By Lise Alves, Senior Contributing Reporter
SÃO PAULO, BRAZIL – Former Presidential candidate, Senator Aecio Neves, asked for R$2 million from JBS President Joesley Batista, according to the executive in his plea-bargaining agreement. With the latest turn of events Supreme Court Justice Edson Fachin has asked that Neves be suspended from Congress and the Chief Prosecutor has asked for his arrest.
According to Batista, the senator asked for the money to be delivered in a briefcase to his cousin, who deposited the amount in an account of another senator. Police tracked the money with devices hidden in the . . .