Monday, June 29, 2015

Cop Shoots Two Unarmed Teenagers, who had Just Crashed, at Point Blank Range, On LIVE TV

Sao Paolo, Brazil – Brazil is one of the only countries on the planet with a more serious police brutality problem than the United States.
According to a recent study from the Brazilian Forum on Public Safety, police in Brazil have killed over 11,000 people between the years of 2009 and 2013. These numbers average out to roughly six killings per day, which is more than double the rate that is seen in the United States.
In one of the most recent and high-profile cases of police brutality, a police officer shot two teenage theft suspects in front of a television news crew. The shooting occurred just after a high-speed chase, where the officer was hunting down the teenagers under suspicion that they stole the motorcycle that they were traveling with. It has not yet been confirmed whether or not the teens were actually guilty of theft, but this is what was suspected by the officer.


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