Journalist Glenn Greenwald Says he Can no Longer Walk Streets Alone

His house has been transformed into a bunker, and the public threats against Greenwald represent an early test for Brazil and Bolsonaro, says the Washington Post.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - After disclosing alleged conversations between Lava Jato's prosecutors and former judge Sérgio Moro, journalist Glenn Greenwald, from The Intercept Brasil, told Folha de S.Paulo how his life has changed.

"My life has changed completely. What I like to do most in Rio is to walk the streets alone. I can't do that anymore," he said. "We had three security cameras; we had to increase . . .

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