Opinion, by Alfonso Stefanini
RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - With all the corruption being (re-)discovered and the current battle against its ongoing existence, there is one political scandal that has slipped through the cracks of the public eye, and that is money washing, literally.
Casa da Moeda do Brasil, the Brazilian Mint, responsible for the production of bills, legal tender coins, passports, security prints, and even medals, was recently fined R$860,000, or US$430,000, for dumping untreated waste . . .