Police in Brazil arrest a man who allegedly threatened to shoot Lula da Silva

Brazil’s federal police this Thursday arrested a man who allegedly threatened to shoot the president of the government, Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva, a fact denounced by Brazil’s Justice Minister Flávio Dino, who has hinted that What not, is “freedom of speech”.

The arrested man was identified as André Luiz Teixeira, who, according to news portal G1, was even trying to find out the hotel where the President would stay during his visit to the state of Pará, where the arrested man is staying. After the arrest, Dino complained that “there are people who threaten to kill or physically increase the power of the Republic” even “after the failure of the January 8 coup attempts”, referring to the coup attack on the square of the Three powers in Brasilia in 2022.

“This is not freedom of expression and the federal police will continue to enforce the law against criminals,” said the justice minister on his profile on the social network X, formerly known as Twitter.

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