Two Robbers Shot in Hands for Stealing in Venezuela

Two Robbers Shot in Hands for Stealing in Venezuela

Venezuela shares a border with Brazil, so I wonder if that as anything to do with the two countries utilizing similar methods of punishment for thieves caught stealing in their neighborhoods.

According to the info I got, the video is from Venezuela. It shows two thieves, who were caught stealing in a gang controlled territory, receiving punishment by having their hands shot with a gun.

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68 thoughts on “Two Robbers Shot in Hands for Stealing in Venezuela”

      1. In Spanish, its “jajaja”, but I’m typing in English, so its “bahahahaha”. “Jajaja” in English would be pronounced “ya-ya-ya”, which sounds like an affirmation of something, not like the laughter which I’m trying to express.

  1. Venezuela is just as brutal as brazil when it comes to their crimes and vigilante justice especially in prisons. I just wonder why we don’t hear as much from Venezuela as we hear from brazil.

    Rapists get brutally murdered in Venezuela as much as in brazil. Take the case of :”La Reina del Arroz con Pollo” for instance. Brutal.

    To our Venezuelan friends in our BG community please encourage your people to share their videos with us so we can enjoy your country’s demises.

      1. It doesn’t. If it’s the same list I’m thinking then it was about ranking cities so “Caracas” scores on top, but Brazil wins easily against any country when it comes to absolute numbers, this is why you get to see more of these events on video coming from Brazil than anywhere else in the world where people act in the exact same way, some counties within Brazil even got numbers as high as “Caracas”. I see dishonest people using this as an excuse when trying to paint Brazil as peaceful by highlighting violent cities in the US while ignoring the rest so they pick a location like “St. Louis” to overgeneralize a problem that clearly isn’t widespread but actually something peculiar to a location.

  2. See it’s not that hard. You get caught bam you pay the price right there and now. No need for courts, lawyers or police. That way you also keep a lot of criminals from making more money in the government. They’ve got themselves cool scars to so off in the future.

  3. See it’s not that hard. You get caught bam you pay the price right there and now. No need for courts, lawyers or police. That way you also keep a lot of criminals from making more money in the government. They’ve got themselves cool scars to so off in the future.

  4. See it’s not that hard. You get caught bam you pay the price right there and now. No need for courts, lawyers or police. That way you also keep a lot of criminals from making more money in the government. They’ve got themselves cool scars to so off in the future.

  5. he finished it with a football style referee whistle

    “toot toot, and here we are at the start of the 2nd half and too players has been permanently sent off for the rest of the match 🙁 “

  6. I’ve yet to hear about any good documentaries about or coming out of Brazil and surrounding areas talking about all the violence. it’s about time. and this fucking guy. what a gangster, so gangster, he uses pockets to carry his ammo. that’s a damn good idea. fuck extra mags. that’s stupid.

  7. Second lad turned round twice as if to say ” ouch, what the fuck have you done to my hand?”. What the fuck did he expect from a point blank gun shot?
    Sticky fingered pricks ought to think twice before swiping other folk’s belongings.

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