Former Chief of Staff in Brazil Offers Details for Plea Deal

Trying to secure leniency deal former chief of staff Antonio Palocci said he has information to keep Lava Jato investigators busy for a year.

By Lise Alves, Senior Contributing Reporter

SÃO PAULO, BRAZIL – Former Brazilian Chief of Staff, Antonio Palocci, told judge Sergio Moro during questioning on Thursday that he is willing to give ‘names, addresses and operations carried out’. According to the former official the information he has would keep Lava Jato investigators busy for ‘another year’.

“All the names and situations that I have chosen not to mention here, because of the sensitivity of the information, are at your disposal,” Palocci is heard saying to Judge Moro during his deposition. A video of the deposition was made available.

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