A recent poll indicates 61% of Brazilians believe the military acted improperly under the former president, while 25% disagree and 14% are unsure.
The survey points to an event on January 8. It questions the role of army officials at the presidential palace.
Some attackers of government sites camped near army headquarters. No one disturbed them for weeks.
A Saudi Arabian gift also raises questions. Lieutenant Colonel Mauro Cid is central to this issue.
Cid faced arrest for faking COVID-19 vaccine data . . .