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originally posted by: supremecommander
originally posted by: ipsedixit
The Russian vice-consul in Rio de Janeiro dramatically shot dead an armed mugger who had tried to hold him up in his car - just after the Olympic torch relay had passed by on the last day before the Rio 2016 opening ceremony.
Marcos Cesar Feres Braga, a Brazilian lawyer who holds the vice-consul post at the Russian consulate, reportedly grabbed the attacker and pulled him into his BMW X6 after he had smashed the car window and pointed a gun at him, demanding he hand over his watch.
A struggle ensued inside the diplomat's car until he managed to grab the assailant's gun, which he used to shoot him dead at point blank range, according to police.
Armed mugger killed in gun drama near Olympics as Russian diplomat drags motorcycle robber into his car and shoots him dead
This is like something out of a novel.
I don't really have much of a comment about this but it is an interesting incident. I have a feeling that the Rio Olympics are going to be different.
Beautiful. Justice is served.
originally posted by: Tjoran
you can watch the Rio clusterf*ck happen in real time here twitter.com... for those interested in what else is going on as well.
Edit: Extra link to the Apocalympics (lol) subreddit www.reddit.com...
originally posted by: Gothmog
Russian style justice. Not too bad.
originally posted by: CriticalStinker
a reply to: ipsedixit
Don't mess with Texa(n)s or Russia(ns). Good rules to follow.
originally posted by: Gin
Russian wins gold medal in pest removal. There will be more incidents like this I'm afraid, as crime rate in Rio is sky-high.
originally posted by: Sillyosaurus
Anyways so the banning of Russia over the doping scandal never happened?
Russia will have 271 athletes eligible to compete at the Rio Games, says the International Olympic Committee (IOC).
This is more than two-thirds of their original entry list of 389 athletes, despite the World Anti-Doping Agency (Wada) recommending a blanket ban after a state-sponsored doping scandal.