UFAM server is indicted by the feds for leaking PSC issues 2016The penalty for criminals can be from two to six years in prison, plus fine.
After pouring the issues of Selective Continuous Process (PSC 2016) a server from the Federal University of Amazonas(I trust) and another person, unidentified names, They were indicted by the Federal Police (PF). The two were indicted by the practice of the crime of fraud in public tender, provided for in Article 311-A of the Penal Code.
According to the survey of PF, the official Ufam and the other person involved in criminal activity had access to printed test booklet, after publishing and printing of examination that would be applied in November last year.
The survey will be sent to the Federal Court and the Federal Prosecutor (MPF). The penalty for criminals can be from two to six years in prison, plus fine. If the server, the penalty can be increased to be a public official.
Total, 66.896 students participate in the three stages of the process, which was rescheduled for the day 28 of February.