MP requests Army to investigate military personnel who recorded video in support of Bolsonaro

The Prosecutor’s Office of Military Justice in Rio de Janeiro officiated the East Command requesting the establishment of an investigation to investigate the participation of military personnel in the demonstration in front of Jair Bolsonaro’s condominium in Barra da Tijuca, West Zone of Rio de Janeiro, on the 21st March.

The Military Public Prosecutor’s Office asked that it be investigated whether there were military personnel among those who lined up in red caps, worn by paratroopers in the Army, acting as if they were a militia in the service of the president.

A man shot a video in which he threatens people on the left.

Read: Opposition asks STF that bolsonaristas dressed as military personnel are investigated

The Military Command of the East must investigate, according to the letter, the possible practice of two crimes provided for in the Military Penal Code: wearing a uniform with a higher rank or wearing a uniform to which it is not entitled.

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Guilherme Amado went through O Globo, Veja and Extra. He received the Esso and Tim Lopes Investigative Journalism awards. He is a JSK Fellow at Stanford University, and a member of the International Consortium of Investigative Journalists. It is located between Brasília, São Paulo, Rio and where else there is a good story to tell.
Acting for the column, Eduardo Barretto worked for the newspaper O Globo and for the websites Crusoé and Poder360. He also collaborated for the Associated Press and O Estado de S. Paulo. He studied at the University of Brasília and at the London School of Journalism. It is based in the Federal Capital, where it seeks stories about power.
Naomi Matsui visited the magazine Veja and the website Poder 360. She also collaborated with O Estado de S. Paulo and UOL. She covered National Congress, Planalto Palace, and the 2018 presidential elections. Graduated in journalism from Mackenzie, lives in Brasília, where she covers the different areas of power.
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Guilherme Amado went through O Globo, Veja and Extra. He received the Esso and Tim Lopes Investigative Journalism awards. He is a JSK Fellow at Stanford University, and a member of the International Consortium of Investigative Journalists. It is located between Brasília, São Paulo, Rio and where else there is a good story to tell.
Acting for the column, Eduardo Barretto worked for the newspaper O Globo and for the websites Crusoé and Poder360. He also collaborated for the Associated Press and O Estado de S. Paulo. He studied at the University of Brasília and at the London School of Journalism. It is based in the Federal Capital, where it seeks stories about power.
Naomi Matsui visited the magazine Veja and the website Poder 360. She also collaborated with O Estado de S. Paulo and UOL. She covered National Congress, Planalto Palace, and the 2018 presidential elections. Graduated in journalism from Mackenzie, lives in Brasília, where she covers the different areas of power.

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