Rafael Moro Martins
Rafael Moro Martins é Editor Contribuinte Sênior do Intercept Brasil em Brasília. Antes, foi colaborador de veículos como revista piauí, Valor Econômico, UOL, Agência Pública e Folha de S. Paulo. É integrante da Agência Livre.jor, que produz jornalismo independente a partir da Lei de Acesso à Informação.
Secret Brazil ArchiveIn Sharp Rebuke, Brazil Supreme Court Rules Judge Who Locked Up Lula Was Biased
By ending Lula’s political ban and finding that ex-judge Sergio Moro was biased, the Supreme Court shook up Brazilian politics.
After a Fight Over Control of Brazil’s Federal Police, Raids Target Bolsonaro’s Political Rivals
Police raids targeted the far-right Brazilian president’s conservative rivals — and a few of his allies — deepening the crises enveloping the country’s democratic institutions.
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.
In Peru’s Operation Car Wash, Prosecutors and Witness Doctored Testimony to Avoid Contradictions
Leaked audio reveals Peruvian prosecutors asked a defendant to adjust his testimony about alleged Odebrecht graft to match “the prosecution’s line.”