Opinion, by Michael Royster
RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL – This week, Brazil’s hugely unpopular President Temer has once again capitulated to the corrupt gang of politicians who have declared war on the Lava-Jato investigations. He has replaced the head of the Federal Police, who had been appointed seven years ago by President Dilma, and had managed to stay on at the job.
The problem with the former head? He did his job far too well. Lava-Jato investigations are not just carried out by Brazil . . .