Greenwald Says Allegations Against David Miranda Are “Illegal and False Leak”

A report sent by COAF to the Prosecutor's Office days after The Intercept website began to publish compromising messages from Lava Jato, accuses federal deputy David Miranda, Glenn Greenwald's husband, of atypical financial transactions.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Journalist Glenn Greenwald recorded a video in response to the Financial Activities Control Council (COAF) accusations of atypical transaction in the bank account of his husband, Federal Deputy David Miranda (PSOL), that were leaked by O Globo newspaper.

One of the people in charge of The Intercept Brasil website, Greenwald . . .

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