posted on Nov, 24 2014 @ 03:14 PM
What do you call 3 politicians in jail? A good start.
Seriously, I hope this is the start of real investigations of corruption cases.
Two or three years ago I spoke with Maria José Morgado, from the public prosecutor's office, about a possible case against a public institution (we
didn't really had a chance, as that public institution had made things in a way that only them could complain about that case, a third party could
not), and she told us (I was with a co-worker) that the biggest problem with economic crimes is that judges don't understand a thing about the
economic or financial part, so they have to ask someone else (an expert) about it, but most of those experts work for big companies that have
connections with the public entities. She also said that the economic crimes were a real problem in Portugal, as that was one of the main reasons
money disappears from the public institutions, as it's used to make illegal payments.