Marcos Aragão Correia interrupted Amaral's 50th Birthday Party

Leonor Cipriano's lawyer interrupted the birthday party of Gonçalo Amaral
Paul Marcellin
Correio da Manhã
05 October 2009
[For Translation and Comments - See Joana Morais Blog]

Marcos Aragão Correia

Marcos Aragão Correia
  • attorney representing Leonor Cipriano

    • interrupted Amaral's birthday party at Portimão restaurant
    • made obscene gesture to party guests toasting Amaral after fireworks

    • spun tires, returned minutes later with PSP patrol
    • Gonçalo Amaral and Paulo Pereira Cristóvão spoke to PSP officers and Correia fled running


Google translation (Original in Portuguese)

Aragon calls the police

The attorney representing the process of Leonor Cipriano who left condemned Gonçalo Amaral - a suspended sentence of one year and three months imprisonment for false testimony - interrupted the birthday party of former coordinator of the Judicial Police, the zero hour yesterday, making is accompanied by a patrol of the PSP to identify the perpetrators of an alleged assault that occurred minutes before the door of the restaurant.

Marcos Aragão Correia has made an obscene gesture to guests who were on the street to make a toast after five minutes of fireworks, fireworks. The lawyer was in a car with two occupants, stopped in front of the restaurant where the party took place in the riverside area of Portimão.

One witness - identified by PSP - admitted to having threatened the lawyer CM after seeing him make the gesture. After the threat, the lawyer, who was driving, the tires started to slip and returned minutes later, accompanied by a patrol of the PSP.

When Gonçalo Amaral and Paulo Pereira Cristóvão (co-accused acquitted in the case of Leonor Cipriano) addressed the officers in the middle of the street, Aragão Correia fled running.

The CM attempted to contact him yesterday, but had the phone off.

'The English Gag' is the title of the new book - under review - Gonçalo Amaral. "It's an essay on censorship and freedom of expression", written in ten days after the banning of 'Maddie - The Truth Lies'.

Friday, the day he turned 50, the former police pierced left ear. "It was a request from my wife," he argued.

Paulo Pereira Cristóvão and lawyer João Grade dined. The mayor of Portimão and his deputy attended the toast on the street.

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