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Some Brazilian police officers live amid growing sense of fear

Wary of retaliation after violence killed many gang members

By Paulo Prada
Globe Correspondent / May 27, 2006

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SÃO PAULO-- When Ruiz Cezário turns in at night, he places his .38-caliber revolver next to the Bible on his bedside table. He no longer takes public transportation, riding instead behind the tinted windows of the family hatchback as his wife drives him to and from work. When she drops their two kids off at school, the children dodge questions ... (Full article: 1034 words)

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