Nuzman leaves jail and begins to fulfill house arrest

On the same day he received STJ habeas corpus determining its way to house arrest, Nuzman defendant turned to the former governor Sérgio Cabral.
20/10/2017 16h59 - Updated 21/10/2017 15h36
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The president away from Brazil Olympic Committee (COB) Carlos Arthur Nuzman left, on the afternoon of Friday (20), Public Chain José Frederico Marques, in Benfica, where he was serving probation by Judge Marcelo Bretas, 7th Federal Criminal Court of Rio.

in a statement, the State Department of Penitentiary Administration (SEAP) informs that received the documentation of Justice relating to habeas corpus granted to Nuzman. The court order was fulfilled immediately, and the inside was released this afternoon, the statement said.

Yesterday (19), in judgment of a habeas corpus, the 6th Chamber of the Superior Court of Justice (STJ) Nuzman placed under house arrest.

Nuzman turns defendant
On the same day he received STJ habeas corpus determining its way to house arrest, Nuzman defendant turned to the former governor Sérgio Cabral. The decision was taken on Thursday, by Judge Marcelo Bretas, Operation of the process resulting in Unfair Play, investigating the payment of bribes for the right of Brazil to host the Olympic Games 2016.

Prison
Carlos Arthur Nuzman and the director general of the Rio Organizing Committee 2016, Leonardo Gryner, were arrested, at home, Federal Police, no dia 5 Of this month. The two are investigated for involvement in an alleged vote-buying scheme in the International Olympic Committee (WATCH) so that Rio de Janeiro was chosen to host the Olympic Games.

According to the Federal Public Ministry, temporary prison Nuzman and Gryner is important to allow the assets to be blocked and prevent both continue acting, be criminally, is the interference of production probative. Nuzman was arrested at home, in Alto Leblon, Southern Rio.

Douglas Corrêa – Reporter Agency Brazil


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