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Recent Events in Brazil Are Not an Excuse for Torture

Amnesty International strongly condemns the reported rape of a female teacher held hostage during a riot in Franco da Rocha juvenile detention unit in São Paulo this past weekend.

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    Hunt em down and hang em up – there is no rehabilitating scum like this. Save the money for a more worthy cause.

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