A Look at Brazil’s Overflowing Prisons

Brazilian jail cells are overflowing. The largest country in South America houses more than half-a-million prisoners, the fourth-highest in the world. Yet, it has room for only 300-thousand. In the past year, at least 200 inmates have been murdered, and prison officials point the finger to severe overcrowding.

Correspondent: Stephen Gibbs
Photography: Eduardo Duwe
Editing: Miuda

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