Seul(e) Alone

Thursday, 13 June 2019

The Intercept

With due respect for the work of The Intercept, in order to have good intentions in the dissemination of conversations between agents of justice, the dialogues should be accessible in full. The fact that they are being divulged in parts, makes clear intentions of blackmail in the use of this data. Because the parties are disclosed according to the reactions of the media and legal representations. For complaints to be accepted, these conversations need to prove that there has been forged evidence and manipulation of information. Everything disclosed so far question the agents of Justice, not the evidence. We need evidence that evidence has been tampered with! Do the data show this? Are they evident, because they have not been disclosed yet? With what interest only the parties are disclosed and not the totality of the data obtained?

Marcelo Peres

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