Justice condemns ten members of Frederick Barbieri's gang
Group under investigation after seizure of 60 restricted-use rifles at Galeão Airport in June 2017
Police seized 60 rifles in Galeão in 2017reproductionThe Federal Court of Rio de Janeiro convicted on Tuesday (10), ten people accused of involvement in the arms trafficking gang that would be led by Frederik Barbieri, known as "Lord of Arms."They were convicted in an investigation launched after the seizure of 60 restricted-use rifles at Galeão International Airport last year.Among those convicted is Barbieri's son, accused by the court of international trafficking in restricted use firearms, trade in restricted use firearms, and belonging to a criminal organization.According to the sentence, he carried out the purchase, preparation and shipment of firearms to Brazil.In the seizure by the Disarm (Specialized Weapons, Ammunition and Explosives Police Station) and the Burglary and Theft Police Station (DRFC), civilian police seized AK-47, G3 and AR-10 weapons from Miami, USA. , and were hidden in containers amid a load of pool heaters.Barbieri was appointed by the Rio Civ...
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