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Brazilian Criminal Judge Caught Driving Porsche Cayenne In Rio De Janeiro Jailed

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August 8, 2017 – Criminal Judge Jailed For Driving Porsche Cayenne Seized From Eike Batista In Rio Brazil

A criminal judge caught driving a confiscated Porche in Rio has been sentenced to 8 years imprisonment.

Judge Flavio Souza who was presiding over a criminal case against billionaire Eike Batista was sacked two years ago after he was caught driving a Porsche car belonging to Batista.

He was also accused of keeping another luxury car, Rolex watches and a Piano confiscated from Batista in his garage.

Most of the items seized from the former Brazil’s richest man due to his high debts were found in the possession of Judge Souza.

A federal court in Rio today sentenced Judge Souza to 8 years behind bars for driving a Porsche confiscated from the former oil and gas billionaire whose wealth plummet due to strategic mistakes, a drop in oil prices and falling stock.



  1. Jilo

    August 8, 2017 at 4:22 PM

    Some law enforcers including the Judges are corrupt not only in Brazil but around world. We only need tougher measures to curb it. I respect the verdict of Brazil justice system. I believe no other judge will ever involve in disgraceful act which this klept judge had involved himself. How I wish the same measure is introduced into our rotten justice system.

  2. Bench

    August 8, 2017 at 4:26 PM

    I was think bifor say is only for Nigeria weyris posibul to be corruption like this. But according to, this is also in a Brazil. To be adding it is to stop. Nigeria is a haver of brother today. Even Nigeria custom pipul is siez car and they start to drive am. SARS is siez Moto and is drive am. Many things of according to. Judge have entering the followment of siezing and driving. They sopos sack am and put am for prison. Wetin he judge another persin say is not good is wetin they catch am where he do.

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