( Brazilian Government, Wikimedia Commons).
Citizens can understand a crime , only if its described in law and nobody can allege the ignorance of a law. The exposition of Motifs of the Brazilian Penal Law includes the fundaments of Warton (“ Criminal Law” volume I, 134).
The drop in big city crime has pushed crime to the smaller cities of Brazil where the murder rate has skyrocketed to levels just below what Rio and Sao Paulo use to face. Yet the citizens of these smaller cities still feel safe as …
After a five year pacification program to rid crime from these slums the Brazilian government spent 74 million dollars on a gondola system that provides public transportation to the citizens of the favela. When we went on it it …
In December 2012, EFF's Surveillance and Human Rights Camp in Brazil built upon this discussion and focused a spotlight on the privatization of public security, states funding surveillance initiatives, and the lack of quantifiable research on security markets in Latin America.
RIO DE JANEIRO — Tourist travel visa requirements for Brazilian and U.S. citizens visiting each other's countries may soon disappear
The harder it is for people to commit crimes not only against their fellow citizens, but against the viability of planet Earth, the better. The industry is huge and possibly unstoppable, but that isn't a reason to not try. Brazil may be …
country has “the worst rate of gun murder and gun crime of any of the civil countries in this world” (which is not true; Mexico and Brazil have higher rates, by far, though they have fewer guns in the hands of private citizens).
He continues to say: “Although banning guns and restricting gun ownership by law abiding citizens makes a moving emotional argument, it is ineffective as a deterrent to crime ” a position that he held in 1995 when attempting to repeal the ban on assault weapons. ..
However, the manner in which the Brazilian government has approached removing their citizens is disgraceful. The UN special … The “shanty town” label is disappearing after impressive crackdowns on crime and drugs.keep looking »