House of Representatives’ Wi-Fi internet network helped Legislative Police identify at least 41 terrorists Occupying the building in antidemocratic actions on 8 January. The occupiers also destroyed the Federal Supreme Court (STF) and Palácio da Alvorada buildings.

In addition to destroying the buildings of the three powers, the extremists used Congress’ free Wi-Fi signal on their cell phones. Like this, Legislative Police managed to seize user data via devices IP.

The Chamber will ask the Federal Ministry of the Public (MPF) to investigate them.. Speaker of the House of Representatives Arthur Lira (PP-AL) confirmed the identity of the invaders in an interview with the cable TV channel. GloboNews.

The Attorney General’s Office (PGR) has already condemned more than 250 participants in the coup d’etats in Brazil. Terrorists occupied and looted buildings, including exhibits, which are currently under restoration.

The Union’s Attorney General’s Office (AGU) requested that the assets of some of the arrested occupants be blocked in order to pay back public assets. ANDDamage in the Senate alone is estimated at between R$3 million and R$4 million..

Source: Tec Mundo

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