Bolsonaro says Dilma which was' generic’ on 'bloodstained hands’

The president said those who occupied the government had little time in their history his bloodstained hands in the armed struggle, including killing a captain.
25/08/2019 13h28 - Updated 26/08/2019 13h05

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President Jair Bolsonaro (PAGE) He responded yesterday to a request for clarification in a lawsuit filed by former President Dilma Rousseff (PT) on a current representative statement. in May, Bolsonaro gave a speech in which he stated that “who until recently held the government had in its history his bloodstained hands in the armed struggle, including killing a captain”.

President Jair Bolsonaro (PAGE) He responded yesterday to a request for clarification in a lawsuit filed by former President Dilma Rousseff (PT) on a current representative statement. in May, Bolsonaro gave a speech in which he stated that “who until recently held the government had in its history his bloodstained hands in the armed struggle, including killing a captain”.

The statement questioned by Dilma was given by Bolsonaro during a speech in the American city of Dallas, in May. In this ocasion, the president said: “It's in Brazil, the policy until recently was antagonism to countries like the United States. The lords were treated as if they were our enemies. Now, who until recently held the government had in its history his bloodstained hands in the armed struggle, including killing a captain –as I am captain– those sad years we had there in the past. I pay homage here to Captain Charles Chandler, also an American Hero, perhaps a little forgotten in history, but that made its passage, He wrote his story also passing through Brazil.”.

The talks took Dilma to enter the order in the Supreme Court, in which I wanted Bolsonaro clarify whether he was referring to when she said “who until recently held the government had in its history his bloodstained hands in the armed struggle”; if he meant that Dilma would have killed Captain Charles Chandler; if Bolsonaro know who the people are held accountable by the police for the death of Charles Chandler; if the president has any document indicating any formal charge against Dilma about facts involving Charles Chandler's death.

Dilma was ordered and secured by integrating the guerrilla group VAR-Palmares during the dictatorship, but there is no evidence of the participation of the former president in violent actions.

The American captain Charles Chandler was killed in 12 October 1968, not Sumaré, in West St. Paul, in an action done three militants Popular Revolutionary Vanguard (VPR) and the National Liberation Action (ALN). Dilma never belonged to any of these groups. action, participated Pedro Lobo de Oliveira, Diogenes José de Carvalho and Marco Antonio Braz de Carvalho, what, According to Oliveira, made shots.

“Left generally”

In the document submitted to the Supreme Court, Bolsonaro says it was “generic” because his statement was not certain and specific recipient, but the political groups of the left in general.”.

“Not headed to the questioner [Dilma] or any given or particular subject determinable. I made a political speech, Nothing else, no illegal content. Had the purpose of the American nation mourn the loss of one of its citizens in Brazil. moreover, such declaration was made in the exercise of my constitutional right to free expression, as provided for in art. 5º, IV, the Federal Constitution.” .

The request for clarification, Bolsonaro that was not required to meet, It was done by order of the Minister Rosa Weber.

Source: UOL


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