Lula's lawyers want to release audio recordings to prove they were intercepted by Moro

Lula da Silva

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They sent a letter to Professor Matthew Stephenson of Harvard Law School

The manifesto of 17 lawyers around the world accusing Justice Minister Sergio Moro and the Car Wash task force of promoting an unfair trial of Lula has generated replies from prosecutors - and now a rejoinder of the Lula's lawyers.

In a letter to Harvard Law School professor Matthew Stephenson, who is publishing the controversy on his blog, they say they are willing to release audio recordings "at an international conference" to prove they were illegally intercepted by Moro's order - which the judge denies.

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