Lava Jato Created “Parallel State” Seeking Power, Says STF Justice Gilmar Mendes

For Mendes, "the fight against crime cannot be done by committing another crime" and that "we need to be very careful with justifications and vigilantes".

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Federal Supreme Court Justice (STF), Gilmar Mendes, declared in an interview on Monday, August 2nd, for CBN radio that the task force of Lava Jato created a "parallel state that was part of a power project".

"There is a saying that a trapeze artist dies when he thinks he can fly," the Justice said. "And I think the trapeze artists here thought they were flying".

Gilmar Mendes supports the . . .

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