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 Burial of student Jhonata Alves, 16 years old, who was killed with a rifle bullet in the forehead by military police officers

Burial of student Jhonata Alves, 16 years old, who was killed with a rifle bullet in the forehead by military police officers

 Dead young black man is taken inside the Hospital Getúlio Vargas after confrontation with the military police

Dead young black man is taken inside the Hospital Getúlio Vargas after confrontation with the military police

 A rifle bullet shot by military police officers that killed the student Jhonata Alves, 16.

A rifle bullet shot by military police officers that killed the student Jhonata Alves, 16.

 Military police clean their guns in the street near the entrance of the favela of Rocinha.

Military police clean their guns in the street near the entrance of the favela of Rocinha.

 Burial of student Jhonata Alves, 16 years old, who was killed with a rifle bullet in the forehead by military police officers

Burial of student Jhonata Alves, 16 years old, who was killed with a rifle bullet in the forehead by military police officers

 Mother passes in front of the military police in the street near the entrance of the favela of Rocinha.

Mother passes in front of the military police in the street near the entrance of the favela of Rocinha.

 Pedro Ferreira de Paulo, 37 years old, does not let his children to go out in reason of fearing violence, forcing them to stay in the yard. Even the eldest daughter, Gabriela da Conceição, 14 years old, can not go to the bakery. A part of her, there are other three: Maria Eduarda da Conceição Ferreira de Paula, 13; Isabelly da Conceição Ferreira de Paula, 11 years old and Pietro da Conceição Ferreira de Paula, 9 years old. They live in the Cachambi neighborhood, north of the city.

Pedro Ferreira de Paulo, 37 years old, does not let his children to go out in reason of fearing violence, forcing them to stay in the yard. Even the eldest daughter, Gabriela da Conceição, 14 years old, can not go to the bakery. A part of her, there are other three: Maria Eduarda da Conceição Ferreira de Paula, 13; Isabelly da Conceição Ferreira de Paula, 11 years old and Pietro da Conceição Ferreira de Paula, 9 years old. They live in the Cachambi neighborhood, north of the city.

 X-ray shows a young man's leg hit by a stray bullet in the suburb of the city.

X-ray shows a young man's leg hit by a stray bullet in the suburb of the city.

 Clesia da Silva Ribeiro, 25 years old, housewife and 11 month old pregnant, believes that her children would have a different future if they did not have such close contact with violent men, and gun shots almost every day in the favela of Rocinha.

Clesia da Silva Ribeiro, 25 years old, housewife and 11 month old pregnant, believes that her children would have a different future if they did not have such close contact with violent men, and gun shots almost every day in the favela of Rocinha.

 Ivanilda Gomes Delfino cries when she speaks about the violence that brakes into her house. Beside, her son Kaique Delfino was diagnosed as overweight because he did not exercise. He stays locked up at home for fear of shooting.

Ivanilda Gomes Delfino cries when she speaks about the violence that brakes into her house. Beside, her son Kaique Delfino was diagnosed as overweight because he did not exercise. He stays locked up at home for fear of shooting.

 Poster drawn by students at the Municipal School Luiz Paulo Horta asking for peace in the favela of Rocinha.

Poster drawn by students at the Municipal School Luiz Paulo Horta asking for peace in the favela of Rocinha.

 Maria Camila de Souza and her baby David Lucas Fernandes on the slab of their house in the middle of the favela of Rocinha. She has to run and calm down her baby every time he hears a gun shot and gets in panic.

Maria Camila de Souza and her baby David Lucas Fernandes on the slab of their house in the middle of the favela of Rocinha. She has to run and calm down her baby every time he hears a gun shot and gets in panic.

 Police car passes through the Red Line, the western part of the city surrounded by favelas.

Police car passes through the Red Line, the western part of the city surrounded by favelas.

 Michele Bittencourt, mother of Matheus Bittencourt, 18 years old, murdered in the Maricá massacre, and Maria Georgina da Silva, aunt-grandmother visit for the first time the boy's tomb at the Nossa Senhora da Piedade II Cemetery. He was a victim of what was known as ‘Maricá Chacina’, where five young men between the ages of 16 and 20 were murdered by militiamen with head shots.

Michele Bittencourt, mother of Matheus Bittencourt, 18 years old, murdered in the Maricá massacre, and Maria Georgina da Silva, aunt-grandmother visit for the first time the boy's tomb at the Nossa Senhora da Piedade II Cemetery. He was a victim of what was known as ‘Maricá Chacina’, where five young men between the ages of 16 and 20 were murdered by militiamen with head shots.

 The Carlos Mariguella condominium in Maricá lives under the power of the militias. They sell basic food, gas, cigarettes, among other things. The Fazenda Road, a dirt road around the condominium that at night has no lights and is always used by bandits as escape route.   Detail of pixation: mourning

The Carlos Mariguella condominium in Maricá lives under the power of the militias. They sell basic food, gas, cigarettes, among other things. The Fazenda Road, a dirt road around the condominium that at night has no lights and is always used by bandits as escape route.

Detail of pixation: mourning

 The Carlos Mariguella condominium in Maricá lives under the power of the militias. They sell basic food, gas, cigarettes, among other things. The Fazenda Road, a dirt road around the condominium that at night has no lights and is always used by bandits as escape route.

The Carlos Mariguella condominium in Maricá lives under the power of the militias. They sell basic food, gas, cigarettes, among other things. The Fazenda Road, a dirt road around the condominium that at night has no lights and is always used by bandits as escape route.

 July Mary Ribeiro de Andrade Silva, mother of Marcos Jonathan Silva de Oliveira, 17 years old, and friends talk at Carlos Marighella Condominium. Marcos was one of the victims of the slaughter that killed five young boys. On the lamppost beside them, a banner that July put in protest of the crime. She is still afraid of the strange cars passing by. "I never managed to sleep alone here again", says.

July Mary Ribeiro de Andrade Silva, mother of Marcos Jonathan Silva de Oliveira, 17 years old, and friends talk at Carlos Marighella Condominium. Marcos was one of the victims of the slaughter that killed five young boys. On the lamppost beside them, a banner that July put in protest of the crime. She is still afraid of the strange cars passing by. "I never managed to sleep alone here again", says.

 Luciana Pacheco de Oliveira and Fábio Ferreira Vitipo, parents of Sávio de Oliveira, 20 years old, a victim of the slaughter that killed five young people inside the Carlos Marighella Condominium in Maricá. Coming from a very Christian family, the parents ended up becoming even more attached to religion after the death of their youngest son. "Every time he could, he come with us to the religious worship" says Fabio.

Luciana Pacheco de Oliveira and Fábio Ferreira Vitipo, parents of Sávio de Oliveira, 20 years old, a victim of the slaughter that killed five young people inside the Carlos Marighella Condominium in Maricá. Coming from a very Christian family, the parents ended up becoming even more attached to religion after the death of their youngest son. "Every time he could, he come with us to the religious worship" says Fabio.

Burial of student Jhonata Alves, 16 years old, who was killed with a rifle bullet in the forehead by military police officers

Dead young black man is taken inside the Hospital Getúlio Vargas after confrontation with the military police

A rifle bullet shot by military police officers that killed the student Jhonata Alves, 16.

Military police clean their guns in the street near the entrance of the favela of Rocinha.

Burial of student Jhonata Alves, 16 years old, who was killed with a rifle bullet in the forehead by military police officers

Mother passes in front of the military police in the street near the entrance of the favela of Rocinha.

Pedro Ferreira de Paulo, 37 years old, does not let his children to go out in reason of fearing violence, forcing them to stay in the yard. Even the eldest daughter, Gabriela da Conceição, 14 years old, can not go to the bakery. A part of her, there are other three: Maria Eduarda da Conceição Ferreira de Paula, 13; Isabelly da Conceição Ferreira de Paula, 11 years old and Pietro da Conceição Ferreira de Paula, 9 years old. They live in the Cachambi neighborhood, north of the city.

X-ray shows a young man's leg hit by a stray bullet in the suburb of the city.

Clesia da Silva Ribeiro, 25 years old, housewife and 11 month old pregnant, believes that her children would have a different future if they did not have such close contact with violent men, and gun shots almost every day in the favela of Rocinha.

Ivanilda Gomes Delfino cries when she speaks about the violence that brakes into her house. Beside, her son Kaique Delfino was diagnosed as overweight because he did not exercise. He stays locked up at home for fear of shooting.

Poster drawn by students at the Municipal School Luiz Paulo Horta asking for peace in the favela of Rocinha.

Maria Camila de Souza and her baby David Lucas Fernandes on the slab of their house in the middle of the favela of Rocinha. She has to run and calm down her baby every time he hears a gun shot and gets in panic.

Police car passes through the Red Line, the western part of the city surrounded by favelas.

Michele Bittencourt, mother of Matheus Bittencourt, 18 years old, murdered in the Maricá massacre, and Maria Georgina da Silva, aunt-grandmother visit for the first time the boy's tomb at the Nossa Senhora da Piedade II Cemetery. He was a victim of what was known as ‘Maricá Chacina’, where five young men between the ages of 16 and 20 were murdered by militiamen with head shots.

The Carlos Mariguella condominium in Maricá lives under the power of the militias. They sell basic food, gas, cigarettes, among other things. The Fazenda Road, a dirt road around the condominium that at night has no lights and is always used by bandits as escape route.

Detail of pixation: mourning

The Carlos Mariguella condominium in Maricá lives under the power of the militias. They sell basic food, gas, cigarettes, among other things. The Fazenda Road, a dirt road around the condominium that at night has no lights and is always used by bandits as escape route.

July Mary Ribeiro de Andrade Silva, mother of Marcos Jonathan Silva de Oliveira, 17 years old, and friends talk at Carlos Marighella Condominium. Marcos was one of the victims of the slaughter that killed five young boys. On the lamppost beside them, a banner that July put in protest of the crime. She is still afraid of the strange cars passing by. "I never managed to sleep alone here again", says.

Luciana Pacheco de Oliveira and Fábio Ferreira Vitipo, parents of Sávio de Oliveira, 20 years old, a victim of the slaughter that killed five young people inside the Carlos Marighella Condominium in Maricá. Coming from a very Christian family, the parents ended up becoming even more attached to religion after the death of their youngest son. "Every time he could, he come with us to the religious worship" says Fabio.

violenciaa.jpg
 Burial of student Jhonata Alves, 16 years old, who was killed with a rifle bullet in the forehead by military police officers
 Dead young black man is taken inside the Hospital Getúlio Vargas after confrontation with the military police
 A rifle bullet shot by military police officers that killed the student Jhonata Alves, 16.
 Military police clean their guns in the street near the entrance of the favela of Rocinha.
 Burial of student Jhonata Alves, 16 years old, who was killed with a rifle bullet in the forehead by military police officers
 Mother passes in front of the military police in the street near the entrance of the favela of Rocinha.
 Pedro Ferreira de Paulo, 37 years old, does not let his children to go out in reason of fearing violence, forcing them to stay in the yard. Even the eldest daughter, Gabriela da Conceição, 14 years old, can not go to the bakery. A part of her, there are other three: Maria Eduarda da Conceição Ferreira de Paula, 13; Isabelly da Conceição Ferreira de Paula, 11 years old and Pietro da Conceição Ferreira de Paula, 9 years old. They live in the Cachambi neighborhood, north of the city.
 X-ray shows a young man's leg hit by a stray bullet in the suburb of the city.
 Clesia da Silva Ribeiro, 25 years old, housewife and 11 month old pregnant, believes that her children would have a different future if they did not have such close contact with violent men, and gun shots almost every day in the favela of Rocinha.
 Ivanilda Gomes Delfino cries when she speaks about the violence that brakes into her house. Beside, her son Kaique Delfino was diagnosed as overweight because he did not exercise. He stays locked up at home for fear of shooting.
 Poster drawn by students at the Municipal School Luiz Paulo Horta asking for peace in the favela of Rocinha.
 Maria Camila de Souza and her baby David Lucas Fernandes on the slab of their house in the middle of the favela of Rocinha. She has to run and calm down her baby every time he hears a gun shot and gets in panic.
 Police car passes through the Red Line, the western part of the city surrounded by favelas.
 Michele Bittencourt, mother of Matheus Bittencourt, 18 years old, murdered in the Maricá massacre, and Maria Georgina da Silva, aunt-grandmother visit for the first time the boy's tomb at the Nossa Senhora da Piedade II Cemetery. He was a victim of what was known as ‘Maricá Chacina’, where five young men between the ages of 16 and 20 were murdered by militiamen with head shots.
 The Carlos Mariguella condominium in Maricá lives under the power of the militias. They sell basic food, gas, cigarettes, among other things. The Fazenda Road, a dirt road around the condominium that at night has no lights and is always used by bandits as escape route.   Detail of pixation: mourning
 The Carlos Mariguella condominium in Maricá lives under the power of the militias. They sell basic food, gas, cigarettes, among other things. The Fazenda Road, a dirt road around the condominium that at night has no lights and is always used by bandits as escape route.
 July Mary Ribeiro de Andrade Silva, mother of Marcos Jonathan Silva de Oliveira, 17 years old, and friends talk at Carlos Marighella Condominium. Marcos was one of the victims of the slaughter that killed five young boys. On the lamppost beside them, a banner that July put in protest of the crime. She is still afraid of the strange cars passing by. "I never managed to sleep alone here again", says.
 Luciana Pacheco de Oliveira and Fábio Ferreira Vitipo, parents of Sávio de Oliveira, 20 years old, a victim of the slaughter that killed five young people inside the Carlos Marighella Condominium in Maricá. Coming from a very Christian family, the parents ended up becoming even more attached to religion after the death of their youngest son. "Every time he could, he come with us to the religious worship" says Fabio.