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RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Journalist Glenn Greenwald, the co-founder of "The Intercept Brasil" website, said on Thursday, during a hearing at the Constitution and Justice Committee (CCJ) of the Senate, that he will not deliver to the authorities the messages exchanged by prosecutors and the Minister of Justice, Sérgio Moro, which were published on the website.

According to the journalist, this only occurs in "authoritarian countries." He said that the authenticity of the . . .

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