Border crossing between Paraguay and Brazil becomes death zone for young Brazilians

Six young Brazilians have been ​each riddled with dozens of shots and executed.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Two young Brazilians, presumed brothers, were killed on Sunday night (1) at the border between Ponta Porã in Brazil's Mato Grosso do Sul state and Pedro Juan Caballero in Paraguay.

Brazil's Ponta Porã and Paraguay's Pedro Juan Caballero form one city, and the border runs right through it.

In less than a week, there have already been six executions on this border.

The group, which calls itself "Justiceiros da Fronteira" (Border Guards), left a new note at the scene of the crime, which occurred on Sunday (1). The green paper found at the . . .

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