After Bolsonaro’s Attack at the UN, Misinformation Campaign in the Media Affects Chief Raoni

The allegations that Chief Raoni Metuktire has scammed The Body Shop company and that he no longer lives in Brazil are untrue.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Entitled "The farce called Raoni," a text of unknown origin has gained visibility on social media by being shared in three different profiles on Facebook between September 27th and 28th.

The publication suggests that the indigenous leader used US$10 million that would have been donated by the British cosmetics company to buy luxury cars and mining machines. All of it is untrue.

To check the information, Estadão Verifica approached the general coordinator of the Raoni Institute, Edson Santini, who since 2009 has been in charge of the organization's accounts and denies any transfer . . .

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