António Louro expressed his anger at never having been contacted by the driver of the vehicle that collided with the motorbike on which Marta was riding. “I don’t know if that person is a human being, if he can lay his head on the pillow.” The driver, who never took the blame, was made a defendant in a criminal case that will soon run in court. “Each day that passes is worse”, said the mother, who every day goes to the cemetery to ‘talk’ to her daughter: “I tell her ‘I’m back. I’m here’, as she used to tell me when she arrived at the office.”
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