RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - During the 13 months Adriano da Nóbrega spent on the run, Senator Flávio Bolsonaro chose discretion and refrained from referring to the ex-police officer he had honored during his time as a state deputy. But last Saturday, the senator surprised journalists by voluntarily taking over the microphone at a construction inauguration in Rio de Janeiro.
"What do you want to ask about Adriano?" the Bolsonaro clan's firstborn shouted to reporters. A claim by allied Bolsonarists critical of the senator's lack of resolve to challenge accusations of involvement with militias and the . . .