(Português) Portugal: Centenas de Pessoas Manifestam-se no Porto pela Libertação do Whistleblower Rui Pinto


Observador – TRANSCEND Media Service

15 Fev 2020 – Mais de 500 pessoas manifestaram-se esta tarde frente ao Tribunal da Relação do Porto para pedir a libertação de Rui Pinto, o whistleblower português que publicou o Football Leaks e o Luanda Leaks, este último expondo Isabel dos Santos, a bilionária filha do ex-Presidente angolano.

Super Dragões, Lesados do BES ou só defensores da libertação de Rui Pinto, pouco importa, mas o que é certo é que serão já várias centenas de pessoas a estar concentradas frente ao Tribunal da Relação do Porto, localizado na Cordoaria. A manifestação foi convocada através das redes sociais e começou às 15 horas.

Manifestação convocada nas redes sociais reuniu cerca de 500 pessoas frente ao Tribunal da Relação do Porto.


Frente ao Tribunal da Relação do Porto está também Fernando Madureira líder da claque dos Super Dragões que diz que o movimento quer além da justiça para Rui Pinto, “justiça no desporto e na sociedade” e incentivou a que se realizem outras ações semelhantes a esta “de norte a sul do país”.

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