The Intercept: Flávio Bolsonaro’s “Splitting” Scheme Allegedly Funded Militia Buildings in Rio

The online newspaper released documents from the Rio de Janeiro Prosecutor's Office (MPF) that cross-reference bank details of 86 people suspected of involvement in the illegal scheme.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Senator Flávio Bolsonaro, the eldest son of President Jair Bolsonaro, financed the construction of militia-controlled buildings in Rio de Janeiro favelas with public money and profited from an illegal scheme, according to accusations made by the Federal Prosecutor's Office (MPF) in Rio.

On Saturday, The Intercept website published confidential documents and data to which it had access, showing that the housing projects of three building . . .

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