U.S. highlights police violence and attacks on indigenous people and minorities in Brazil

The information is contained in the annual Human Rights Report released March 30 by the U.S. State Department.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Arbitrary killings by police, violence against indigenous people, minorities, activists, or the LGBT community, and widespread acts of corruption are some of the attacks on human rights detected in Brazil, according to a report released yesterday by the United States.

In the part of the text dedicated to Brazil, U.S. officials highlighted the "impunity and lack of accountability of security forces," as well as ineffective judicial processes that delay justice for both perpetrators of crimes and victims.

"There have been several reports that state police have committed unlawful killings. In some cases, the police employed . . .

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