Salt Lake City Weekly | Issue Archives | Feb 2, 2012
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  • Vol. 28, No. 38

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  • Democracy in Other Lands
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  • Democracy in Other Lands

    A federal court in Brazil sentenced politician Talvane de Albuquerque to 103 years in prison for ordering four of his aides to kill congresswoman Ceci Cunha so he could replace her in the Chamber of Deputies. Albuquerque was Cunha’s alternate and would have assumed her seat. Albuquerque was also convicted of ordering the murders of Cunha’s husband and two of her relatives. (Associated Press)
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