Geraldo Alckmin newspaper criticizes the state of S. Paul and denies according to faction leader

The governor of Sao Paulo said, still, the report “misinforms the reader”.
29/07/2015 10h50 - Updated 29/07/2015 10h50
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The governor of Sao Paulo, Geraldo Alckmin (PSDB), He criticized the newspaper O Estado de S. Paulo to deny that the state government has made according to the First Command of the Capital (PCC) to cease attacks on police in 2006. He said the report “misinforms the reader”.

Testimony of a delegate of the Civil Police, obtained by this reporter, It shows that representatives of the state government summit made a deal with the head of the CCP, Marco Willians Herbas Camacho, the Marcola, to end the wave of criminal gang attacks in the state, in May 2006.

in Sorocaba, within the state, for the delivery of vehicles to the Fire Department, along with the Secretary of Public Security, Alexandre de Moraes, Alckmin said it was not the governor at the time of the attacks – he had resigned to run for the presidency and left the state government with his deputy at the time, Claudio Lembo.

“São Paulo has no agreement with any crime. To regret that the newspaper 'O Estado de S. Paulo’ has misinformed its readers, because who establishes Differentiated Disciplinary Regime, a DRR, It is not the Executive, It is the judiciary. Who says whether a leader of the crime is 30 days, 90 days or a year (isolated) It is the judiciary, not the government.”

Alckmin was referring to another report published on Tuesday, 28, the newspaper O Estado de S. Paul on the subject, showing that, after agreement, although he planned to kill the governor and devised an escape plan using helicopter, Marcola did not return to the Differentiated Disciplinary Regime, the hardest of the São Paulo prison system.

Source: Exame.com


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