The Justice of Rio de Janeiro maintained the temporary arrest of Sabine Coll Boghici, accused of applying a millionaire coup, worth more than R$ 720 million, to her own 82-year-old mother, widow of art collector Jean Boghici.
In the decision, judge Ariadne Villela Lopes, from the Central de Custódia de Benfica, in a hearing held today (12) wrote “that the arrest is valid and there is no news in the file about the change of the decision that determined the issuance of the warrant, being prohibited the Court of Hearing Center to reassess the merits of the decision that decreed the arrest”.
The other three prisoners are from the same family, Rosa Stanesco Nicolau and Jacqueline Stanesco Gouveia – who presented themselves as seers – and Rosa’s son, Gabriel Nicolau Traslavina Hafliger, also underwent separate custody hearings this Friday and also had their arrests. maintained.
During the hearing, Rosa Stanesco’s defense said it is gathering documentation to claim the revocation of the temporary detention.
Jacqueline’s defense requested the revocation of the arrest, claiming that nothing illicit was found with the custodian and that her link with the other prisoners in the operation was also not proven. The request was rejected by Judge Mariana Tavares Shu, who was in charge of the hearing.
Civil police officers from the Special Police Station for Senior Citizens (Deapti) in Rio de Janeiro launched, on Wednesday (10), Operation Sol Poente to break up a gang accused of stealing more than R$720 million from an 82-year-old woman, including works of art by renowned artists, jewelry and bank transfers.
Investigations indicated that the coup articulated by the victim’s daughter began to be applied in January 2020, when the elderly woman, widow of an art collector and dealercame out of a bank branch in Copacabana, in the south of the city.
According to the Civil Police, the lady was approached by a woman who introduced herself as a clairvoyant and said that her daughter would be sick with the expectation of death soon.