Brazilian man killed in cold blood with tear gas in police car

Outrage swept the entire country as protesters in the northeastern city of Umbauba burnt tires and blocked roads, while President Bolsonaro vowed to get to the bottom of the incident.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Horrifying images show Brazilian police shoving a black man into the trunk of their car by the roadside as what appears to be a teargas canister is released inside. The man later died of asphyxiation.

Genivaldo de Jesus Santos, 38, was reportedly taking prescription medications for schizophrenia. Rio-based activist and politician Renata Souza claimed: "There are no words in the face of such inhumanity."

Outrage swept the entire country as protesters in the northeastern city of Umbauba in Sergipe state burnt tires and blocked roads, while President Bolsonaro vowed to get to the bottom of . . .

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