After seven years, Brazil shuts down Car Wash anti-corruption squad

By Ricardo Brito and Gram Slattery BRASILIA (Reuters) – Brazil’s Car Wash anti-corruption unit has officially shut down, the end of an era for a team of prosecutors that helped send dozens of Latin American political and business leaders to jail, including several former presidents. The task force, which stemmed from a routine money-laundering investigation into a car wash in Brasilia, ceased to exist on Monday, although its dissolution was not announced until Wednesday by the federal prosecutors’ office (MPF). Some of its prosecutors will be transferred to the organized crime unit of the MPF,…

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