Period to judge 250 Bolsonaristas in Brazil concludes | News

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The Supreme Federal Court (STF) of Brazil must conclude this Monday the process of judging 250 new people for their participation in the coup acts on January 8 in Brasilia (capital).

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Brazilian justice judges 250 people for attempted coup d'Ă©tat

The tendency is for the Court to maintain the line of the results in the previous hearings and rule in favor of keeping 800 accused for the looting of the National Congress, the Supreme Court and the Planalto Palace (headquarters of the Executive) in prison.

With the favorable vote of Minister Alexandre de Moraes, the STF began the trial of the fourth bloc of radical supporters of former President Jair Bolsonaro, accused of terrorist actions in that attempted coup.



So far, some 500 Bolsonaristas have been accused by the Federal Supreme Court. The first list, with 100 names converted into prisoners, was judged by the Supreme Court on April 24 last; the second, with 200, on May 2, and the third, with 250, on the 7th.

The Attorney General of the Republic (PGR) denounced 1,390 involved by virtue of the investigations for these anti-democratic acts: 239 in the nucleus of the executors, 1,150 in the inciters and one person is investigated before possible omission of public agents.

The first round with 39 accused by the PGR was presented to the STF on January 16. The progress of the investigations has reached the close circle and Bolsonaro's advisers, who have already been arrested, among them, the former Minister of Justice and former Secretary of Public Security of the Federal District, Anderson Torres.

Hence, the siege is closed against former Brazilian president Jair Bolsonaro, who fled to the United States (USA) on December 30, still in office.

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