Marcelo, accused of driving with excessive speed and with the card without points | sports

Marcelo Vieira, left side of Real Madrid, has been charged for driving without points on his license, as the newspaper has advanced The world and confirmed THE COUNTRY. The player was surprised on December 19 by a radar on the M-12 motorway, near the sports city of Valdebebas, when it was traveling at 134 kilometers per hour.

The player has given a statement this Monday as a defendant before the holder of the Court of Instruction number 3 of Alcobendas for the alleged commission of a crime against road safety (driving without points on the license and speeding). Judicial sources have specified that the player will be summoned for an appearance on “next dates of March”, so that the court decides whether the case follows the ordinary procedure or the current preliminary proceedings are transformed into a quick trial.

According to the known information of the appearance of this Monday, Marcelo alleged that he did not know that he had run out of points. The court of Alcobendas has cited the player, which is not the first time he falls for this infraction. In 2013 he was fined 6,000 euros also for driving with the points sold out.

Marcelo, 31, is completing his 14th white season. Although he has played 17 games, his role in the Zidane team has decreased compared to previous years. The arrival of the Frenchman Ferland Mendy is a great competition for the Brazilian side, second captain of the squad after Sergio Ramos and one of the icons of the last great winning cycle of Madrid.

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An ex-military man pleads guilty to the murder of Slovak journalist Jan Kuciak and his girlfriend in 2018 | International

One of four accused of the 2018 murder of Slovak investigative journalist Jan Kuciak and his girlfriend, Martina Kusnirova, He has pleaded guilty in the trial in the town of Pezinok, near Bratislava. Miroslav Marcek, a 37-year-old former professional soldier, accused of being one of the two executors of the multiple murder, has declared in court: “I am guilty.”

The 27-year-old murdered journalist had discovered that a group of Slovak and Italian businessmen had fraudulently obtained hundreds of thousands of euros from European Union funds for agriculture in the east of the country. Slovak businessman Marian Kocner, whom the journalist was investigating, was charged in March last year as the alleged mastermind of the crime.

The double murder, carried out two years ago the house shared by the couple, triggered massive protests against the government of Robert Fico, who ended up resigning. The movement paved the way for the election last March of President Zuzana Caputova, a Liberal lawyer and anti-corruption activist with no political experience, who championed the commitment to do justice in Slovakia.

The building of the Special Criminal Court, where the hearing began in Monday in the presence of the parents of the victims, was under strong security measures. A former Kocner interpreter, Alena Zsuzsova, and the other alleged perpetrator of the crime, Tomas Szabo, are also accused. If convicted, the accused could receive penalties ranging from 25 years in prison to life in prison.

A fifth person who participated in the operation, Zoltan Andrusko, and who acted as an intermediary between Kocner and Zsusova and the two perpetrators of the crime, reached an agreement with the justice system and was sentenced to 15 years in prison in another process, last 30 from December.