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Prison in Brazil (25 pics)

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  • 18 May, 2011  |
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Let's take a look inside a Brazilian prison. It looks even worse than Sona in "Prison Break" series.


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№1 Author: StaticX (18 May 2011 01:53) Total user comments: 661


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Really awful. And I thought that the one from Prison Break was bad. 15
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№2 Author: DocMcCoy (18 May 2011 03:00) Total user comments: 6039


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How we treat our fellow man criminal or not. 13
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№3 Author: Jimmy Johnson (18 May 2011 03:04) Total user comments: 5518


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PPhhhttt... I'll make up for the ass these chumps aren't getting.
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№4 Author: Hypertension (18 May 2011 03:11) Total user comments: 1184


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Some pictures settling me down, they still have faith.
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№5 Author: kamatchou (18 May 2011 03:48) Total user comments: 311


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So sad
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№6 Author: m0ck0 (18 May 2011 03:54) Total user comments: 148


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better do right 04
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№7 Author: TheIronSea (18 May 2011 06:31) Total user comments: 1015


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79 Asi sufren los criminales pobres, acaso los criminales ricos van a esta clase de prisiones?
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№8 Author: mahedi (18 May 2011 06:48) Total user comments: 10772


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OMG? 05
WTF?? 05 05
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№9 Author: yavzas (18 May 2011 10:33) Total user comments: 167


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lol
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№10 Author: t0t0t0 (18 May 2011 12:42) Total user comments: 429


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If they're rapists, pedofiles or murderers they deserve it.
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№11 Author: bmvv (18 May 2011 15:40) Total user comments: 85


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Let's assume the US is currently regressing like we do (Germany and most of Europe) we should think -as cultural allies- what are we planing to do with those people not sticking to law.
Certainly, I personally not want to have contact to the above mentioned rapists, pedos and murderers ... but what we see in Brazil and soon in our prisons will not change the anti-social behavior of them. Somehow we need to cure the origin and not the results.
Anyway, I don't have any solution!
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№12 Author: jeanpasqualin (18 May 2011 15:49) Total user comments: 637


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this prison no longer exists, was demolished in 2001, his name was Carandiru
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№13 Author: elunicotomas (18 May 2011 16:35) Total user comments: 1680


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jeanpasqualin,


but almost all of the remaining prisions are like the one in the pictures. The same in Argentina, and i guess the same in all Latin America
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№14 Author: MrMaj81 (18 May 2011 16:46) Total user comments: 774


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№15 Author: pash.maloo (18 May 2011 17:06) Total user comments: 1713


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wonder what the victims of these ppls crimes think
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№16 Author: Naphia (18 May 2011 17:54) Total user comments: 1071


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Of course murderers and rapists need to be punished and be locked away if they are a threat to the public, but this is horrible because it is (in my view) violating the dignity of man.

bmvv, curing the origin is a good idea. But what exactly is the origin? And can it be cured? There are so many conflicting opinions and questions regarding this topic.
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№17 Author: HarryPudding (18 May 2011 18:13) Total user comments: 984


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№18 Author: verdecauncastravete (18 May 2011 19:09) Total user comments: 1239


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kamatchou,
Why? they get what they deserve ... not doing anything illegal, and sleep with their wives
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№19 Author: sabugoman (18 May 2011 19:20) Total user comments: 866


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bem isso a, pessoal!
que se fodam os direitos humanos...
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№20 Author: Lu (18 May 2011 20:00) Total user comments: 15082


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Just to think, days on end in that cramped space will drive me totally nuts.
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№21 Author: Pilgrim (18 May 2011 21:23) Total user comments: 2288


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Thats not so bad..
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№22 Author: bmvv (19 May 2011 10:35) Total user comments: 85


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Naphia,

I guess the origins can be manifold. I personally see in my neighborhood lot of unattended children where tv and computers are used as babysitters. This can have lot of consequences.
Another aspect is a missing moral (ethic) view of the world in lot of educations (here in Germany).
I think strengthening the responsibility of the individuals, switching off tv and getting rid (at least in parts) of the money-centric view could help to grow children. What do you think?
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№23 Author: fatih (19 May 2011 14:14) Total user comments: 158


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very bad smell
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№24 Author: Naphia (19 May 2011 15:53) Total user comments: 1071


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bmvv,

Yes, learning how to take responsibilities and not rotting in front of a screen are for sure important aspects of a proper development which can reduce the crime rate.
Also I would teach kids to see things from more than one point of view and to think before acting.
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№25 Author: bmvv (19 May 2011 16:09) Total user comments: 85


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Naphia,


I agree...

empathy can help as well but unfortunately you can teach it only to a limited degree.
BTW: do you speak German?
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№26 Author: raymond.wendt (22 May 2011 03:59) Total user comments: 9115


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there's good incentive to stay out of jail. horrible conditions.
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№27 Author: Naphia (23 May 2011 13:25) Total user comments: 1071


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bmvv,

Yes, it probably cannot be taught very well.

And yes, I speak German. Can you see that from my English?
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№28 Author: plaidpancake (4 Sep 2011 17:40) Total user comments: 2475


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thats sick, why would you do that to people
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№29 Author: gutoow (8 Oct 2012 02:59) Total user comments: 213


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triste realidade 02
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