Beagle Brutality Sets Off Brazil

Brazilian taxpayers might be mad about government services, oil-field auctions and overspending on soccer stadiums. But nothing angers them quite like mistreated dogs. 

Brazilian taxpayers might be mad about government services. They might protest oil-field auctions and resent overspending on soccer stadiums for the 2014 World Cup. But nothing angers them quite like mistreated dogs.

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