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update about Casa Pia

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update about Casa Pia

Post by Pedro Silva on Sun Sep 23, 2012 6:10 am

My friends, this was taken from Diário de Notícias newspaper:

http://www.dn.pt/inicio/portugal/interior.aspx?content_id=2785124&page=-1

Casa Pia case

Carlos Silvino feature the TC is pending in the Supreme
by Lusa, published by Leonor Matthew Ferreira Today

Former Casa Pia driver Carlos Silvino appealed to the Constitutional Court's decision of the Supreme Court, which validated the penalty of 15 years in prison, but is still pending due to the reasons.

However, a source close to the process said Lusa that the appeal in the Supreme Court by the new public defender of "Bibi" has not risen to the Constitution because the Supreme sought clarification on the application.

Only after the clarification, STJ decide if the resource is able to climb to the TC.

The notification from the Supreme Court to support the resource already headed lawyer Pedro Dias Pereira, but this, contacted by Lusa said he did not want to testify on the question or other matters related to their constituent.

At this point, only an appeal to the Constitutional prevent the conviction of Carlos Silvino become final and that the former driver for Casa Pia go to jail.

In July, the Supreme Court upheld the conviction and 15 years in prison Carlos Silvino. Prior to June 29, the process Casa Pia returned partially to trial in the first instance, after the Court of Appeal of Lisbon having sent repeated the presentation of evidence on alleged sex crimes against former students casapianos, a villa in Elvas where the defendant resides Gertrudes Nunes.

A partial repetition of the trial has a trial session scheduled for Monday, with hearing four witnesses.

By declaring the nullity of the judgment in relation to events in Elvas (some dating from 1996, 1997 and 1998), the relationship ultimately benefited the defendants who were allegedly involved: the lawyer Hugo Marcal, Carlos Cruz and Carlos Silvino. Also included Gertrudes Nunes, who had been acquitted at first instance.

As for Carlos Silvino, the nullity of the judgment on the events in Elvas, meant that the ratio of Lisbon does not take into account three crimes alleged against him in this locality, and in reshaping the legal height as applying a single penalty of 15 years imprisonment.

The trial court had sentenced Carlos Silvino to 18 years in prison and even Carlos Ferreira Diniz and Cruz (7 years), Jorge Ritto (6 years and 8 months), Hugo Marcal (6 years and 2 months), Manuel Abrantes (5 years and 9 months) and acquitted Gertrudes Nunes. The defendants convicted were still obliged to pay compensation to victims.

The Casa Pia case went on trial on 25 November 2004.

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Re: update about Casa Pia

Post by Pedro Silva on Tue Sep 25, 2012 12:07 am

My friends, this was taken from Correio da Manhã newspaper:

http://www.cmjornal.xl.pt/detalhe/noticias/nacional/sociedade/casa-pia-mais-oito-testemunhas

third hearing

Casa Pia: Eight more witnesses

The process of Casa Pia referring only to sexual abuse in the home of Elvas, which is being repeated due to a change of date, will count on hearing from eight witnesses, parents of children who were in the care of the defendant Gertrude Nunes, former nurse of Social Security.

The parents' names were identified this Monday, the third hearing of the trial, which was heard by videoconference, daughter and son in law of the owner of the house in Elvas.

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