Lava Jato Used Denunciation Against Lula to “Create a Diversion,” Says The Intercept

The disclosure of the charges against former President Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva involving the Atibaia site case was deferred by Operation Lava Jato's prosecutors due to the repercussion of the audios involving former President Michel Temer and businessman Joesley Batista.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - This is what a report from The Intercept Brasil says, released in the early hours of Monday, October 14th. After the disclosure of the content, Lula's defense has already asked that the messages be considered in the case proceedings.

According to messages obtained by the website, prosecutor Jerusa Viecelli reported on May 17th, 2017, in a task force group in the Telegram app, that the denunciation against Lula was ready . . .

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