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Post by plebgate on 27.07.14 11:52

Thank you once again Tony for a very good post which sets out the situation very clearly for everyone.   I had completely forgotten about the target has been hit remark.

I also  believe the way Rocky A. has been treated is disgraceful.  

Rocky has said that he has faith in the Port. justice system.   He has said this for a reason imo, but I have to agree with your post - from an outside point of view  it is very hard to believe that he has been treated properly, respectfully or fairly these last 7 years.

Enough is enough and this should be sorted without any further delay once the court resumes in September.


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Post by TheTruthWillOut on 27.07.14 12:05

Once again Tony I can't fault the logic in your arguments. I just think CR are the most deviously skilled lawyers in their field and have tied the Portuguese legal system in knots all these years.

Also, I'm sure I read a quote from Amaral saying that this trial isn't a libel trial technically, but that is neither here nor there really...

I just genuinely can't see that the Portuguese and UK governments would drag a cover-up out publicly and for seven years against one man. Is there another such example?

Here is a quote from The Shawshank Redemption to cheer you up!

Andy Dufresne wrote:Remember, Red Tony, hope is a good thing, maybe the best of things, and no good thing ever dies

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