Investigation Into Brazil’s Flávio Bolsonaro Finds 37 Properties

The prosecutor's office pointed to evidence of money laundering in the Senator's property dealings.

By Richard Mann, Contributing Reporter

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Investigation into Flávio Bolsonaro's office in the Legislative Assembly of Rio de Janeiro (Alerj) when he was a state deputy, has found a total of 37 properties supposedly linked to the PSL senator, his family, and the company Bolsontini Chocolates e Café.

There are fourteen apartments and 23 commercial areas in Copacabana, Botafogo, Barra da Tijuca, and Jacarepaguá. The parliamentarian says he did not commit any crime and claims to be a victim of persecution.

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