Sergio Moro puts on freedom businessman stuck in 33th stage of Lava JatoAccording Moro temporary prison Kings win on Tuesday and that the Federal Police claimed not see the need to keep the prison.
The Federal Judge Sergio Moro, responsible for Operation Lava jet in the first instance, He decided to put freedom in the executive Marcos Pereira Reis. He was connected to Quip consortium and had ordered the arrest in the 33th stage of Lava Jato. The consortium was majority-owned by Queiroz Galvão, the target company's operation.
Not release, with yesterday's date (9), Moro said that the temporary arrest Kings win on Tuesday and that the Federal Police claimed not see the need to keep the prison. "Considering that the study was presented and would, moreover, subordinate role in the alleged criminal scheme, It is the case to put it in freedom ", says the judge's decision.
Not text, Moro also notes that Reis is subject to investigation and because the executive had "connections with the outside", the judge determined measures that must be met. One such measure is attendance to acts that have relation to the process. It will also have a period of three days to surrender all passports that have and can not leave the country. The judge also ruled that the Border Police is informed of the decision and communicated on the prohibition to issue new passports for the investigated.
Kings had the temporary arrest warrant issued in the 33th phase of Operation Lava Jato, called Peg Solitaire. As it was out of the country on the day the operation was triggered, surrendered days later the Federal Police in Curitiba. The executive had informed the authorities that would deliver and that was providing the return to Brazil.
The 33th stage of Lava Jato focused irregularities committed by Construtora Queiroz Galvão, the third volume of contracts with Petrobras. The OneLeft aims to investigate contracts for works in the Petrochemical Complex of Rio de Janeiro and the refinery Abreu e Lima (ON), Vale do Paraíba (SP), Alves did Landulpho (BA) and Duque de Caxias (RJ).