‘A country where police kill frequently and with impunity’, describes NYT – 05/06/2021 – Nelson de Sá

The police raid or surprise attack, “raid”, according to English statements, hit one of the main vehicles overseas within hours. In the New York Times appeal, “police raid kills at least 25”. Featured in the report (image below):

“In a state and a country where the police kill frequently and with complete impunity, the results of the operation can be entered in the registers.”

In the Washington Post, along with AP, the action “appears to violate last year’s Supreme Court ruling that ordered police to suspend operations during the pandemic, limiting them to” absolutely exceptional “situations. “

In the London Guardian, “the raid which violated the order of justice is one of the deadliest in history”, with reviews pointing to a “massacre”. And in the Daily Mail tabloid, “at least 25 die in bloody battle with heavily armed police.”

Europeans like Le Figaro and Der Spiegel and Latin Americans like Clarín are already reporting.

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