Now legal to kill thieves on motorcycles in Brazil. Brutal video. NSFW or kids v

James R

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I'm in a FB group whose goal is to take back our city from the criminals, junkies, and homeless population.
There was an article the other day that said we have the 2nd highest crime rate in the country.
Most of that is property crime.

There's a huge homeless population here because it's a tourist town and it's a nice place to be if you're sleeping rough.
They steal any and everything they can, even if it's bolted down.

Catalytic converters, lawn mowers, and bikes are the big 3, but nothing is off limits.
RCMP don't really do much, the offenders are all known to them but their hands are tied when it comes to the thieves being put right back out on the streets within hours of being picked up, and the thieves know that there's no real consequences, so they steal a bike on their way out of the cop shop.
It's crazy and ridiculous.

So, this group is meant to curb the crime.
Police and media have already commented on it, begging the public to not go rogue and participate in vigilante behavior, but enough is enough already.
The group is only a few weeks old and there's multiple posts a day about people recovering their own property.
Nobody has been beat up or hurt yet, because the thieves are cowards and fold like a wet napkin when they're confronted, but it's just a matter of time.
The victims of these property crimes are becoming more and more empowered with every new post in the group, and now theirs a citizen patrol that's being formed out of it.

I love it, it's about damned time!
 

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Stupid dude jumps the counter,that right there is the emboldened nature of bad guys, they are taking your shit and aren’t afraid to do so….until something happens. Cops have their hands tied too often, and end up being accused instead of allowing them to do what they were meant to do.

bad guys now have to be stopped by those they try to oppress, we are on our own.
 

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The shop owner later posted on Reddit about this, and was answering questions. It's deleted now but he's asking for trouble. STFU and lawyer up.
Yeah that idiot did an AMA (ask me anything) a couple days after the fact. He even posted a pic of him holding a card with his his Reddit user name written on it for proof it was him posting. Stated in the AMA that he was not afraid when he did what he did. Said a lot of stupid shit. That boy is dangerous. He also said he was going to buy a gun the next day.

Most of the AMA is still available in an archive. Almost anything posted on the internet is still accessible if someone knows how to find it weather the poster deleted it or not.

He also stated in his AMA that his lawyer said it as OK for him to do the AMA. :laugh2:
 
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He discerned no difference between scattering windings and scattering bicyclists.
He discerned no difference in dress styles either.

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Wait, whaaat?

Syntax error. This does not compute.

So confused.
From Wiki so take it with a grain of salt....

In terms of absolute number of murders in a year, Brazil has the most murders of any country by total number (62,318) followed by India (29,000), the USA (25,000) and Mexico (24,576). However, when the populations are taken into account, this translates to a higher murder rate.

as for guns....

It is estimated that there are around 17 million firearms in Brazil,[7] 9 million of which are unregistered.[1] Brazil has the second largest arms industry in the Western Hemisphere.[8] Approximately 80% of the weapons manufactured in Brazil are exported, mostly to neighboring countries; many of these weapons are then smuggled back into Brazil.[8] Some firearms in Brazil come from police and military arsenals, having either been "stolen or sold by corrupt soldiers and officers."[8]

To put it in perspective the population of Brazil is about 212 million people.
 

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