Supreme Court is ‘enemy’ of anti-corruption fight in Brazil, says former Lava Jato judge Sergio Moro

Former Lava Jato judge and justice minister criticized Supreme Court Justices for dismantling the most crucial anti-corruption operation in the history of the country; court decisions overturned convictions like Lula da Silva's.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Former Lava Jato judge Sergio Moro (União Brasil) criticized the performance of the STF (Brazilian Supreme Court) in the fight against corruption. Moro said that some Justices are "self-declared enemies" of the cause, citing Gilmar Mendes in particular.

"I think that with his [Gilmar Mendes] positions he nullifies everything, he doesn't condemn anyone and he is still extremely insulting in his decisions towards the Lava Jato people, he invents some stories there that have nothing to do with reality. I only see that, I don't see him condemning anyone," the former judge . . .

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