The Intercept, the American online news publication, has started a campaign to seek condemnation of Brazilian prosecutors’ decision against the outlet’s co-founder.  

Glenn Greenwald is accused of working with a criminal organization after The Intercept began publishing a series of investigative stories that sent shocks through Brazil in June.  

“There is no democracy without a free press. We ask advocates for press freedom everywhere to join in condemning the [Brazil’s President Jair] Bolsonaro government’s transparent effort to intimidate and criminalize journalists,” The Intercept tweeted.

“In an obvious attempt to retaliate against The Intercept’s critical reporting on abuses committed by

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