Altamira Child Emasculation Case

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These are old new from back in the late 80's, early 90's. I was making some research about SRA and found about this case here from Brazil, in a state close to mine. The links this time are in english!

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Altamira_child_emasculations;

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Maranhão_child_emasculations

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Francisco_das_Chagas_Rodrigues_de_Brito

Everything in this case is sketchy. Similar stuff happened back in late 2017. A satanic wizard was arrested but ultimately set free.

Funny thing though, the wizard started questioning why he didn't get help from his clientes and entities, leading to a small Faith crisis...

Anyway, the guy Francisco was formally found guilty from the maranhão case and is the main suspect of the altamira case.

Another fun fact, francisco was 38 when he was arrested, the brazilian law says that you can only spend 30 years in jail, no life or death sentence. So when francisco is 68 he'll ultimately be set free again.
 





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Amazing finds! What is your overview of the situation Mr.A?
Child Traficking. The arrested guy might be the culprit of at least one of the cases but early this year it has been reported that number of human traficking in brazil was the biggest ever, there are at least two cases here in my city of disappearences and we here in brazil have the urban legend of the "Black Car".

This 'black car' urban myth might have originated from this cases of children kidnapping, it's sad that it is a somewhat 'common' thing.
 





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Child Traficking. The arrested guy might be the culprit of at least one of the cases but early this year it has been reported that number of human traficking in brazil was the biggest ever, there are at least two cases here in my city of disappearences and we here in brazil have the urban legend of the "Black Car".

This 'black car' urban myth might have originated from this cases of children kidnapping, it's sad that it is a somewhat 'common' thing.
That damn "black car" sure gets around dont it? Seems like there is one on every block these days.