AUTHORITIES GOLD MINERS AT A BAR BRAGGED ABOUT SLAUGHTERING MEMBERS OF A RECLUSIVE BRAZILIAN TRIBE

THE MINERS CUT THE TRIBE MEMBERS' BODIES SO THAT THEY WOULDN'T FLOAT, LORENZI SAID, THEN DROPPED THEM INTO THE JANDIATUBA RIVER.

AUTHORITIES GOLD MINERS AT A BAR BRAGGED ABOUT SLAUGHTERING MEMBERS OF A RECLUSIVE BRAZILIAN TRIBE

Lorenzi told The Post, "it's usually bows and arrows against guns."

The outside world might never have heard about the suspected massacre if not for some barroom boasting by a group of miners fresh from working an illegal gig in the Amazon jungle. The garimpeiros had bragged that they’d...

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