Brazil Decrees Preventive Detention for US Nun Killers

Three individuals suspected of Saturdays’s, February 12, pistol killing of 76 year-old American missionary, Dorothy Stang, at the Esperança (“Hope”) settlement in the northern Brazilian state of Pará, have had their preventive detention decreed.

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