In a March 29 story about demonstrations countering a celebration of Brazil's 1964 military coup, The Associated Press erroneously reported that Jose Miguel Vivanco, director of Human Rights Watch's Americas division, said that protests and a truth commission are no substitute for the justice Brazil should offer the junta's victims. Vivanco said that a truth commission is no substitute for justice, but did not mention protests.
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