Brazil Supreme Court to rule on Temer corruption case



Brazil’s Supreme Court began considering Wednesday a last-ditch effort by President Michel Temer to have corruption charges against him suspended. Temer has been charged with obstruction of justice and racketeering but says that one of the main pieces of evidence in the prosecution — plea deal testimony from a meatpacking tycoon — needs to be reconsidered…

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