José Melo must remain at the headquarters of the Federal Police as former secretaries to follow state prison

former governor of transfer to prison was canceled. Melo and former secretaries spent the New Year at the headquarters of the Federal Police.
02/01/2018 13h21 - Updated 5/01/2018 17h06
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Former governor of Amazonas Jose Melo (PROS), arrested on suspicion of involvement in a money diversion scheme, must remain in custody at the Superintendency of the Federal Police, in the Central West Zone of Manaus, until the end of the temporary entrapment and it should not be transferred to the string as programmed. Information is the former governor of attorney José Carlos Cavalcanti Junior.

The defense said it filed an application in court to prevent his transfer to a prison unit and had met the request of the judicial duty. He said, still, that the opinion was submitted to the prosecutor.

Former secretaries
The Federal Police reported, by note, the former secretaries of state who are held in custody by the Superintendent of the organ, They will still be transferred today (02) to the prison system of the State. The exception is the former governor Jose Melo.

Reappointed to the headquarters of the Federal Police on Sunday (31), Jose Melo, Afonso Lobo (former Sefaz), Wilson Alecrim (Ex-Susa;), Evandro Melo (ex-Sead) and Pedro Elias (Ex-Susa;), who presented on Monday (1), They will be brought to Male Provisional Detention Center Screening Center (CDPM). Over there, according to information from the press office, the agency will evaluate to which prison the group will be taken.

Former secretaries are charged with participation in the scheme discovered in the operation Maus Paths, which showed a deviation of more than US $ 110 million in state Health. According to investigations, former secretaries of receiving kickbacks scheme chiefs to facilitate payments to Mouhamad Moustafa companies, appointed as leader of the criminal organization.

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