Family evaluates compensation claim for death of 8/1 prisoner

Family evaluates compensation claim for death of 8/1 prisoner

Cleriston Pereira da Cunha, who passed away this Friday (20), leaves behind a wife and two daughters| Photo: Reproduction/ Facebook

When talking to the People’s Gazetteon the night of this Monday (20), lawyer Bruno Azevedo de Sousa, responsible for the defense of businessman Cleriston Pereira da Cunha – arrested during the acts of January 8th and victim of a “sudden illness” this Monday ( 20) – said that the businessman’s family intends to go to court with a claim for compensation.

Cleriston died after being repeatedly denied access to medical treatment. The businessman had a medical report indicating the risk of death and his lawyer’s appeals were ignored by the Minister of the Federal Supreme Court (STF), Alexandre de Moraes.

Due to comorbidities, Cleriston received a favorable opinion from the Federal Public Ministry (MPF) for Papuda’s departure.

The request for provisional release was sent to Moraes at the end of August and was awaiting analysis. Cleriston was 46 years old, lived in Brasília and leaves behind a wife and two daughters.

The lawyer said that it is still too early to talk about liability, but confirmed that the family intends, after careful analysis of the situation, to demand compensation for Cleriston’s death.

When speaking with the People’s Gazette about the case, the lawyer and founder of the Association of Family Members and Victims of the 8th of January (Asfav), Gabriela Ritter, said that minister Alexandre de Moraes, other ministers of the Federal Supreme Court (STF) and the Federal Attorney General’s Office ( PGU) need to be held responsible for the businessman’s death.

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