By Contributing Reporter
RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - The Superior Court of Justice (SCJ) decided this Tuesday to release former President Michel Temer (MDB) and João Baptista Lima Filho, known as Coronel Lima, from custody.
The ruling was set to take effect within hours, with conditions of release including the freezing of Temer's assets and the seizure of his passport.
Temer, 78, turned himself into São Paulo federal police Thursday after an appellate court ordered his return back to prison as part of an investigation into alleged bribes made in 2014 in exchange for work contracts at the . . .