Brazil in Fright as Moro’s Untouchables Close In on Iconic Lula

  • Nation’s political psyche ensnared in fight against corruption
  • Graft-busters nearing limit of public’s stomach for fight

Former Brazilian President Luiz Inacio da Silva left office in 2010 so beloved -- U.S. President Barack Obama called him "the man" -- and with approval ratings so historically high that the trappings of tributes filled 10 shipping containers.

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