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Pereira Cristovao and former policemen accused of criminal association

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Pereira Cristovao and former policemen accused of criminal association

Post by Pedro Silva on Fri Jul 24, 2015 4:49 am

My friends, this was taken from:

http://www.tvi24.iol.pt/sociedade/paulo-pereira-cristovao/pereira-cristovao-e-tres-ex-agentes-da-psp-acusados-de-associacao-criminosa-e-outros-crimes

Pereira Cristovao and former policemen accused of criminal association

Prosecutors indicted 18 defendants. At issue are the crimes of criminal association, aggravated robbery, kidnapping, possession and prohibited weapon detention, abuse of power, violation of domicile per employee and document forgery.

The prosecutor indicted 18 defendants, including the former inspector of the Judicial Police Paulo Pereira Cristóvão and three officers of PSP, the practice of criminal association and other crimes, announced today the Attorney General's Office.

According to a note published today on the website of the Central Department of Investigation and Penal Action (DCIAP), the Public Ministry (MP) in the Central Department of Investigation and Penal Action (DCIAP), indicted 18 people for the practice of criminal association crimes, aggravated robbery, kidnapping, possession and prohibited weapon detention, abuse of power, violation of domicile per employee and document forgery.

In the indictment, it is stated that the accused "acted in an organized and continuous way in time, planned and executed robberies in the Lisbon area and southern zone.

"The victims were chosen, in particular, traders and persons for which collected information also indicated that they might have in their possession large amounts of money or valuable assets," it is reported in the note of the PGR.

The note of RMP, it is stated that under the leadership of former PJ inspector, two other defendants and the three officers of PSP, effectiveness of functions, information collected and decide which people and places to rob the group.

"Then it was transmitted to other elements that made up the operating arm of the group, the necessary information so it could be gathered the necessary logistics to carry out the indicated assaults" is highlighted.

According to the note of the PGR during the assaults, "the accused pretended to be police officers who performed house searches, presenting documents identified as search warrants, which had been previously prepared / forged by one of the PSP officers.

" Of the eighteen defendants accused, 10 are subject to enforcement measures of custodial nature, two in custody situation and the other eight remain subject to the requirement to measure the room with electronic surveillance, as is currently the case of Pereira Cristóvão.

The former inspector PJ was arrested in March on suspicion of criminal association, kidnapping and theft, according to police sources.

The arrest occurred in the context of an investigation that, in July 2014, had already resulted in the arrest of 12 people, including three policemen, for kidnapping, theft and usurpation of functions.

The group was dismantled by members of the National Unity Against Terrorism ( UNCT) PJ, for conspiracy evidence, kidnapping, aggravated robbery, usurpation of functions, abuse of power and possession of prohibited weapons.

At the same time, the former vice president of the Sporting is on trial in the case involving the assistant referee Jose Cardinal, being charged with aggravated fraud, money laundering, embezzlement, wanton by computer media, the illegitimate access and slanderous denunciation aggravated.

On 24 June last, the former PJ inspector and former vice president of Sporting Paulo Pereira Cristovao saw changed the arrest of coercion measure for standby duty at the residence with electronic bracelet .

also taken from:

http://expresso.sapo.pt/sociedade/2015-07-22-Pereira-Cristovao-e-tres-ex-agentes-da-PSP-acusados-de-associacao-criminosa-e-outros-crimes

Pereira Cristóvão and three former officers of PSP accused of criminal association and other crimes

Former vice president of Sporting and three former policemen are among the 18 persons against whom prosecutors filed charges for committing various crimes

prosecutors indicted 18 defendants, including the former Inspector of Judicial Police Paulo Pereira Cristóvão and three officers of PSP, the practice of criminal association and other crimes.

According to a note published Wednesday on the website of the Central Department of Investigation and Penal Action (DCIAP), the Public Ministry (MP) indicted 18 people for the practice of criminal association crimes, aggravated robbery, kidnapping, possession and prohibited weapon detention, abuse of power, violation of domicile per employee and document forgery.

In the indictment, it is stated that the accused "acted in an organized and continuous way in time, planned and executed robberies in the Lisbon area and the south bank."

"The victims were chosen, in particular, traders and persons for which collected information also indicated that they might have in their possession large amounts of money or valuable assets," it is reported in DCIAP note.

In the note, it is stated that under the leadership of former PJ inspector, two other defendants and the three officers of PSP, effectiveness of functions, information collected and decide which people and places to rob the group.

"Then it was transmitted to other elements that made up the operating arm of the group, the necessary information so it could be gathered the necessary logistics to carry out the indicated assaults" is highlighted.

According to the note of DCIAP during the assaults "the accused pretended to be police officers who performed house searches, presenting documents identified as search warrants, which had been previously prepared / forged by one of the PSP officers."

Of the eighteen accused defendants, 10 are subject to enforcement measures of custodial nature, two in custody situation and the other eight remain subject to the requirement to measure the room with electronic surveillance, as is currently the case of Pereira Cristóvão.

The former PJ inspector was arrested in March on suspicion of criminal association, kidnapping and theft. The arrest occurred in the context of an investigation that, in July 2014, had already resulted in the arrest of 12 people, including three policemen, for kidnapping, theft and usurpation of functions.

The group was dismantled by members of the National Unity Against Terrorism PJ, for conspiracy evidence, kidnapping, aggravated robbery, usurpation of functions, abuse of power and possession of prohibited weapons.

At the same time, the former vice president of the Sporting is on trial in the case involving the assistant referee Jose Cardinal, being charged with aggravated fraud, money laundering, embezzlement, wanton by computerized means, the illegitimate access and slanderous denunciation aggravated.

On 24 June, Pereira Cristovao saw changed the remand of coercion measure for standby duty at the residence with electronic bracelet.

also taken from:

http://www.rtp.pt/noticias/pais/paulo-pereira-cristovao-acusado-de-associacao-criminosa_v846358

Paulo Pereira Cristóvão accused of criminal association

The former Inspector of Judicial Police and three other former officers of PSP are accused by prosecutors to plan and execute assaults in the Lisbon area and in the southern zone of Lisbon.

Victims of organized crimes were mostly traders.

The crimes, the defendants allegedly pretended to be police officers and had falsified documents by one of the PSP agents.

The defendants are accused of criminal association for the practice of crimes, aggravated robbery, kidnapping, possession and prohibited weapon detention and even abuse of power, violation of domicile per employee and document forgery.

Another case against former inspector of the Judicial Police, which was also vice president of the Sporting is still ongoing, following a complaint by referee Jose Cardinal.

also taken from:

http://www.dn.pt/inicio/portugal/interior.aspx?content_id=4431537&page=-1

Paulo Pereira Cristóvão arrested for armed robbery

The former PJ inspector is suspected of being the "mastermind" of various assaults and provide information on the victims. You will be heard tomorrow by Carlos Alexandre. A leader of Juve Leo was also arrested

Paulo Pereira Cristóvão, former vice president of Sporting, was arrested this morning by the National Counterterrorism Unit of the Judicial Police, confirmed the DN along supply unit.

It is suspected of being the "mastermind" of a network of robbers and give "useful information about the victims" said the police source DN.

Christopher Pereira, a former PJ inspector, was arrested as part of an investigation that had already resulted in the arrest of several of several police last summer on charges of uniformed assail homes. The former inspector is suspected to have been the mastermind of several of these assaults and is charged with criminal association and armed robbery.

In the same operation have also arrested a leader of Juve Leo, "Mustafa". known as "Musta." Nuno Vieira, Musta, was arrested in 2011, with eight elements of Juve Leo, after six house searches and another to the headquarters of Juve Leo (Alvalade), a police operation against violence in sport. He was prevented from entering the Estádio José Alvalade. This element was responsible for changes to the order in general meeting of the Sporting time of President José Eduardo Bettencourt.

Of the twelve people arrested last summer, eight defendants, including three policemen, were in custody. The remaining four were subject to periodic presentations to the authorities.

The detainees, aged between 31 and 43 years, devoted themselves "to signal potential targets for stealing inside their homes, pretending treat yourself to true police actions to fulfill court ordered house searches, and some of them used, sometimes, their own uniforms for so rather credibilizarem the performances, "the PJ, during the arrests.

At the same time, the PJ said that the crimes occurred in the districts of Lisbon and Setúbal, in some cases been used violence and coercion of the victims provide information about where monetary amounts were hidden, objects and products high value.

Paulo Pereira Cristóvão, held as part of the same investigation, was vice president of Sporting during the term of Godinho Lopes, having been running for president of the club, having lost to José Eduardo Bettencourt.

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Re: Pereira Cristovao and former policemen accused of criminal association

Post by Pedro Silva on Sat Aug 01, 2015 6:29 am

My friends, this was taken from País ao Minuto newspaper:

http://www.noticiasaominuto.com/pais/429195/o-assalto-em-que-pereira-cristovao-tirou-soalho-a-casa-errada

The robbery where Christopher Pereira removed the floor was the wrong house

In one of the assaults of which is accused, former vice president of Sporting ordered to remove the floor looking for money, but after all it was the wrong house.

Pereira Cristóvão, accused of leading a series of burglaries and people in the area of ​​Lisbon, Cascais area and south area, is responsible for collecting information of targets and planning procedure, but it was not always successful in this task.

According to the indictment of the Central Department of Investigation and Penal Action (DCIAP), referred to by Diario de Noticias, one of the assaults of the former PJ inspector even ordered to remove the floor of the room in an attempt to find four million euros.

The apartment where entered with two other men, displaying a fake search warrant, did not belong, after all, the chosen target: Manuel Neves dos Santos, one of the Galilei Group shareholders, the old Sociedade Lusa de Negócios (SLN). It was therefore the wrong home.

The also former vice president of Sporting was considered moral author of two rounds. Is being investigated by DICIAP over 17 defendants, three of which the PSP, which responded to his orders.

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cristóvão ordered to remove the floor of the wrong house: this again proves his greed.

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Re: Pereira Cristovao and former policemen accused of criminal association

Post by Pedro Silva on Sat Aug 01, 2015 6:29 am

My friends, this was taken from DN newspaper:

http://www.dn.pt/inicio/portugal/interior.aspx?content_id=4705446

Christopher Pereira ordered to remove the floor looking for 4 million

Former PJ inspector was accused of leading 17 men who were engaged in robberies. In one, they looked for hidden cash by shareholder of SLN, but went to the wrong house.

Even with the Maria Flores alerts, both operating the alleged criminal group led by former Inspector of Judicial Police Paulo Pereira Cristóvão were convinced that the apartment where they were belonged to Manuel Neves dos Santos, one of the shareholders of the Galilei group, the former Sociedade Lusa de Negócios (SLN). After all, the information would have been confirmed by the very Pereira Cristóvão. And nothing detained Luis Conceição and Mário Lopes, who exhibited a fake search warrant and entered the apartment, where all searched and even raised the floor of the room in an attempt to find four million euros. No results.

The assault failed the house of businessman Manuel Neves dos Santos is one of the cases that come mentioned in the indictment of the Central Department of Investigation and Penal Action (DCIAP) against Paulo Pereira Cristóvão and 17 defendants, three PSP agents for a number of burglaries and people in the area of ​​Lisbon, Cascais line and South area. At the former vice president of the Sporting was the moral authored two robberies imputed. Deep down, according to the indictment prosecutors Vítor Magalhães and João Melo, Cristóvão Pereira would be responsible for collecting information of targets and planning the attacks.

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