Lula's defense receives compromised messages from Moro in Brazil

Lewandowski's ruling represents another court victory for the founder of the Workers' Party. Photo: Reference / Archive

The defense of former Brazilian president Luiz Inácio received confiscated messages from the Federal Police, some compromised of former judge Sérgio Moro, in an operation against cybercrime criminals, it was confirmed this Wednesday, according to Prensa Latina.

The telephone communications collected include conversations between Moro and the lawyer Deltan Dallagnol, former coordinator of the Lava Jato operation working group in the southern city of Curitiba.

The former president's legal team sent a statement to the office of Judge Ricardo Lewandowski, of the Federal Supreme Court (STF), to inform that they removed two external hard drives from the files of the Federal District Police Superintendency (DF).

Such access to pirated smartphone content was determined by Lewandowski on December 28.

However, his verdict was rejected by Waldemar Cláudio de Carvalho, former head of the tenth ward in Mexico City. The STF minister had to support his ruling twice until it was carried out.

In the period of the police action, the website The Intercept Brasil published a series of dishonest talks between Moro and prosecutors from Lava Jato.

The messages exposed the lack of impartiality of Moro (former Minister of Justice) and his influence on procedures and strategies of Lava Jato, as well as his clear intentions to convict Lula without evidence.

Lewandowski's ruling represents another court victory for the founder of the Workers' Party.

However, it is clarified that Lula can only have access to conversations that 'concern him, directly or indirectly, as well as those related to investigations and criminal proceedings against him presented in the XNUMXth Federal Criminal Court of Curitiba or in any other jurisdiction, even if she's foreign. '