Agencia EFEOctober 11, 2013 18:31
Sao Paulo, Oct 11 (EFE).- Brazil's largest criminal organization has almost 10,000 members - including 6,000 behind bars - and annual revenues of roughly $54.8 million, O Estado de Sao Paulo newspaper said Friday, citing a report from prosecutors.
The information on the First Command of the Capital, or PCC, was compiled by the organized crime unit of the Sao Paulo state Attorney General's Office.
The document draws heavily on intercepted telephone conversations between reputed PCC boss Marco Camacho, a.k.a. "Marcola," and his subordinates.