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Brazil: Journalists Collaborate with US State Department

Luis Cezar, from the blog Brasil Que Vai, publishes a paper by Helena de Souza which reports on documents released by Wikileaks that link journalists from the main Brazilian TV network and one of the largest in the world, Rede Globo, with the US State Department.

  • http://www.twitter.com/sergioleo SLeo

    It is absolutely ridiculous. By “link” it means that, as any reporter, the guy went to the U.S. embassy to talk openly about the upcoming elections. With a group of analysts. He “colaborated” as much as Lula, José Dirceu and other members of the leftwing government that agreed to share opinions with U.S. diplomats.

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