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She described the victim as a family friend who had been facing difficulties and the Fletchalls took her in about six months ago to help her out. Lorie had worked in banking, Belo said. Over the years, the Fletchalls had faced financial problems, according to court records, including a Chapter 7 bankruptcy in Colorado civil cases in Adams County courts involving the couple were filed in and A third suit involving money issues was filed in Adams County in ; only John Fletchall was named in that case.
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Belo Monte is the solution. Objections have been raised on scientific, legal, and economic grounds. In May, 20 Brazilian scientific associations sent a letter to President Rousseff, requesting the suspension of the process of licensing the dam. The expense falls on the Brazilian taxpayer to subsidize this boondoggle in the Amazon.
After the approval of the license to build Belo Monte on June 1, protests were held all over Brazil. Internationally, the dam has been criticised by everyone from Amnesty International to James Cameron, director of Avatar, who has visited Altamira several times. In April, the Inter-American Commission on Human Rights recommended to Brazil that it take urgent action to guarantee the rights of indigenous peoples before going ahead with dam construction, as required by the Brazilian Constitution as well as the UN Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples and Convention of the International Labor Organisation.
Brazil responded by withdrawing its commissioner, a step that could jeopardise its chances at a coveted permanent seat on the U. Security Council. One typical response to international attention is that it's just foreign meddling, trying to keep Brazil from rising to first-world status. And the United States, for example, has already done the same thing, so who are they to talk? I overhear a conversation on a plane leaving Altamira: 'In the U. They want to be the guard of the world. We need to be armed. Parts of the city below meters of elevation will be flooded.
These areas already flood during the rainy season, so they don't stand a chance against Belo Monte. Norte Energia, in its public statements, has played up the 'precarious circumstances' of the families that live in these neighborhoods. Even those that won't be 'relocated' are being forced out by skyrocketing rents due to the massive influx of people to the city: In all, more than 6, families will be affected, according to Xingu Vivo.
Families with nowhere else to go have resorted to occupying vacant land in Altamira. This has led to violent clashes with police. On June 22, about families were violently evicted from land they had occupied. Without a warrant, civil and military police used rubber bullets and tear gas to evict the occupiers.
Forty people, including three minors, were arrested. The previous day, about families were removed and three people were arrested.