“We Owe Lula a Fair Trial,” says Brazil Supreme Court Justice Gilmar Mendes

In June, Mendes already argued that the former president Lula should await the judgment of a petition from his defense to annul the Triplex lawsuit, under the allegation that Moro - responsible for Lula's first conviction - was biased.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - STF (Federal Supreme Court) Justice Gilmar Mendes said that the conviction of former president Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva in the Guarujá (SP) Triplex case could be overturned if the suspicion of the then judge and current Justice Minister, Sérgio Moro, were . . .

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