Court of Execution of Sentences believes that João Cipriano assumes the crime, victimization and it shows no empathy for the victim.
June 9, 2014, 9:49 a.m.
By: John Tavares
The Court of Execution of Sentences Lisbon rejected the application for parole of John Cipriano, currently fulfilling 16 years and eight months in prison for killing niece Joana Cipriano, eight, missing since September 12, 2004 the city of Figueira, Portimão.
João Cipriano (second from left) is escorted into Court. Inset victim Joana Cipriano who has never been found.
The girl's body was never found, but John and sister Leonor - mother of the child - just condemned by the Court of Portimão, after a jury trial, of murder and concealment of a body of the child.
In late September 2013, the uncle of Joana fulfilled half of the sentence.
However, the court concluded that some assumptions are not met for parole: John assumes the practice of criminal acts, externalize feelings of victimization, shows no empathy for the victim, have joined and have four while inmate disciplinary sanctions. João Cipriano Carregueira serving time in the jail, in Sintra.
According to the judgment, "would be incomprehensible and counterproductive to society than someone who is responsible for the commission of such a crime as that for which the inmate was convicted benefit of parole once reached the middle of the pen."Joana have been killed after seeing mom and uncle in incestuous act. Have been dismembered and thrown to the pigs.
In 2009 Leonor blamed her brother for the crime. He had already done the same.Article