The brutal life conditions inside Brazilian prisons, where tens of men cohabit few square meters’ cells under very bad health and hygiene service as well as, the random procedure of convicts’ placement managed by security authorities reveal the State’s inability to guarantee imprisonment in a nearly fair model. Public security is on a daily debate in Brazil, a country that counts on one of the largest prisoner contingents in the world.
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