Chief of Institutional Security Threatens STF After Ruling to Seize Bolsonaro Cell Phone

General Augusto Heleno says that Jair Bolsonaro and Carlos Bolsonaro's cell phones will not be delivered and says that if this were to occur, the consequences "would be unforeseeable."

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Augusto Heleno, Chief Minister of the GSI (Institutional Security Office), has directly threatened the Federal Supreme Court (STF) and criticized the request for the seizure of cell phones belonging to Jair Bolsonaro and his son, Carlos Bolsonaro, after a ruling by Justice Celso de Mello on the PGR (Prosecutor General's Office) petition to examine them.

Heleno said the request is "inconceivable and to some extent unbelievable" in a statement sent to the press. The Minister said the measure "would be an affront to the Executive Branch's highest authority and interference by another power in . . .

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