Provincial journalist covering government corruption murdered in Brazil, at least the 4th this year
- Gleydson Carvalho became the 16th journalist reported killed since 2011 after gunmen stormed his radio program in Camocim, Ceará.
- According to the Committee to Protect Journalists, 65% of those murdered had been covering government corruption, with government officials suspected of responsibility in 52% of cases.
- The targeted killings have taken place outside of Brazil’s major cities, where fewer law enforcement resources have led to stalled cases.
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