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Marcos Aragão Correia
Attended Universidade Autónoma de Lisboa
Lives in Portugal
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Marcos Aragão Correia, Advogado / Lawyer
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Marcos Aragão Correia foi, durante cerca de 5 anos (até ao final de 2012), o Advogado da mãe de Joana Cipriano, menina Portuguesa raptada e assassinada no Algarve, a apenas cerca de 20 quilómetros donde Madeleine McCann foi raptada. Ele também trabalhou com a agência Espanhola de detectives Método 3, que foi a principal agência contratada pelos pais de Madeleine para procurar pela sua filha.
 
Marcos Aragão Correia, com o apoio institucional da Ordem dos Advogados Portugueses e da Amnistia Internacional, conseguiu provar nos tribunais que a sua constituinte Leonor Maria Domingos Cipriano foi brutalmente torturada por vários polícias portugueses, tortura praticada com o objectivo de a fazer prestar confissões falsas. Gonçalo de Sousa Amaral, chefe da polícia responsável pelas investigações do Estado aos desaparecimentos das crianças Joana Cipriano e Madeleine McCann, foi condenado a 1 ano e 6 meses de prisão por crime de falsidade de depoimento no âmbito da brutal tortura de que Leonor Cipriano foi vítima.
 
Marcos Aragão Correia é o Autor do Livro “As meninas que vieram das estrelas”, lançado a 08 de Dezembro de 2010 na galeria de Arte Galeria dos Prazeres (Madeira, Portugal).
 
Membro da Amnistia Internacional desde 14/09/2011.
 

Marcos Aragao Correia was, during about 5 years (until the end of 2012), the Lawyer of the mother of the Portuguese kidnapped and murdered little girl Joana Cipriano, abducted in the Algarve just about 12 miles from where Madeleine McCann was kidnapped. He also worked with the Spanish private detectives agency Método 3, which was the main agency contracted by Madeleine parents to search for their daughter.
 
Marcos Aragao Correia, with the institutional support of the Portuguese Lawyers Order and of Amnesty International, was able to prove in courts that his constituent Leonor Maria Domingos Cipriano was brutally tortured by several portuguese police officers, torture perpetrated with the objective of forcing her to emit false confessions. Goncalo de Sousa Amaral, chief of the police responsible for the State investigations over the disappearances of the children Joana Cipriano and Madeleine McCann, was convicted to a 1 year and 6 months jail sentence for perjury crime related with the brutal torture that Leonor Cipriano was a victim.

Marcos Aragao Correia is the Author of the Book "As meninas que vieram das estrelas" ("The little girls that came from the stars"), launched on the 08 of December of 2010 in the Art gallery Galeria dos Prazeres (Madeira, Portugal).
 
Member of Amnesty International since 14/09/2011.
 
 
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  • Universidade Autónoma de Lisboa
  • Ordem dos Advogados Portugueses
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Marcos Teixeira Da Fonte Tavares Gomes Aragão Correia.
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