Bolsonaro's aggressive attitude shows that "he ignores the duty of any public servant: to be accountable," O Globo stated.
According to Reporters Without Borders, the former Capitan's attacks on the press are frequent and they are increasing.
In Dec. 2019, Brazilian authorities discovered that Queiroz's accounts received suspicious transfers of some USD307,000 between 2012 and 2016, a period in which the President's son was a Rio De Janeiro lawmaker. Currently, Queiroz and his wife are in prison.
Glenn Greenwald and the Intercept are facing a wave of homophobia and threats for exposing Bolsonaro's government. pic.twitter.com/iCAJJxtMnG