Police abuses in Rio de Janeiro’s biggest massacre denounced to the UN

The complaint was presented by the Arns Commission, a reputable organization integrated by 20 political, legal, academic, intellectual, and social movement personalities from Brazil.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - A Brazilian human rights organization presented this Tuesday, June 1, an "urgent appeal" for at least four UN Human Rights Office rapporteurs to investigate possible abuses that occurred in a police operation that left 28 dead last May in Rio de Janeiro.

The complaint sent to the UN headquarters in Geneva was presented by the Arns Commission, an organization integrated by 20 political, legal, academic, intellectual, and social movement personalities from Brazil . . .

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