see video: Angry, butchers and burning campfire population suspected of raping girl 11 years in Fonte Boa

The man was beaten with sticks and stones to death, then dismembered and burned in a fire made by the city's population.
18/01/2020 13h43 - Updated 19/01/2020 15h17

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The police station in the municipality of Fonte Boa (distant 678 km from Manaus), It was raided on the night this Friday (17) By popular that dragged from inside Ronald Gomes Borges, from 28 years, who was arrested after raping and killing asphyxiated, an identified girl like Elcleciane Duarte Birth 10 years.

The man was beaten with sticks and stones to death, then dismembered and burned in a fire made by the city's population. In a well-medieval climate the locals celebrate justice made with hands own and put his head on a stake Ronald, while gargalhavam.

The action was recorded and shared on social networks. It all happened while the victim's family cried her death elsewhere in the municipality.

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As the investigator Mario Alves, the 55th Precinct Police Interactive (DIP) Boa Supply, the victim went to the author's home, to make cakes with his partner to sell and on occasion, she was alone with him in the house. Ronald offered R $ 40 for the smallest to have sex with him, but to deny and try to escape, he gave a "rear naked choke" the victim raped and then smothered with a rope causing it came to death.

The criminal killed the girl and put her under the bed. When his partner arrived around 19h, she found the body and told the child's family that triggered the police. in action, the criminal has escaped and was found in the forest area. After arrest, it was found that it had an open arrest warrant for rape also.

Ronald was detained in the police station waiting to be transferred to the capital, which would be available to the Justice for appropriate procedures.


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