Leandro Demori is the Executive Editor of The Intercept Brasil and is based in Rio de Janeiro. He is the author of “Cossa Nostra in Brazil: The History of the Mafioso Who Took Down the Empire” (Companhia das Letras, 2016) and is a board member of the Brazilian Association of Investigative Journalism (Abraji). He was previously digital editor of revista piauí.
The Coronavirus CrisisBolsonaro Aide Who Visited With Trump Tested Positive for Coronavirus — And Three Other Members of the Delegation Have Flu-Like Symptoms
A top aide to Brazil’s President Jair Bolsonaro traveled to Florida for meetings with Donald Trump and then tested positive for coronavirus.
We Scoured the Streets of Rio de Janeiro After Gun Fights. Here’s the Story the Bullet Shells Tell.
The gun violence that plagues Rio is made possible by ammunition made largely in Brazil, but also from all over the world. We collected the evidence.
Secret Brazil ArchiveThe Bolsonaro Government’s Aggressive Response Shows Why Our Reporting on the Secret Brazil Archive Is So Vital
Justice Minister Moro and his defenders are trying to distract attention away from their own misconduct by fixating on the actions of those who revealed it.
Secret Brazil ArchiveBrazilian Anti-Corruption Prosecutor Gave Secret Talk to Bankers and Took Money From a Company He Was Investigating
Deltan Dallagnol, the coordinator of Brazil’s Car Wash prosecutors, gave speeches to bankers organized by XP Investimentos and the big-data firm Neoway.