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Montevideo, September 27th 2022 - 21:17 UTC
Brazil's government has been advised by the United Nations to conduct an impartial investigation into the murders of British journalist Don Phillips and local indigenist expert Bruno Araújo Pereira in Amazonia earlier this month. Read full article
Nice to know that the UN told the British government to be impartial in the extradition of Assange, impugned the impartiality of the January 6 inquiry and doubted the integrity of the judiciary in Venezuela. Oh, wait, they did not do that, but singled out the Brazilian legal system, which, truth be told, does have a lot or problems. But singling them out beforehand, is an affront and amounts to interference in the affairs of a sovereign country. Predictably, Jair Bolsonaro will have a few choice words to say along these lines and then the lamestream media can more effectively link these crimes the the 'radical, right wing, racists etc.' president of the republic.
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