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Glenn Greenwald faces ‘grotesque’ threats of arrest and deportation over Brazil’s Car Wash leaks

WorldNews Friday, 14 June 2019
Glenn Greenwald faces ‘grotesque’ threats of arrest and deportation over Brazil’s Car Wash leaksUS journalist Glenn Greenwald said Thursday he has received “grotesque” threats also targeting his husband and children after publishing leaked chats showing Brazil’s justice minister conspired to keep leftist icon Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva out of the 2018 presidential race. Greenwald told AFP “political violence is a reality” in Brazil and he would not […] ......
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