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The alleged omissions came to light last week, when an audio recording of a conversation between Batista and Saud was inadvertently sent to the prosecutor's office.While both men denied that false information was contained on the audio tape, their credibility as witnesses was weakened.The episode has become another part of a continuing scandal of graft and corruption enveloping Brazilian government and business leaders.In the 4-hour tape, Saud can be heard telling Batista former prosecutor Marcello Miller was working to influence current chief prosecutor Rodrigo Jadot to offer Batista and Saud a more lenient plea deal.Miller resigned immediately after the tape was made; its release to the public, including a comment by Batista that he would never go to jail, enraged Brazilians already angered by the plea deal.Batista's imprisonment will likely boost Temer's short-term popularity, Bloomberg News said Monday.
Whatever the reason, the situation in Puerto Rico is dire.
But she said that they were lying that the aid could not be distributed due to licensing problems or a lack of buses.'There are thousands and thousands of items of food, and when people ask we cannot give anything away because Carmen Yulin says that we cannot take anything out,' she said.'Everything is a soap opera, everything is a show, there have to be cameras here and there because, you know, they are just looking for votes in the coming years.'And the governor won't move unless there is a camera behind him, Carmen Yulin won't move unless there is a camera behind her.' She also lambasted the government for turning down aid from Cuba and Venezuela, and said that people were killing each other over gasoline so they could be the first to get supplies for their families. Yulin Cruz herself has blamed the Trump administration for dragging its heels about getting aid to the island.
She said that a lack of manpower was resulting in a bottleneck as goods waited in ports without enough people to hand them out across the island. This is "there's a truckload of stuff that cannot be taken to people" story.
More than half a million barrels of diesel fuel and nearly a million barrels of gasoline would reach Puerto Rico between Sunday and Tuesday, Rossello said.
That would then be used to fuel generators and supply vehicles that could be used to distribute food and other aid, he promised.