Brazilian police arrest 527 people in connection with attack on power institutions
The Brazilian Federal Police issued a notice on January 10 local time stating that it had arrested 527 extremists, all of whom were suspected of attacking the Brazilian presidential palace, Congress and Supreme Court in the capital Brasilia on January 8. .
According to reports, about 1,500 extremists were detained after the attack on the Brazilian authorities. Among them, in addition to the 527 people who had been arrested, the Brazilian police said that they released another 599 people after completing the registration procedures. It mainly includes the elderly, minors, the sick and pregnant women. In addition, 30 injured extremists have been sent to two local hospitals for treatment, none of whom were seriously injured. According to reports, 277 of the arrested persons have been transferred to prisons in the Federal District of Brazil.
The Brazilian police also stated that as the investigation unfolds, more suspects are expected to be arrested, and the arrest list will be dynamically updated. (Headquarters reporter Wang Yuguo)