The Legislative Police of the Chamber, which is investigating the alleged attack against federal deputy Joice Hasselmann (PSL-SP) did not find any suspicious images on the cameras of the building where the congresswoman lives in Brasília. According to Lauro Jardim, from O Globo, no suspect was found entering the apartment or any abnormality until this Monday night (26).
Images from days before and after the 18th, the date on which the parliamentarian suffered fractures in her face and rib, were analyzed. She suspects an attack and claims she doesn’t remember what happened.
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A report with the analysis of the images of Hasselmann’s building should be released until this Wednesday (28).
On Monday (26), the deputy was submitted to a physical and criminal examination at the Legal Medical Institute (IML) and carried out a toxicological examination, according to the website Metrópoles.
Hasselmann claims to have found a suspicious object, which does not belong to anyone in his home. She claims this would be proof that someone may have broken into her apartment.
To the police, Hasselmann gave two names he suspects, both of political foes. She also requested forensics from her car to rule out that she had not suffered any accident and said she received information that the Office of Institutional Security of the Presidency (GSI) would be putting together a “farce” about the incident.
Hasselmann is a former ally of President Jair Bolsonaro (no party), with whom he broke up, and began to criticize the government, even a few weeks ago even doubting the stab suffered by Bolsonaro in the 2018 campaign.
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