STJD prosecutor asks Carol Solberg for maximum penalty: R $ 100 thousand

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The volleyball player will also be suspended from six tournaments if she is convicted within the scope of the complaint presented by the Court’s deputy attorney for the protest “out, Bolsonaro” made in the courts edit


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247 – Volleyball player Carol Solberg may be ordered to pay R $ 100,000 and be suspended from six tournaments if she is convicted within the scope of the complaint presented by the attorney general of the Superior Court of Sports Justice (STJD). The reason is the fact that she shouted “Bolsonaro, away” on the courts.

“The complaint mentions two articles of the Brazilian Code of Sports Justice (CBJD): 191 – failing to comply with competition regulations – and 258 – assuming any conduct contrary to sports discipline or ethics not typified by the other rules of the code. For the first, the punishment varies from R $ 100 to R $ 100 thousand. For the second, suspension of ‘one to six matches, tests or equivalents’ ”, explains a report by journalist Demétrio Vecchioli, from Olhar Olímpico blog, from UOL.

The athlete’s manifestation took place in the bronze of the Saquarema stage (RJ) of the Brazilian Beach Volleyball Circuit. At the end of the game, Carol said “get out, Bolsonaro” during an interview with Globo’s SporTV channel, which broadcast the tournament. The summary of the game, however, does not mention the speech, since it occurred after the game was closed.

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