After the indictments of inland revenue
Cristiano Ronaldo puts end to his silence: "calm Consciousness"
Published:14/06/2017 - 16:13h
Updated:14/06/2017 - 16:13h
After the Fiscalía confirmed and reported to the forward of the Real Madrid Cristiano Ronaldo for having defrauded to Inland revenue, the player broke for the first time his silence. "Innocent? Always, man", affirmed after, purportedly, defraud 14,7M
"Calm consciousness", those were the two words that said Cristiano Ronaldo when being asked after a journalist of "Four" on the recent complaint of the Fiscalía. That that accuses him of a fiscal fraud that well could him carry to the prison if it follows the same derroteros that occurred with Leo Messi by an a lot lower quantity.
It was after the training of Portugual, during which, by the way, gave all a show. Sabedor That all the cameras focused him, commanded callas in several occasions to the means putting the index finger in the lips.
"It saw today the press?", they asked him after finish with his exercises of train. To what Christian, looking to the camera of form relaxed, said: "calm Consciousness". "Innocent?", they asked him. The luso took out a smile of plastic and concluded: "Always, man".
This same Wednesday the own Real Madrid launched a communiqué in this regard in which they affirmed that they believed in the player. In east affirmed that the club merengue "is absolutely convinced that our Christian player Ronaldo will show his total innocence in this process".
Cristiano Ronaldo could go in in the prisonThey exist two stages that could suffer the attacker merengue after the complaint of the Fiscalía and as it warns Gestha. One would be seemed to the lived by Leo Messi, to the that the judge reduced him the half the penalties and that to him would mean him be condemned to three years and half of prison, having to go in in this.
Or if the judge reduces of drastic way said penalties, could remain him the same 21 months of prison by which was condemned Leo Messi. We remember that the rosarino was judged by 4,1 millions defrauded, 10,6 less than the one of Madeira.