Author Topic: PJ Inspector Ana Saltão convicted of murder following Appeal Court decision.  (Read 5341 times)

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Offline mercury

WOW a police officer is sentenced for murder....better than what happens in the UK when theyre let off

Offline misty

This case has potentially turned very interesting indeed.


http://portugalresident.com/the-extraordinary-saga-of-police-inspector-accused-of-shooting-mother-in-law-now-sees-exhumation
Posted by PORTUGALPRESS on April 26, 2017

The extraordinary saga surrounding the murder allegation against PJ inspector Ana Saltão (click here) moved into new territory this week with the exhumation of the body of the elderly woman she has been accused of shooting 14 times five years ago, and a looming retrial. Saltão has been cleared, condemned, and then cleared again of the killing of her mother-in-law, before the Public Ministry demanded a retrial.

stephen25000

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What does this have to do with the McCann case ?

Offline misty

What does this have to do with the McCann case ?

When the Portuguese courts get it wrong, Stephen.
See post #8.

stephen25000

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They didn't get it wrong in this case.

The law was enacted.

Next.

Offline misty

They didn't get it wrong in this case.

The law was enacted.

Next.


Which court was right & which court was wrong as there are different judgements?

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Which court was right & which court was wrong as there are different judgements?

The only one which counts.

The Supreme Court.

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The only one which counts.

The Supreme Court.
The Court of Public Opinion is also important in a democracy.
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The Court of Public Opinion is also important in a democracy.

Ah, you mean a very small band of McCann supporters.

They don't make the law.

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The Court of Public Opinion is also important in a democracy.

Only for those who live in that democracy.
I believe everything. And l believe nothing.
I suspect everyone. And l suspect no one.
I gather the facts, examine the clues... and before   you know it, the case is solved!"

Or maybe not -   Into year 13 and still no solution.

Offline misty

I am assuming the victim's body is being exhumed due to an issue over the original forensics. It will be interesting to watch how this develops.

http://www.asbeiras.pt/2017/04/quintela-desvaloriza-exumacao-do-corpo-de-filomena-goncalves/

Ana Saltão's defense lawyer, Monica Quintela, said yesterday that the exhumation of Filomena Gonçalves's body is "totally useless".
Asked by journalists at the scene, the prosecutor of the Judiciary Police accused of the death of her husband's grandmother said that she "could add" something, "but it will not detract anything from the process." "It will not dictate the fate of the process," he said.
According to Monica Quintela, this diligence will not, for example, clarify "what was the fate of the bullets and, above all, its trajectory". The lawyer was accompanied by Duarte Nuno Vieira, former president of the National Institute of Legal Medicine (INML) and current director of the Faculty of Medicine of the University of Coimbra. The expert was named expert by the defense of Ana Saltão. It should be noted that at the time of the events (November 2012), Duarte Nuno Vieira was the president of INML.
The new examination of the body of Filomena Gonçalves, shot dead in 2012, was requested by the Public Prosecutor's Office and aims to find out if any bullets were left in the remains of the elderly woman. It is because the autopsy performed at that time could not ascertain this situation, since the INML X-ray machine was damaged at that time.

stephen25000

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I am assuming the victim's body is being exhumed due to an issue over the original forensics. It will be interesting to watch how this develops.

http://www.asbeiras.pt/2017/04/quintela-desvaloriza-exumacao-do-corpo-de-filomena-goncalves/

Ana Saltão's defense lawyer, Monica Quintela, said yesterday that the exhumation of Filomena Gonçalves's body is "totally useless".
Asked by journalists at the scene, the prosecutor of the Judiciary Police accused of the death of her husband's grandmother said that she "could add" something, "but it will not detract anything from the process." "It will not dictate the fate of the process," he said.
According to Monica Quintela, this diligence will not, for example, clarify "what was the fate of the bullets and, above all, its trajectory". The lawyer was accompanied by Duarte Nuno Vieira, former president of the National Institute of Legal Medicine (INML) and current director of the Faculty of Medicine of the University of Coimbra. The expert was named expert by the defense of Ana Saltão. It should be noted that at the time of the events (November 2012), Duarte Nuno Vieira was the president of INML.
The new examination of the body of Filomena Gonçalves, shot dead in 2012, was requested by the Public Prosecutor's Office and aims to find out if any bullets were left in the remains of the elderly woman. It is because the autopsy performed at that time could not ascertain this situation, since the INML X-ray machine was damaged at that time.


How does relate to the McCann case ?

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How does relate to the McCann case ?
Loosely........
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Loosely........
Julie Pinheiro
Hernanai Carvalho
Carlos Anjos

John felt this story warranted its own thread.

Absolutely nothing to do with Madeleine's disappearance.

Unless you are suggesting otherwise. 8(0(*

Offline misty

Absolutely nothing to do with Madeleine's disappearance.

Unless you are suggesting otherwise. 8(0(*

Take it up with John if you don't think the case warrants discussion on here. I cited the Saltao ruling during the time we were waiting for the SC decision on the Mccann v Amaral damages trial because the SC overturned an Appeal Court ruling in her case.