By Simeon Tegel LIMA, PERU — AFTER TWO disaffected former pupils killed five teenagers, an administrator and teacher at a school in the state of São Paulo earlier in March, gun advocates in Brazil quickly cited the tragedy as an example of why the country's firearms laws needed to be relaxed. "As long as guns are outlawed, only outlaws will have guns," tweeted Major Sérgio Olímpio, a former police officer who is now a senator for Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro's ultra-conservative Social Liberal Party. He added that the massacre proved the "failure and…Read more …
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