Monday November 30, 2020

Ewan McKenna: Brazilian justice differs sharply from ours

There are separate wars in Brazil around crime and corruption - and the nation may not be winning either

28th August, 2016
Rio de Janeiros Bangu prison,

The press conference long over, one of the four lead investigators that has been questioning and investigating Olympic Council of Ireland members meanders back into the precinct. He’s naturally a jovial sort, but that goes up a few levels when he’s shown a photo of himself from a foreign news website. Now he’s enthusiastic and a request for his phone number is met with a smile and the digits.

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