PF audio link holder of the SSP death squad and Wallace Souza, says Leaf

Bonates denies link with crime and says his life is guided by ethics.
15/07/2019 22h05 - Updated 16/07/2019 13h35
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Secretary of the involvement of the Amazon Public Safety, Coronel Louismar Bonates, group with extermination, police violence and the former deputy Wallace Souza and his son Raphael Wallace Souza was evidenced in telephone intercepts of the Federal Police. The information was released on Monday (15) in website report Folha de São Paulo, written by journalists Rogério Pagnan and Fabiano Maisonnave, who claim to have had access to the PF report summarizing the main intercepted conversations with judicial authorization.

According to a report, the report reveals that the name of Bonates is cited 1.875 times in different situations, including talking to Lieutenant Colonel and the former head of the intelligence service of the PM Felipe Arce Rio Branco, designated as his friend and convicted, in August 2017, a 33 years in prison for the death of former civil police Clidevar Santos Lima.

Also according to the site recordings point connection Bonates and Arce with Wallace and Raphael Souza.

“In an intercepted conversation, in July 2005, he (Bonates) speaks of a beating. Says "arrested a fellow” and gave "a bit of beating this motherfucker". When the caller asks if "he filled cake" [sconce], Bonates responds: 'Cum one Cake, I will waste time giving cake? Has coturno for what?'”, says passage of matter of Folha de São Paulo.

Wanted to talk about the charges the secretary denied everything and said it "rejects the attempt to link his name to any kind of illegal action and see the rescue of old issues and have duly informed and denials, an action with the clear objective to pursue it ".

About connection with Wallace Souza, he says he was never friend or had close relationship with the former deputy.

Read the report in full ON HERE.


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