FILE - In this March 21, 2017 file photo, a multilingual sign welcomes visitors at the meatpacking company JBS, in Lapa, in the Brazilian state of Parana. Brazilian police on Wednesday arrested the CEO of the world's largest meatpacker for allegedly using information about plea bargains to gain advantage in financial markets. Wesley Batista was taken into custody in Sao Paulo. Batista and his brother Joesley, the former chairman of JBS, have both entered plea bargain agreements in which they testified that JBS paid bribes to scores of politicians, including President Michel Temer. Temer denies wrongdoing.
FILE - In this March 21, 2017 file photo, a multilingual sign welcomes visitors at the meatpacking company JBS, in Lapa, in the Brazilian state of Parana. Brazilian police on Wednesday arrested the CEO of the world's largest meatpacker for allegedly using information about plea bargains to gain advantage in financial markets. Wesley Batista was taken into custody in Sao Paulo. Batista and his brother Joesley, the former chairman of JBS, have both entered plea bargain agreements in which they testified that JBS paid bribes to scores of politicians, including President Michel Temer. Temer denies wrongdoing. Eraldo Peres, File AP Photo
FILE - In this March 21, 2017 file photo, a multilingual sign welcomes visitors at the meatpacking company JBS, in Lapa, in the Brazilian state of Parana. Brazilian police on Wednesday arrested the CEO of the world's largest meatpacker for allegedly using information about plea bargains to gain advantage in financial markets. Wesley Batista was taken into custody in Sao Paulo. Batista and his brother Joesley, the former chairman of JBS, have both entered plea bargain agreements in which they testified that JBS paid bribes to scores of politicians, including President Michel Temer. Temer denies wrongdoing. Eraldo Peres, File AP Photo

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