How Bellingcat became Russia’s ‘biggest nightmare’


Digital investigators from the Bellingcat group have spent eight years exposing the lies of the powerful and gathering evidence of their crimes – work that has a grave human cost, the organisation’s chief told AFP’s Aurelie Carabin in an interview.

Bulgarian journalist Christo Grozev said he and his colleagues received regular threats but he was driven to continue by “adrenalin” and “the feeling you can do something that law enforcement does not do”. RTWT

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