Thousands of protesters continue to call for the resignation of Puerto Rico’s Gov. Ricardo Rosselló. Leaks of Rosselló’s chat messages with friends and advisers showed him denigrating women, the poor, members of the LGBTQ community and more.
Now, Dánica Coto, who reports for the Associated Press in the Caribbean, says a judge in Puerto Rico issued search warrants for the phones of some government officials after a massive protest on Monday.
“This chat has been labeled as offensive, obscenity-laden, it mocks constituents, including those who died after Hurricane Maria,” Coto says.