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Brazil, 149 people murdered in past two weeks, 90 of them police, all in one city by crime gang

 
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Brazil, 149 people murdered in past two weeks, 90 of them police, all in one city by crime gang
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At least 140 people have been murdered in South America's biggest city over the past two weeks in a rising wave of violence, Sao Paulo's Public Safety Department says. Killings in Sao Paulo began sharply increasing in September, a month in which 144 people were killed, the department's website says. It says a total of 982 homicides took place in the city during the first nine months of the year. The victims included 90 police officers, most of them gunned down while off duty. A Public Safety Department official said Saturday that the killings of police have been ordered by imprisoned leaders of an organized crime group called the First Capital Command in reprisal for a crackdown on the drug trade. The official spoke on condition of anonymity because he was not authorized to speak to the press. The First Capital Command is one of Brazil's most notorious organized crime groups. Based in Sao Paulo state prisons, the group allegedly was behind several waves of attacks on police, government buildings, banks and public buses in 2006. Those assaults and counterattacks by police in the slums killed more than 200 people. With the latest violence, shops and schools in some Sao Paulo districts closed early this past week as rumors of gang-imposed curfews spread. "In view of the wave of violence in the city's south zone, the school's directors decided to send staff and students home early so as to assure their safety," Eliane Valerio de Souza, administrative assistant at a professional training school, told the newspaper Folha de S. Paulo. Sao Paulo state authorities last week said incarcerated leaders of the
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Re: Brazil, 149 people murdered in past two weeks, 90 of them police, all in one city by crime gang
And Lady Gaga, with her satanic arsenal just did a concert there.
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Re: Brazil, 149 people murdered in past two weeks, 90 of them police, all in one city by crime gang
And Lady Gaga, with her satanic arsenal just did a concert there.
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What the hell are you smoking? Brazil and its favelas has a long bloody history.
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Re: Brazil, 149 people murdered in past two weeks, 90 of them police, all in one city by crime gang
Hhhmm how's that war on drugs going?
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Re: Brazil, 149 people murdered in past two weeks, 90 of them police, all in one city by crime gang
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At least 140 people have been murdered in South America's biggest city over the past two weeks in a rising wave of violence, Sao Paulo's Public Safety Department says. Killings in Sao Paulo began sharply increasing in September, a month in which 144 people were killed, the department's website says. It says a total of 982 homicides took place in the city during the first nine months of the year. The victims included 90 police officers, most of them gunned down while off duty. A Public Safety Department official said Saturday that the killings of police have been ordered by imprisoned leaders of an organized crime group called the First Capital Command in reprisal for a crackdown on the drug trade. The official spoke on condition of anonymity because he was not authorized to speak to the press. The First Capital Command is one of Brazil's most notorious organized crime groups. Based in Sao Paulo state prisons, the group allegedly was behind several waves of attacks on police, government buildings, banks and public buses in 2006. Those assaults and counterattacks by police in the slums killed more than 200 people. With the latest violence, shops and schools in some Sao Paulo districts closed early this past week as rumors of gang-imposed curfews spread. "In view of the wave of violence in the city's south zone, the school's directors decided to send staff and students home early so as to assure their safety," Eliane Valerio de Souza, administrative assistant at a professional training school, told the newspaper Folha de S. Paulo. Sao Paulo state authorities last week said incarcerated leaders of the
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Over 240 in the last month in Sao Paulo,Rio has its problems but since pacification drug related murders has fallen but SP is becoming the pits, every morning on the news it is a body count
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Re: Brazil, 149 people murdered in past two weeks, 90 of them police, all in one city by crime gang
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At least 140 people have been murdered in South America's biggest city over the past two weeks in a rising wave of violence, Sao Paulo's Public Safety Department says. Killings in Sao Paulo began sharply increasing in September, a month in which 144 people were killed, the department's website says. It says a total of 982 homicides took place in the city during the first nine months of the year. The victims included 90 police officers, most of them gunned down while off duty. A Public Safety Department official said Saturday that the killings of police have been ordered by imprisoned leaders of an organized crime group called the First Capital Command in reprisal for a crackdown on the drug trade. The official spoke on condition of anonymity because he was not authorized to speak to the press. The First Capital Command is one of Brazil's most notorious organized crime groups. Based in Sao Paulo state prisons, the group allegedly was behind several waves of attacks on police, government buildings, banks and public buses in 2006. Those assaults and counterattacks by police in the slums killed more than 200 people. With the latest violence, shops and schools in some Sao Paulo districts closed early this past week as rumors of gang-imposed curfews spread. "In view of the wave of violence in the city's south zone, the school's directors decided to send staff and students home early so as to assure their safety," Eliane Valerio de Souza, administrative assistant at a professional training school, told the newspaper Folha de S. Paulo. Sao Paulo state authorities last week said incarcerated leaders of the
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Over 240 in the last month in Sao Paulo,Rio has its problems but since pacification drug related murders has fallen but SP is becoming the pits, every morning on the news it is a body count
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As an update 92 police have been killed to date this year in SP, not in the last 2 weeks
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Re: Brazil, 149 people murdered in past two weeks, 90 of them police, all in one city by crime gang
what did you expect to be the result of creating a power vacuum in a lucrative black market? it's why the "war on drugs" is a dismal failure everywhere they try the tactic. being busted or killed doesn't stop drug trade, it just stops that individual. you have to remove demand for the product from the black market. but, as ALL those "heros of the war on drugs" are actually just eliminating the competition for their government's "black money generation scheme". that obvious solution will never occur. legalize drugs and the black market disappears. how did they eliminate "bootlegger gangs" that sold booze illegally during prohibition? they made booze legal again

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