investigation and Criminal Action (DIAP) in Lisbon, there are strong indications that, between January and April this year, the defendant committed several acts of a sexual nature against the will of the victim, who was living in a tent in the capital. The woman was kidnapped last Thursday and taken to the tent where the detainee spent the night. There, the woman was stripped from the waist down, but managed to escape, having walked several streets of Lisbon without clothes, until she found help. In January of t...
Supreme court to decide which court will conduct the investigation of the case of Benfica’s e-mails
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Supreme court to decide which court will conduct the investigation of the case of Benfica’s e-mails

The Supreme Court of Justice will decide whether the investigation of the e-mails case will take place at the Court of Instruction of Lisbon or Matosinhos, after the latter also declares itself “territorially incompetent” to carry out this phase. In an order to which the Lusa agency had access this Thursday, the Criminal Instruction Court (ICT) of Matosinhos understands that the ICT in Lisbon is “competent” to carry out this optional phase, required by the three defendants: the communication director from FC Porto, Francisco J. Marques, the former director of Porto Canal Júlio Magalhães and a commentator of Porto Canal, accused of violation of correspondence and improper access, for disseminating Benfica e-mail content. The start of the ins...
Woman tries to set fire to ex-boyfriend because of end of relationship
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Woman tries to set fire to ex-boyfriend because of end of relationship

The São João Novo Court in Porto is trying a woman accused of trying to set fire to a man from Alfena, in Valongo, who is not satisfied with the end of their romantic relationship, a judicial source said today. The 44-year-old man tried to sever all ties with the 35-year-old defendant, whom he had dated for five years, and was the target of several acts of retaliation and aggression, one of them with razor blows. The main violent episode occurred at the door of the victim's establishment in 2019, when the defendant threw diesel fuel at him and tried to set it on fire using a lighter. The man managed to escape and asked for police intervention. In a first session, the defendant opted for silence and the victim told details of what happen...
PSD: Adão Silva will appeal to the Constitutional Court warning the Jurisdiction
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PSD: Adão Silva will appeal to the Constitutional Court warning the Jurisdiction

The president of the PSD parliamentary group, Adão Silva, confirmed to Lusa that he will appeal to the Constitutional Court for the decision of the National Council of Jurisdiction to apply a warning to him, but has not yet been notified of the decision. I await notification, I already have a lawyer appointed, and as soon as I receive it, I will appeal to the Constitutional Court”, He said, explaining that he only has five days to do so after receiving the decision. At a meeting on Monday night, the PSD's CJN, considering the party's court, decided not to impose any sanctions on the party president, despite considering that Rui Rio violated the statutes, a resolution approved by five votes in favor and four against. In the case of ...
Ventura denies intention to offend family in the neighborhood of Jamaica but would call them back "bandits"
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Ventura denies intention to offend family in the neighborhood of Jamaica but would call them back "bandits"

The president of Chega said this Monday in court that he did not intend to offend the Jamaican neighborhood family whom he referred to as "bandits" during a presidential campaign debate and said he would say the same again. André Ventura justified his words with the dynamics of the political debate and claimed that he used a photograph that "was available" on the internet and that illustrated the message he wanted to convey in the debate, "showing that the President of the Republic was with these people in concrete and not with the police ". Interrogated by Judge Francisca Preto, at the Palace of Justice, in Lisbon, as part of a lawsuit for offenses against honor and right to the image, brought by seven members of a family residing in the n...
Guilty of cutting her husband’s jugular
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Guilty of cutting her husband’s jugular

The Court set for next Thursday, May 20 of this year, at 2:00 pm, the hearing for individualization of the sentence. A Jury of Conscience, formed by four women and three men, declared guilty to Yaribeth Palacios for him crime Against Life and Personal Integrity, in its mode of Aggravated painful homicide, in prejudice of Eduardo Whitelock, after three days of oral trial hearing held at the facilities of the Accusatory Penal System of San Miguelito.The Jury of Conscience, after listening and analyzing the testimonial, expert and documentary evidence presented at the trial, together with the arguments of the intervening parties, decided to issue the verdict of guilt against the accused. This case is related to an event that occurred on July 18, 2019, in Torrijos Carter, district of San M...
Government considers extinction of Central Court of Criminal Instruction
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Government considers extinction of Central Court of Criminal Instruction

The Minister of Justice said this Thursday, in an interview with TVI24, that the Government is considering the extinction of the Central Court of Criminal Investigation, and that this is an issue that is under analysis. “It is an issue that has to be analyzed, and a hypothesis that the Government is considering. We are in the strategy, today we pass diplomas and one of the issues that is being analyzed is precisely this ”, he said, mentioning the changes made this Thursday to the fight against corruption. Francisca Van Dunem was questioned about the intention of the president of the Supreme Court to put an end to the so-called "Ticão". António Joaquim Piçarra, judge-counselor, had told the agency Lusa that he would go ahead with a proposa...