Opinion, by Michael Royster
RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - One sad piece of last week’s news was that almost 400 people in Cambodia were killed when they were pushed onto a small stretch of bridge, from both sides. Another piece of last week’s news is similar: dozens of drug gangsters (hereafter “bandidos”) have been killed in Rio after having been pushed onto a small stretch of “turf”, from all sides.
Cambodia was a one-off disaster; Rio will continue . . .