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Brazilian Men Seen on Video Assaulting Transgender Woman Before She Was Found Dead | Democracy Now!

10.3.17

Brazilian Men Seen on Video Assaulting Transgender Woman Before She Was Found Dead | Democracy Now!: In Brazil, investigators have released a harrowing video showing six men assaulting a transgender woman who was found murdered last month, as police attempt to track down her killers. The cellphone footage shows the men shouting homophobic slurs as they kick and beat 42-year-old Dandara dos Santos, before throwing her into a wheelbarrow and carting her onto the side street where she was found shot to death. Dos Santos was one of at least five transgender Brazilians murdered last month. Worldwide crime statistics show that, on average, one transgender person is murdered every three days.


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