The West seeks to expose the possibility of criminal schemes for the sale of decisions by judges and judges
The Federal Police (PF) was launched on the morning of Tuesday (19) Operation Faroeste to expose the possibility of criminal schemes aimed at selling court decisions by judges and judges of the Bahia District Court (TJ-BA). In addition, the lawsuit also investigates active and passive corruption, money laundering, currency avoidance, criminal organizations and the influence of sales.
According to preliminary information from the Federal Police, the action involved more than 200 federal police officers, who served four arrest warrants and 40 search and seizure warrants in offices, forums, law firms, companies and respondent homes in the cities of Salvador, Barreiras, Formosa do Rio Preto and Santa Rita de Cássia, in Bahia, and Brasilia.
Also according to the PF, there was also an order to remove four judges and two judges from their duties. The warrant is issued by the High Court of Justice (STJ) and is intended to search for and capture supplementary evidence of the crime committed.
According to preliminary information obtained by MAIL, one of the arrest warrants in the capital of Bahian was being served in the Rio Vermelho neighborhood.
Wanted by MAIL, TJ-BA was not positioned until the publication of this report.