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Post by jeanmonroe on 30.06.14 12:22

http://news.sky.com/story/1291887/england-fans-could-face-euro-2004-riot-charge

MARTIN BRUNT'S 'EXCLUSIVE' REPORT, NO LESS!

Martin Brunt on Portuguese 'arrests' on 3 football 'arguido/suspects' being returned to Portugal.

For 'offences' of 10 YEARS ago.

"I was beaten up by the Portuguese police" says one.

"I'm scared to go back" says another.

"If i go back, what chance have i got of a fair 'trial'?

So (subliminally) 'nasty, NASTY Portuguese Police, out to 'stitch up' the English!

Just in 'time', before the McS 'return' next week.

There you go, There you go, There you go!

OR

The Portuguese Police (subliminally) are saying "We're taking no more bulls*it from the UK, and we'll hold a hearing, in their absence, and will apply for extradition, if necessary, of any UK 'suspects', we believe are 'involved' in this or any other 'crime' we suspect were carried out on Portuguese soil, no matter how long ago"

eta: MB: 13:13pm 30th June 2014.

"It appears when it comes to 'arresting' suspects, THE PORTUGUESE POLICE HAVE VERY LONG MEMORIES"!

Ooopps!  winkwink

That'll be Brunty 'off air' for another month!  laughat laughat laughat 

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Post by NickE on 30.06.14 12:47

yes It's payback time
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Post by jeanmonroe on 30.06.14 13:05

@NickE wrote:yes It's payback time

You'd like to think so, wouldn't you?

After all the 'crap' the Portuguese have had these past 7 YEARS from the UK Madia and 'others'.

But, as (boringly?) predicted, lots of 'nasty' Portuguese 'stories' to come this week and up to McS libel claim circus 'resumption' (July 8th, 2014)

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Post by Nina on 30.06.14 13:15

@jeanmonroe wrote:http://news.sky.com/story/1291887/england-fans-could-face-euro-2004-riot-charge

MARTIN BRUNT'S 'EXCLUSIVE' REPORT, NO LESS!

Martin Brunt on Portuguese 'arrests' on 3 football 'arguido/suspects' being returned to Portugal.

For 'offences' of 10 YEARS ago.

"I was beaten up by the Portuguese police" says one.

"I'm scared to go back" says another.

"If i go back, what chance have i got of a fair 'trial'?

So (subliminally) 'nasty, NASTY Portuguese Police, out to 'stitch up' the English!

Just in 'time', before the McS 'return' next week.

There you go, There you go, There you go!

OR

The Portuguese Police (subliminally) are saying "We're taking no more bulls*it from the UK, and we'll hold a hearing, in their absence, and will apply for extradition, if necessary, of any UK 'suspects', we believe are 'involved' in this or any other 'crime' we suspect were carried out on Portuguese soil, no matter how long ago"

jeanmonroe, your 'OR' bit was exactly what I thought when I saw Martin Brunt on the news this morning. I hope the McCanns saw it too, and thought, the OR bit.

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Post by jeanmonroe on 30.06.14 13:25

I 'wonder' if ITV will be er, 'mentioning' this Portuguese football 'case' on their news in a minute?  winkwink 

13:30pm.

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Post by washedcurtains on 30.06.14 13:27

First time ive posted but cant help thinking that the water is being tested with 3 football fans who may be extradited to the algarve for offences over 10 years ago

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Post by Guest on 30.06.14 13:34

Merging this topic with the one in latest news re this subject washedcurtains.

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Post by jeanmonroe on 30.06.14 14:39

What MB  'actually' said:

'It appears that when it comes to seeking justice, the Portuguese authorities have long memories, of their English visitors'

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Post by Brian Griffin on 30.06.14 15:13

To be honest, I wouldn't blame the Portuguese for being uncooperative and over-zealous with us Brits after they have had one of their best officers hung out to dry because two people are being mysteriously protected from any sort of questioning. They've been stitched up, and they're angry! And who can blame them?
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Post by Nina on 30.06.14 15:14

@jeanmonroe wrote:What MB  'actually' said:

'It appears that when it comes to seeking justice, the Portuguese authorities have long memories, of their English visitors'

 Mrs   high5 

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Post by Penfold on 30.06.14 15:19

I turned on the news just at the end of Brunty's report about Portuguese arresting and  charging 3 people who'd been allowed to leave Pt years ago -and jumped for joy. For 5 minutes only   sad

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Post by sar on 30.06.14 21:06

for a group of people supposedly "protected from on high" this must be a very worrying time

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