Entrepreneur was charged with a $ 16.5 million tip to the former governor of Rio Sérgio Cabral, in exchange for participation in large state enterprises
3 Jul 2018, 19h32
"Criminal architecture was conceived in his own company, being very difficult to detect for investigative bodies, and not for many years the
For Bretas, Eike is to be "a world-known business man, his criminal business practices were potentially capable of contaminating the business environment and the reputation of Brazilian businessmen" , causing deep scars on the confidence of investors and entrepreneurs who, in the recent past, viewed Brazil as a good investment option. "
" For these reasons, I consider your guilt high. I consider the reasons that led EIKE BATISTA to criminal practice to be highly objectionable, because with their conduct they have unfairly sought to promote the economic interests of their group of companies, improve their competitiveness and increase their revenues, "he wrote.
even though the "social conduct" of the entrepreneur "should be censored, inasmuch as the criminal activity of the condemned person was able to create an environment conducive to the propagation of corrupt practices within the public administration, by the bad example coming from one of the "
" There are no psychosocial reports to authorize the denial of the agent's personality, "he reported.
In the same sentence, the former governor of Rio was sentenced Sérgio Cabral (22 years and eight months in prison), his wife, Adriana Ancelmo (four and a half years in semi-open regime) , and the former vice-president of Flamengo, Flávio Godinho (22 years in prison).
The businessman was charged with a $ 16.5 million tip to the former governor of Rio Sérgio Cabral, in exchange for participation in
In a note, the lawyer Rodrigo Roca, who defends Cabral, affirmed that he was a lawyer, that "condemnation by the Efficiency operation was a matter of consistency with the conviction, by the same Judge, in the Calicute operation." "Still, the sentence is unfair and the sentence disproportionate. We will appeal to the Court seeking its reform, "said Roca.