June 12, 2020

Colombia’s Free Press Federation (FLIP) learns that 14 more journalists were among the 130 civilians for whom military intelligence had been maintaining detailed profiles, part of a scandal known as the “Secret Folders” that broke in early May. That pushes to 52 the known number of profiled civilians who work as journalists.

Tags: Human Rights, intelligence, Military and Human Rights, Press Freedom

June 12, 2020

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