RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - In a note released on Friday, September 13th, the Brazilian Association of Investigative Journalists (ABRAJI) also expressed its solidarity with reporters Juliana Dal Piva and João Paulo Saconi, reporters who pointed out atypical financial transactions by federal deputy David Miranda, Greenwald's husband.
"No journalist should be accused without evidence for carrying out their duty to disclose information. We deplore the fact that a journalist uses devices of which he . . .