Chaplain who criticized Gouveia e Melo leaves the Navy and goes to the Army

After all, Licínio Luís, the navy chaplain who criticized Gouveia e Melo on social media for his role in the case of the death of Public Security Police (PSP) agent Fábio Guerra at the hands of marines, will even leave the navy… and go to the Army.

The person in charge will be replaced by the current chaplain of the Army Pupils, Father Diamantino Teixeira.

An official source from the Navy explained to DN that these rotations are normal and decided by the Bishop of the Armed Forces in agreement with the chiefs.

In March, after Licínio Luís criticized the Armada Chief of Staff (CEMA), the chaplain was exonerated but reinstated shortly thereafter, after receiving a pardon from Gouveia e Melo.

However, the chaplain did not return to the marines, having been placed on duty at the Alfeite base.

In a Facebook post that has since been deleted, Licínio Luís asked the admiral to wait for justice and not “judge without knowing”. “The youths were having fun and were provoked. One of them is a national boxing champion, in his rank, he was struck with false faith and reacted,” he wrote.

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