Former CEO deserves 5 years for corruption in Braskem, according to federal government


By Pete Brush (September 16, 2021, 4:46 p.m. EDT) – Federal prosecutors in Brooklyn argued on Wednesday that former Braskem CEO Jose Carlos Grubisich deserved five years in prison for helping to further the systemic corruption operation of the Brazilian oil giant, after defense lawyers said the four months he has already spent in lockdown should be enough.

The parties have taken different positions in the cases filed before US District Judge Raymond J. Dearie, who will sentence the 64-year-old accused at a hearing scheduled for October 12.

Grubisich spent four months behind bars in New York after being arrested in late 2019 on charges of corrupt practices abroad while traveling outside his native Brazil …

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