The Brazilian Justice said it finished analyzing the requests for freedom of the prisoners for the anti-democratic acts of January 8, with a balance of more than 1,100 people released after having been arrested, while 294 remain in prison.
Supreme Court Justice Alexandre Moraes, in charge of the case, finished this Thursday the analysis of all the requests for release received after the events.
Of the 1,400 people arrested, 294 (86 women and 208 men) remain in the Federal District prison system.
The others were released because they no longer represented a risk to society and the . . .