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Brazil: gathering outside printers to stop spread of anti-Dilma pamphlets

Rodrigo Vianna at Escrevinhador [pt] writes that around 60 people gathered in front of a São Paulo graphic printers in the early hours of this morning to prevent the distribution of pamphlets allegedly commissioned by a Catholic Bishop attacking presidential candidate Dilma Rousseff. Soon after news of the gathering spread, it was discovered that the printers’ owner has been affiliated to the opposition party, PSDB, since 1991.

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