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Kelvin87

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Ninguém arranja isto completo?

 

bertobrb

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DECO-10

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Esta merda tornou-se tão habitual no Galinheiro que já nem fico chocado quando saem as noticias.
Parece uma banalidade e uma chatice ao nivel do dia em que tenho que pagar a luz e a água. É chato, fico fodido mas já nem ligo de tão normal que é me roubarem.
 

ASCD

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César Maletas a dar sinal de vida, no FB.
Desta vez atira-se:
Ao jornalista Bruno Roseiro
Ao Fernando Saul
Ao empresário Pedro Pinho
 

gnh

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Pelo que vou percebendo nas notícias e nas redes sociais, o grande problema aqui centra-se no facto de isto ter vindo cá pra fora, certo?

Isto até me faz ter pena do Sócrates. O gajo não teve direito a este tipo de defesa, quando as trafulhices foram escarrapachadas na televisão.
 

Dragaostki

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Dragaostki

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O título:

Complaints after Portuguese prosecutors acknowledge spying on reporters
By Catarina Demony


LISBON (Reuters) - Groups representing journalists and lawyers in Portugal complained of a threat to press freedom on Wednesday, after prosecutors acknowledged having spied on two reporters to try to ferret out their sources in a case against soccer club Benfica.
The prosecutor’s office acknowledged late on Tuesday it had asked police to spy on the journalists in 2018, after the reporters published confidential details about an investigation into Portugal’s biggest soccer team.
The head of Portugal’s Bar Association, Luis Menezes Leitao, told ECO news outlet the spying on the journalists was “extremely worrying” as it could undermine media freedom.


The SJ journalists’ union called the incident a threat to the “exercise of free and independent journalism”.
The two journalists had both published details of an investigation into what became known as the “electronic mole” scandal, in which prosecutors accused Benfica of illegally accessing judicial records to get tipoffs on other investigations involving the club.
Benfica has since been cleared, although one former employee of the club and a judicial officer are still awaiting trial.


DIAP, the investigative arm of Portugal’s prosecutor’s office, said the investigation into the club had been conducted under rules barring the disclosure of information to the public.
After the reporters published details, it had asked police to put the two them under surveillance, because it was of “extreme” importance to discover the source of the leaks, it said, describing the surveillance as legal.

According to the Portuguese constitution, journalists have the right to “access sources of information” and to protect them.

Reporting by Catarina Demony; Additional reporting by Sergio Goncalves; Editing by Ingrid Melander and Peter Graff
 

Villas

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O título:

Complaints after Portuguese prosecutors acknowledge spying on reporters
By Catarina Demony


LISBON (Reuters) - Groups representing journalists and lawyers in Portugal complained of a threat to press freedom on Wednesday, after prosecutors acknowledged having spied on two reporters to try to ferret out their sources in a case against soccer club Benfica.
The prosecutor’s office acknowledged late on Tuesday it had asked police to spy on the journalists in 2018, after the reporters published confidential details about an investigation into Portugal’s biggest soccer team.
The head of Portugal’s Bar Association, Luis Menezes Leitao, told ECO news outlet the spying on the journalists was “extremely worrying” as it could undermine media freedom.


The SJ journalists’ union called the incident a threat to the “exercise of free and independent journalism”.
The two journalists had both published details of an investigation into what became known as the “electronic mole” scandal, in which prosecutors accused Benfica of illegally accessing judicial records to get tipoffs on other investigations involving the club.
Benfica has since been cleared, although one former employee of the club and a judicial officer are still awaiting trial.


DIAP, the investigative arm of Portugal’s prosecutor’s office, said the investigation into the club had been conducted under rules barring the disclosure of information to the public.
After the reporters published details, it had asked police to put the two them under surveillance, because it was of “extreme” importance to discover the source of the leaks, it said, describing the surveillance as legal.

According to the Portuguese constitution, journalists have the right to “access sources of information” and to protect them.

Reporting by Catarina Demony; Additional reporting by Sergio Goncalves; Editing by Ingrid Melander and Peter Graff
É curioso saber que o segredo de justiça era super hyper mega essencial no caso do e-toupeira... sabendo que depois, no final, a toupeira Júlio Loureiro só acabou acusado de um crime de corrupção passiva... de 45 crimes que era pronunciado...

 
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bertobrb

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perguntaram ao jj o que ele achava do abel na final dos libertadores

''falei com ele e disse que era bom estar lá um portugês já que eu não posso lá estar'' :ROFLMAO:
 
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