The investigation began after the DF Federal Court convicted that Borelli had received “hundreds of threats” from supporters of Milton Ribeiro.
Federal police have launched an investigation into threats against Judge Renato Borelli, who is responsible for the arrest warrant for former Education Minister Milton Ribeiro, in the context of the “parallel office” investigation installed in the MEC in favor of pastors during the distribution of pastors. funds – the case was disclosed by the Estadão. The investigation is yet to find out the attack on the magistrate’s car with soil, eggs and manure. According to the corporation, the investigation is being conducted by the Federal District Regional Office with the assistance of the Federal Court.
The Federal District Attorney’s Office also noted that a secret investigation was opened to “identify the authors of the actions that threaten the freedom necessary for the exercise of the judicial function.” The Federal Public Ministry denied the assaults suffered by the magistrate and expressed “concern for the safety of the magistrate as well as his family members”.
The investigation began after the DF Federal Court ruled that Borelli had received “hundreds of threats” from supporters of Milton Ribeiro following an arrest warrant for the main suspect in Operação Acesso Pago. The agency did not elaborate on how the threats were made.
Two weeks after the threats were reported, the judge’s car was hit by an artifact containing soil, eggs and manure this Thursday the 7th while the judge was traveling in Brazil. The car hit the sides and front windshield.
As Estadão has shown, since the arrest of the former minister, the Bolsonarians have reinstated the decision of the judge of the 15th Federal Criminal Court of the Federal District, issued in June 2020, in an attempt to minimize the decision on Ribeiro.
Borelli then ordered Bolsonaro to wear a mask in public spaces in Brazil, an order that was overturned two days later by the 1st Circuit Federal District Court.
The president’s allies assume that the judge had ideological motives for prosecuting the chief executive, but the record of Borrelli’s decisions does not support this thesis. The judge has a list of orders against politicians from various parties such as PT and MDB during his career.
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