Editorial, by Stone Korshak
RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL – Since my first visit to Brazil in 2002 when I saw a police officer fire his gun in the air with one hand while simultaneously holding a suspect in a choke-hold - next to a crowded kiosk along Copacabana beach - it has been clear to me that public security is a different animal here to what it is back home. In the years that have followed I've seen Rio make a lot of progress in this area, but there is much more to be done.
First off I'd like to . . .