Brazil government to assist state of Sa aulo in fight against violence, organized crime

Posted on November 2, 2012 • Filed under: Brazil, Crime, Organized Crime, Police/Military Activity, Politics

The Brazilian government will assist the state of Sao Paulo in the fight against organized crime by the violence in this country of 42 million people. ( RadioPL )
The decision to support Sao Paulo was recorded after the president of Brazil, Dilma Rousseff, were holding a telephone conversation with the governor of that state, Geraldo Alckmin, and agreed to work together to stop the killings and end the crime. According to official sources, the number of military police killed this year amounted to 88, representing 57 percent of all deaths in 2011. Read Article

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