Brazilian Police executes 19th phase of Operation Lesa Pátria | News
This Wednesday, the Federal Police of Brazil carried out the nineteenth phase of Operation Lesa Patria with the objective of identifying the people who incited, participated and promoted the coup attempts on January 8.
They investigate a Bolsonaro agency that spied on Brazilian politicians
Police authorities reported that 13 search warrants were carried out, including one at the home of Leonardo Rodrigues de Jesus, who is the nephew of the mother of the three eldest children of former President Jair Bolsonaro.
Rodrigues de Jesus, better known as Léo Índio, ran as a candidate of the Bolsonarist Liberal Party (PL) for the Legislative Chamber of the Federal District in 2022, an occasion in which he did not obtain the necessary votes.
�� #LESAPATRY | PF deflagrates 19th phase of Operation Lesa Pátria. Now visa to prison and identification of participants who incite and participate in two attacks on 8/1. Judicial measures are being taken in relation to 12 people under investigation, with 5 preventive detentions and 13 orders… pic.twitter.com/eFjXyrTv3O
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October 25, 2023
In turn, five preventive arrests were made as part of the measures approved by the Federal Supreme Court and implemented in Cuiabá, Cáceres, Santos, São Gonçalo and Brasilia.
“The facts investigated constitute, in theory, the crimes of violent abolition of the Democratic State of Law, coup d'état, qualified damage, association to commit a crime, instigation of crime, destruction and deterioration or destruction of specially protected property and crimes classified in the legislation of terrorism,” noted the Ministry of Justice and Public Security.
In turn, the authorities specified that investigations continue as part of Operation Lesa Pátria, of which periodic updates will be issued on the number of court orders fulfilled.
On January 8, radical followers of Bolsonaro invaded the headquarters of the Planalto Palace, the National Congress and the Supreme Federal Court to prevent the result of the elections, in which the leader of the Workers' Party, Luiz Inácio Lula, was the winner. da Silva.
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