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Sitting on a chair in the corner, E. Malheiros sees a criminal hardening in the judiciary, the prison system and society in general: The prisoners were strip-searched and made to stand naked for a time in the yard, which was really just a hallway. A member of an all-female gang gets detained and strip searched in jail. He explains that there is currently no specific law in the country about the frisk.
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