Bolsonaro Claims Calling Greenwald “Scoundrel” Not Criminal Offense

Bolsonaro issued a number of accusations against the journalist and had to answer to the Federal Supreme Court.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Over a month after being summoned, President Jair Bolsonaro responded to an appeal from journalist Glenn Greenwald of The Intercept Brasil, stating that he did not commit any offences by calling him a "malandro" (scoundrel) for adopting Brazilian children.

In July last year, the president said that the American would not be affected by an ordinance that provided for the expulsion of "dangerous people from Brazil". He added: "Also because he is married to another man and has adopted children in Brazil. He's a scoundrel because he did this to prevent it [the expulsion from . . .

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