Tag: justice

In Brazil’s Inhumane Jails Almost Half the Inmates Were Never Convicted

Since its transition from dictatorship to democracy in the mid 1980s, Brazil has undergone ...

Un Upside Down Agrarian Reform in Brazil’s Wild Tocantins

Brazilian farmer Juarez Vieira Reis was expelled in 2003 from the land where he ...

Now, It’s Brazil’s Defense Minister Who Comes in Defense of Iran

After declarations by Brazil’s Foreign Minister, Celso Amorim, in favor of dialogue with Tehran, ...

A Glimpse on How the Law Works in Brazil

Brazilian president Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva, in his first public appearance since a ...

Role Reversal: David (Goldman) versus Goliath (Brazil)

I doubt there is anyone, American or Brazilian, who isn’t relieved to see the ...

Not Even Sorry from Carrefour Brazil After Its Goons Beat Up Man for Stealing Own Car

Unlike the US, Brazil doesn’t have two separate social classes, divided between whites and ...

Brazil’s Asylum to Italian Terrorist Leads Rome to Recall Ambassador

The Italian government recalled its ambassador to Brazil, this Tuesday, January 27, for consultations ...

Brazil Learns How to Tame the Wiretap Under the Rule of Law

When it hears certain notes from the “white-bellied go-away” bird (Corythaixoides leucogaster), a small ...