Ex-governador do Rio, Pezão, é condenado a 98 anos de prisão por corrupção

O ex-governador do Rio Luiz Fernando Pezão foi condenado a 98 anos de prisão, por corrupção. A sentença foi publicada nesta sexta-feira (4), pelo juiz titular da 7ª Vara Federal Criminal, Marcelo Bretas. Os crimes atribuídos a Pezão dizem respeito às operações Calicute, Eficiência e Boca de Lobos, todas desdobramentos da Lava Jato no Rio.

Bretas considerou, em sua sentença, que Pezão, ex-vice-governador de Sérgio Cabral, deu continuidade aos crimes, após assumir o governo do estado.

“A presente ação penal é decorrente das revelações feitas por Carlos Miranda em seu acordo de colaboração premiada homologado pelo Supremo Tribunal Federal, bem como desdobramento das ações penais Operação Calicute, Operação Eficiência e Operação Boca de Lobo, levadas a cabo pelo Ministério Público Federal e Polícia Federal e que deu prosseguimento ao desbaratamento da organização criminosa comandada por Sérgio Cabral, ex-governador do estado do Rio de Janeiro, demonstrando que o também ex-governador Luiz Fernando de Souza (Pezão), fazia parte da referida organização criminosa. Conforme apurado, Pezão, ao assumir como chefe do Executivo estadual, continuou a praticar crimes de corrupção, desvio de recursos públicos e lavagem de ativos no estado do Rio de Janeiro, conforme já ocorria no governo Cabral”, escreveu Bretas.

Segundo Bretas, com a documentação obtida na Operação Boca de Lobo, com prova testemunhal, documental, depoimentos de colaboradores, dados bancários, telefônicos, fiscais, entre outros, verificou-se que Pezão, além de integrar a organização criminosa liderada por Cabral, foi seu sucessor nas práticas ilícitas ao comandar o estado.

“Foi possível desvendar que Pezão integrava a mesma organização criminosa e praticava crimes contra a administração e de lavagem de ativos, dentre outros, nos anos que ocupou os cargos de secretário de Obras, vice-governador e até mesmo no de governador”, pontuou o juiz, responsável pela investigação da Lava Jato no Rio de Janeiro.

A defesa de Pezão foi procurada para se manifestar sobre a condenação, mas até a publicação desta matéria ainda não havia se pronunciado.

Fonte: Agência Brasil

Foto: Fernando Frazão

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