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More white collar criminals: Brasilian politician Paulo Maluf is wanted by Interpol and the U.S. Justice.

Brazilian Congressman Paulo Maluf is wanted by Interpol and U.S. Justice

Brazilian Congressman Paulo Maluf is wanted by Interpol and U.S. Justice

Paulo Maluf´s reaction is to blame the brazilian election campaign. Mr. Maluf´s inclusion  in the list of Interpo is “a plot”. But this time the blame is not on the governmental political party PT (Lula´s Party). For Congressman Paulo Maluf (Poilitical Party PP-SP), the inclusion of his name on the red list of Interpol (International Criminal Police Organization) is due to the start of the “election campaign”. If you try to eat a pie and a beer in one of 181 countries in which the Interpol maintains representation – as he did in Amman, in 2005, after 40 days in jail – the former governor of Sao Paulo can be arrested.

The United States requested the entry of Mr. Maluf in the Interpol alert list.  A criminal prosecution before the Grand Jury in New York accuses him of “conspiracy to steal money from the city of Sao Paulo in order to have funds in Brazil, New York and elsewhere, and hide stolen money.” Maluf’s defense will try to set aside the act.

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9 Responses to More white collar criminals: Brasilian politician Paulo Maluf is wanted by Interpol and the U.S. Justice.

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  6. Dumont

    March 23, 2010 at 8:06 pm

    Rafael, you do not have the right to offend a country and its people like you’ve done with mine. By doing this you’re showing that yourself – and not “most Brazilian voters” – are a stupid one. Brazil has several problems, like any other developing country – and must solve them. But this clearly takes time. And we don’t have to forget: Developed contries have their problems as well.
    For instance, here in Brazil we didn’t have any President who reportedly had made oral sex in his office with a trainee, like happened in U.S. Yet I do not consider the U.S. a banana’s republic thanks to that. On the contrary, I have the U.S. in high consideration; it’s easy to see that this kind of deplorable thing may casually occur, and we must not judge an entire nation based upon an isolated fact.
    So, I’d like to suggest you to think better before post a so unfortunate comment.

  7. rafael

    March 23, 2010 at 2:49 pm

    Most brazilian voters are stupid illiterate people, so this country is the perfect place for criminals like Paulo Maluf. He will never get arrested in brazil , and this country (the banana´s republic) will never be developed.

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