12:13 07.11.2019 (updated 12:14 07.11.2019) Short URL
Former President Lula criticized the Federal Police Superintendence of Curitiba (PR), where he has been imprisoned since April 2018, citing police officers entering his cell at 6am. Lula's revelation is making many people worried.
In interview granted To the Citizenship Blog, former Brazilian President Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva revealed that the Federal Police made a "joke" when he entered his cell at 6am, "as if they were coercing".
"Just yesterday (November 5) they made a fool of me. Do you believe that yesterday they entered the cell that I am at 6 am? As if they were coercing," he said.
It is worth recalling that on November 1st, the Federal Police Superintendence of Curitiba, where Lula is imprisoned, was visited by Minister of Justice Sergio Moro and Lava Jato Task Force Coordinator Deltan Dallagnol for the inauguration of a police station. The "coercion" referred to by Lula would have happened days after Moro and Dallagnol's visit.
On Twitter, with the excerpt of the interview in which Lula talks about his "antics" with him, supporters of the former president began to climb the hashtag #LulaCorrePerigo, which is already in first place in the most talked about topics this Thursday. (7) with more than 16,000 tweets at the time of publication.
Federal Deputy Margarida Salomão (PT-MG) said she was ashamed of Lula's "oppressors" and posted the excerpt from the former president's interview in which he talks about "coercion".
Never before in the history of this country has a man been so politically persecuted.
And persecuted by mediocre people, now even more empowered, and who uses all kinds of devices to oppress.
Shame on these people.#CorrectRailDanger pic.twitter.com/883qLTKiHn
– Daisy Solomon (@JFMargarida) November 7, 2019
"Lula is being embarrassed and harassed," believes netizen, citing visit by Moro and Dallagnol.
Moro and Dallagnol go personally to the PF headquarters in Curitiba, avoiding orders by phone or applications, already shows results: Lula is being embarrassed and harassed in his cell.
A convict (without evidence), even imprisoned, remains subjected to torture.
– Toni Bulhoes #LulaLivre (@ToniBulhoes) November 7, 2019
Moro's reputation is "plummeting" more than expected, writes netizen.
I already knew that the former superman's reputation @SF_Moro It would collapse this year, but having Dilma arrested and raiding Lula's cell to maintain support from the Bolsominions or at the behest of the family is unbelievable. I didn't realize it would plummet so much. #CorrectRailDanger
– Sidney 🔥 Fire in Neoliberalism 🔥 (@sidneypraxedes) November 7, 2019
They would have entered Lula's cell on the same day "the Bolsonaro doormat wanted to arrest Dilma," points out Federal Deputy Erika Kokay (PT-DF).
Moro's political police stormed Lula's cell at 6 am the day Bolsonaro's doormat wanted to arrest Dilma to take the family out of focus. Lula reported to the @eduguim the attempt at coercion. It's disgusting that I live use the state for your political benefit #CorrectRailDanger
– Erika Kokay (@erikakokay) November 7, 2019
It is worth noting that the hashtag is also being used by netizens opposed to former President Lula.
"Who is in danger are the good Brazilians," believes netizen.
#CorrectRailDanger Who is in danger are the good Brazilians and workers with this looseness of biggest brand loose !!!
– Jett Jacon (@JaconJett) November 7, 2019
Some believe the former president is "safe" in prison.
Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva was convicted of passive corruption and money laundering in the case of the Guarujá triplex by then-judge Sergio Moro, the current justice minister.
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