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U.S. air Marshals Flee Brazil After Being Charged With Assault

Two U.S. air marshals who arrested the wife of a Brazilian judge on a flight to Rio de Janeiro — and were themselves arrested and had their passports confiscated by Brazilian authorities — fled the country using alternate travel documents rather than face what they believed to be trumped-up charges, sources said.

The incident has impacted air marshal operations on flights to Brazil, officials said, and air marshals contacted by CNN said the case raises questions about Brazil’s willingness to support future law enforcement actions by U.S. officials on international flights.

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  • GOOD job FAMs! and Welcome home! Another, smart, smart move!
    Again, good job!
    Welcome Home 🙂
    ~ your Cabin Flight Attendants

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