Brazilians boycott JBS meat products

Meat company executives accused of corruption in Brazil escaped prison sentences in exchange for testimony which implicates the president. Michel Temer is now struggling for his political survival.

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    Meat company executives accused of corruption in Brazil escaped prison sentences in exchange for testimony which implicates the president.

    Michel Temer is now struggling for his political survival.

    But many Brazilians are angry that the meat bosses didn't go to jail and are boycotting their products.

    Al Jazeera’s Lucia Newman reports from Brasilia.


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