Luxury cars and lots of money: the lives of those investigated for keeping Paraguayans in conditions similar to slavery in MG | Fantastic

Luxury cars and lots of money: the lives of those investigated for keeping Paraguayans in conditions similar to slavery in MG | Fantastic
Luxury cars and lots of money: the lives of those investigated for keeping Paraguayans in conditions similar to slavery in MG | Fantastic
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The lives of those investigated for keeping Paraguayans in conditions similar to slavery in MG

An investigation by the Federal Police, Federal Revenue and Ministry of Labor dismantled a gang responsible for bringing in Paraguayans and maintaining clandestine cigarette factories. In addition to Minas, there were operations in 19 cities in five states, resulting in the arrest of 16 people, including the suspected leader of the gang: businessman Arinaldo Oliveira, from Barueri (SP).

Arinaldo was arrested on a farm in Pará, where he kept luxury cars. In a video, uA woman who the police say had a relationship with him wasted the money obtained by the gang.

1 of 1 Companion of investigated businessman shows cash notes. — Photo: TV Globo/Reproduction
Companion of investigated businessman shows cash notes. — Photo: TV Globo/Reproduction

The group is investigated for several crimes, including:

  • human trafficking;
  • work analogous to slavery;
  • money laundry.

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