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Military police enter the Urso Branco State Prison in Porto Velho, capital of Rondonia state, northern Brazil, on Friday, April 23, 2004. Police retook control of a prison after a bloody uprising, and found five more mutilated bodies of inmates Friday, bringing the death toll to 14. During the five-day rebellion, some prisoners ate cats and tossed human body parts from the prison's roof. (AP Photo/Paulo Santos)

Inmates of the Urso Branco prison in the western Brazilian city of Porto Velho sit on the jail's roof waiting for the results of the negotiations between prisoner's representatives and jail officials, April 22, 2004. A five-day riot at the prison, in which at least nine inmates were killed and prisoners brandished the severed heads of their enemies from the walls, ended on Thursday, authorities said. Photo by Reuters

Inmates celebrate on the water tank of the Urso Branco State Prison after reaching an agreement with authorities to stop the riot in Porto Velho in the Brazilian state of Rondonia, Thursday, April 22, 2004. (AP Photo/Victor R. Caivano)

Police frisk inmates after a prison riot came to an end in the Porto Velho prison, in the Brazilian state of Rondonia, Thursday, April 22, 2004. (AP Photo/Victor R. Caivano)

Women who were held hostage wait to leave the Urso Branco State Prison's main gate after a rebellion came to an end in Porto Velho, in the Brazilian state of Rondonia, Thursday, April 22, 2004. (AP Photo/ Victor R. Caivano)

Unidentified women grimace and cry when inmates throw the mutilated body of a hostage, during a mutiny at the Urso Branco prison in Porto Velho, Rondonia, north of Brazil. The brutal riot at Brazil's Urso Branco prison ended after a week-long uprising that left nine inmates dead, police said.(AFP/File/Patricia Santos)

An inmate makes a peace sign at the Urso Branco State Prison in Porto Velho, capital of Rondonia state, northern Brazil, on Friday, April 23, 2004. Police retook control of a prison after a bloody uprising, and found five more mutilated bodies of inmates Friday, bringing the death toll to 14. During the five-day rebellion, some prisoners ate cats and tossed human body parts from the prison's roof. (AP Photo/Paulo Santos)

Relatives of prisoners being held in the Urso Branco prison in Porto Velho, northern Brazil, cry upon seeing mutilated bodies of unidentified prisoners being exhibited and thrown from the prison roof on the third day of a riot, April 19, 2004. Rioting prisoners have killed eight hostages and security forces could not yet enter the building to end the mutiny. REUTERS/Dida Sampaio-AE
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