Opinion By Jeb Blount
RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - After a week of historic developments, Brazil’s giant Lava Jato, or “Car Wash” corruption probe edges closer to victory over the country’s corrosive and endemic graft and the impunity of its profoundly venal political class.
But despite this, the Lava Jato case is in danger. Too many continue to reject its lessons and even supporters are cheering the wrong victory and ignore the main threat to success.
The victory came with the release of tapes that appear to show President Michel Temer conspiring with the owner of the world’s . . .