Diário de Notícias
15 January 2011
"Correio da Manhã" makes headlines today with the departure of 31 "historic" inspectors from the Judicial Police, which it said are "disillusioned with the law and upset with the recent budget cuts."
According to "Correio da Manhã", among the losses are José Braz, director of the Lisbon PJ, Calado Oliveira, PJ coordinator assigned to work exclusively on the Freeport case and Paulo Rebelo, of the Faro PJ, responsible for the Maddie case after the exit of Gonçalo Amaral.The daily writes that some of the PJ's most skilled staff say working for the police "is almost an embarrassment that we must hide from the neighbours."
I wonder why Joana hasn't reported this on her blog?
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