‘Anonymous’ Movement Starts Leaking Bolsonaro Family and Ministers’ Data

The document published by the group contains personal information that can enable its followers to harass individuals.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - On Monday evening, June 1st, a Brazilian cell of the movement that styles itself 'Anonymous' released several documents in Pastebin, with data on citizens involved in the Bolsonaro government. According to the group, the leak will be systematic.

To date, personal information has been disclosed on Jair Bolsonaro, Flávio Bolsonaro, Carlos Bolsonaro, state deputy Douglas Garcia (PSL-SP), the Minister of Education Abraham Weintraub, Daniela Weintraub (Abraham Weintraub's wife), the Minister of Women, Family and Human Rights Damares Alves, and Luciano Hang (co-founder of department store chain Havan).

@DamaresAlves, ENEMY of the rights . . .

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