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By Lise Alves, Senior Contributing Reporter

SÃO PAULO, BRAZIL – Federal police in Brazil took more than twelve hours to count all the bills seized in an apartment in Salvador, Bahia, supposedly used by a former cabinet member of President Michel Temer for his illicit gains.

Officers counted over R$51 million reais they believe to belong to the President’s close ally, former Government Secretary Geddel Vieira Lima.

“After investigations resulting from data collected in the last phases of Operação Cui Bono (Operation ‘Who Benefits?’), the federal police arrived at an address in Salvador, Bahia which was allegedly . . .

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