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Sérgio Cabral faints when he learns of an arrest warrant against his son

Former Governor of Rio de Janeiro Sergio Cabral he became ill and fainted in jail when he learned of an arrest warrant against his son. José Eduardo Neves Cabral is one of the targets of Operation Smoke Free, launched by the Federal Police and the Federal Public Ministry (MPF) this Wednesday (23).

Sérgio Cabral is being held in the Special Prison Battalion (BEP) and was treated in the infirmary around eleven o’clock in the morning. According to information from the other son, Marco Antonio Cabraland the Military Police, Sérgio Cabral’s state of health is stable.

Operation Smoke Free investigates “an armed and transnational criminal organization specializing in the illegal trade of cigarettes”🇧🇷 According to the investigation of the g1 portal, about thirteen people had already been detained until the afternoon of this Wednesday (23). Until the last update of this article, Cabral’s son, José Eduardo, had not yet been found.

The Federal Police claims that the criminal group is responsible for a loss of approximately R$ 2 billion in public coffers. The task force works in conjunction with the US Homeland Security Investigations, the United States Homeland Security Agency.

Among the targets of operation there are also military police, firefighters and a federal police officer. Adilson Coutinho Oliveira Filhoknown as Adilsinho, has also been wanted by the police since Operation Fumus, in June last year.

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