More innovative legal responses to perceived misconduct by big corporate media down South American Way:
- Governo Bolivian Government Accused Opposition Senator of Planting a Libelous Story in the Veja newsweekly « Viomundo
I will translate a passage or two.
The Bolivian government announced on Monday that it will sue Veja magazine over an article alleging the involvement of a government minister, Juan Ramón Quintana, with a Brazilian drug trafficker. The Brazilian newsweekly charged, based on unidentified sources within the Bolivian police, that the crime figure met with Quintana in 2010 in the Bolivian city of Santa Cruz at a time when the Bolivian was directing Ademaf [ ... ]
ADEMAF = «Agência para o Desenvolvimento das Macrorregiões e Zonas Fronteiriças», Agency for the Development of Macro-Regions and Border Zones.
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