He took everything from me, everyone. I probably didn't look much better than him, burnt clothes to the skin flaking off me by the minute. And that's when it dawned on me. Here I was, about to execute this poor bastard like some dime store angel of death and I realized, they were correct. I wouldn't know right from wrong if one of them was helping the poor and the other one was banging my sister. Hollow and close to Washed-up, Cameron Bailey is overcome with guilt after his wife and daughter's death. He finds himself in Bope, the brutal military Favela unit in Brazil but realizes that killing other's people's kids won't bring back his own.