Brazil's Lula Livre Campaign asks to annul Moro's trials of Lula
Brasilia, Feb 24 (Prensa Latina) The Lula Livre Campaign launched a platform on Wednesday to demand that Brazil's Supreme Federal Court (STF) annuls the trials of former President Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva conducted by former Judge Sergio Moro.
According to the digital newspaper Brasil 247, Moro, who was a former Minister of Justice, in collusion with the prosecutors of the deactivated Lava Jato Operation, violated the law and adopted abusive procedures to persecute and detain the founder of the Workers' Party.
When visiting the campaign's website, users automatically receive a text to the email addresses of the Court's ministers.
The message says that there is evidence to affirm that there was collusion between the prosecution and Moro in order to condemn Lula.
The conversations between the former judge and the Lava Jato Operation prosecutors, obtained by Operation Spoofing (usurpation) of the Federal Police, prove that the former worker leader was tried by a partial judge, in a process that did not respect the presumption of innocence, among others.
The campaign demands that the Second Chamber of the STF judge the habeas corpus as soon as possible, comply with Lula's defense request and, consequently, annul the sentences handed down by Moro in the procedural instruction, as well as the cases conducted by the Lava Jato Operation prosecutors.
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