Protest to repudiate Sérgio Moro's presence at Harvard University

Tuesday, April 17, 2018
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The Boston FMST chapter along with other groups protested the presence of Sérgio Moro, prosecutor of Lula, at Harvard Law School on April 16, 2018. Moro was invited to speak by the Harvard Law Brazilian Studies.  Harvard University, the most important think tank of the coup, opened its doors to Sérgio Moro, Raquel Dodge (Attorney General), Luis Barroso (Supreme Court of Brazil), FIESP (Federation of Industries of the State of São Paulo) directors and other coup leaders to sell Lava Jato as the operation that cleared the country of corruption, while ignoring the political character and the investigations.

Harvard Law School invited part of the Brazilian judiciary that is responsible for the coup d'état that Brazil suffered in 2016 and its continuation culminating in the political conviction of Lula without evidence.