Brazil’s Federal Prisons Host Its Most Deadly Organized Drug Gang Members

Named a threat to democracy in the country for their power and political influence, militiamen are a minority in federal prisons, where drug gangs PCC, CV, and FDN prisoners are predominant.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Bonde dos Cachorros is not a funk group, Amigos do Estado is not an NGO that partners with the Government, Sindicato RN does not defend any professional category and 'Cerol Fino' is not a kite club. These are the names, unknown to many, of some of the dozens of Brazilian criminal factions that help to make up the complex scenario of drug trafficking and robbery in their states . . .

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