The Terrorism Unit of the Justice and Prosecution Office investigates the IRA for crimes such as armed robbery, kidnapping and terrorism. Cristina Rodrigues, Political Commissioner of the PAN and Personnel Manager, are suspected to be affiliated with hood.
The group claims to save the rescue of abused animals, but according to the victims, the operation continues: they rob them, they use armed harassment to owners and threaten those who meet them. They have weapons, drone and TVI links to People-Animal-Nature (PAN).
The television channel was reported on a report published on Thursday night. The police suspect that Cristina Rodrigues is the journalist Ana Leal and André Carvalho Ramos, who spoke to the IRA member and the group's victims, no doubt that Cristina Rodrigues is one of those people who seem to be tempted by at least one propaganda video.
After talking to a television station and questioning whether she was part of a group of horn-eyed women with videos, Cristina Rodrigues refused to respond directly: "As an attorney, I have the obligation of secrecy, so I can and do not reveal anything that could endanger my professional secrecy."
However, he assumed that he was a legitimate representative of the IRA and even signed the complaints of that association to the police. "I'm going to support pro bono associations, and this association is one of them." Complaints are made in the name of the IRA or in the name of the credentials, in the name of the IRA, which is signed for me, "he said.
According to TVI, Cristina Rodrigues, who was also a PAN candidate for the Sintra City Council, dealt with the process that enabled the IRA to be received in the Republican Parliament.
PAN Deputy Governor André Silva assured PAN that she had no relationship with the IRA, even though she did not refuse to get "information" on the way the group worked, but later in the report she decided to point out more of what she claimed. "They will not get any money, they will never ask for any money," defended the deputy.
After a news release, the IRA sent a message on Facebook, repeating several remarks. "As you watch the report as accurately as possible, we decide that we have a very easy task to abandon all nonsense and attachments / audio and video files that are read at the beginning of the publication and then present some explanations of the group allegations that are suspected in the report.