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Brazil top court likely to free suspects in ‘Car Wash’ graft probe

Tuesday, March 14, 2017 21:17
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(From The Business Insider)

Brazil’s Supreme Court is likely to begin ordering the release next month of suspects in the country’s biggest corruption investigation who have been held for months without being brought to trial, a senior judicial source with knowledge of the matter told Reuters.

Such a decision would be a setback for Sergio Moro, the federal judge who has put dozens of oil industry and engineering company executives behind bars in the sweeping investigation into political kickbacks on contracts at state companies, code named Operation Car Wash.

Based on the probe overseen by Moro in the southern city of Curitiba, Brazil’s prosecutor general is now seeking to bring scores of politicians to trial in the Supreme Court for taking bribes.

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