RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - (Column) As I write, just a day after the death of eight-year-old Ágatha Félix, the city of Rio de Janeiro feels as if it is about to explode. The tension, anger, and raw emotion is palpable – not just in favela communities – but bubbling across the entire city.
Ágatha was traveling with her mother, Vanessa Sales, in one of the Kombi vans which provide . . .