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Brazil´s Trial Causes Patrolling, Fences and Snipers

Former Brazillian President, Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva Former Brazillian President, Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva
Brasilia, Jan 23 (Prensa Latina) The trial, in the second instance, of Brazilian Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva will cause intense air, land and maritime patrol; restrictions on traveling within the city and even the deployment of snipers tomorrow in Porto Alegre.

Dozens of municipal, state and federal bodies will be incorporated into a scheme whose cost and the number of troops has refused to provide the Secretary of Public Security of the State of Rio Grande do Sul, Cezar Schirmer.

The restriction of access in the perimeter of the Federal Regional Court of the Fourth Region (TRF4), which will judge the appeal of the defense of Lula against the sentence to nine and a half years of jail decided by Judge Sergio Moro, will be air, land and naval, Schirner anticipated.

Even, he said in statements to the press, the possibility of using aircraft to transport the three acting judges to the Court is valued, in case there is a risk or impediment to their transportation in motor vehicles.

The high state official also confirmed that in the high buildings next to the TRF4 snipers will be placed, whose main function will be to serve as observers and film to photograph the protesters who arrived in that city to support Lula and defend democracy.

According to estimates of social movements, about 30,000 people from across the country will dawn this January 24 camped in the vicinity of the court awaiting the verdict.

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  • Countries: Latin America

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