The plot thickens. No smoking gun as in Ukraine with Nuland and Pyatt, but the "coincidence" is striking.
The possible role of the United States government in the ouster of the democratically elected President Dilma Rousseff is being scrutinized after it emerged that Liliana Ayalde, the present U.S. ambassador to Brazil, previously served as ambassador to Paraguay in the lead up to the 2012 coup against President Fernando Lugo.teleSUR
In a case very similar to the current political crisis unfolding in Brazil, Lugo was ousted by the country's Congress in June 2012 in what was widely labeled a parliamentary coup.
US Ambassador to Brazil Served in Paraguay Prior to 2012 Coup