Sunday, April 19, 2015

Understand why Brazilians want the "president" Dilma Rousseff in jail

The content of this page was removed by the editor and archived in a specific Web Archive due to the current political situation in Brazil. 

We, the Brazilian people and, mainly, journalists, are prohibited from commenting, criticizing or publicizing publicly, whether on the internet or in even in private spaces, any content that displeases established authorities.

Publications against the establishment, even if substantiated, documented and proven, here, IN communist BRAZIL, can mean from losing a page, channel, social network to imprisonment without due legal process. 

A simple conversation in a cafe, recorded on the cell phone of some swine spirit, could land an innocent person in prison by direct order of the supreme courts that currently govern the country, at the request of any friend of the king. Furthermore, lawyers here have also lost their prerogatives recently. We're sorry.

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