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After the investigation was finished, and Fernando Sarney was charged for his crimes, the censored information was released to the public.The network is waiting official authorization of the Justice system to broadcast the film.The song "Luís Inácio (300 Picaretas)" by rock band Os Paralamas do Sucesso, from their 1995 album Vamo Batê Lata, was banned in the Federal District.However, on 18 June 2009, a regional federal court order lifting the ban of Counter-Strike was published.
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