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Brazil's new president share both scenarios vow to crackdown on rising crime has put him on a collision course with the country's notorious prison gangs with Brazil's prison population exploding to around seven hundred and fifty thousand inmates the prison gangs have come to wield vast power that reaches beyond the jail house walls Reuters correspondent Gabriel stark order there is in the set top , actions roommates from prison guards and with the dangers of prison life by the is they become false criminal networks involving gun running drug trafficking prostitution extortion rackets the prison gangs are facts always are run by jailed king pins presiding over their empires using smuggled cell phones I went to what is considered to be Brazil's worst prison cancel se the largest prison in the country it's in the wealthy seven six yeah , was inaugurated in nineteen fifty nine is just right , terrible security problems in the state %HESITATION they have at least eight different gangs living in a , the problems of the poor to Allegra central lockup speak to the massive challenges boats in our %HESITATION is facing his crime fighting proposals include toughening prison sentences isolating gang leaders in maximum security cells as well as building bigger jails to house inmates currently Brazil has just five federal jails all built since two thousand six overcrowded cell blocks are policed by underpaid guards and deadly riots are common shot , the one in the northern city of my nose in two thousand and seventeen , east fifty six inmates were killed when members of rival prison gangs slaughtered each other