Glenn Greenwald and his Family Threatened Over Brazilian Lava-Jato Leaks

The menacing messages have targeted "The Intercept" editor Glenn Greenwald, his husband David Miranda and their two adopted children. Greenwald says that he would not leave the country because Brazil belongs to his children and his husband.

By Newsfeed/AFP/Telesur

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - U.S. journalist Glenn Greenwald said on Thursday, June 13th, that he has received "grotesque" threats also targeting his husband and children after publishing leaked chats purportedly showing Brazil's Justice Minister Sérgio Moro, celebrated by many in Brazil as a national . . .

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