Over 100 Prisoners Slaughtered In Brazil
Brazilian sources said Friday that at least 43 prisoners were murdered in a penitentiary in the northern state of Roraima, adding to 60+ deaths reported at other prisons across the country.
Friday’s statement from the corrupt Justice Secretary said the prisoners were slaughtered overnight at the Agricultural Penitentiary of Monte Cristo. However they mysteriously refused to provide details of the murders as most people in Brazil believe the prison guards were paid off to sit by and watch and let certain prisoners escape.
The heavily corrupted Brazillian Police issued a questionable statement which claimed that despite officers, including a heavily armed military-like riot squad, being deployed to the prison, they could not stop over 40 prisoners being murdered, they could not control the prisoners at all and in fact over 180 managed to escape past them. A military police spokesman, not surprisingly, declined to comment, creating further suspicions of the roles the guards played in the mass murder and massive escape.
The butchery at the Agricultural Penitentiary of Monte Cristo comes just days after suspicious riots in two other prisons left over 60 prisoners murdered in cold blood in the neighboring state of Amazonas, most of them beheaded.
Authorities admit gangs are fighting for the control of the prisons and drug routes in the northern part of the country, which borders Colombia, Venezuela, Peru and the Guianas and they claim they can’t do anything about it.
Four prisons in Amazonas had uncontrollable riots Sunday and Monday where sources state the Prison Guards just watched while the prisoners were decapitated. One institution suffered the country’s worst prison slaughter since 1992, with over half of the 60+ massacred being beheaded and several others dismembered while the prison guards watched. The prison authorities had no explanation as to how the prisoners came to possess the weapons necessary to be able to decapitate over 30 humans. In a different prison, four prisoners were executed by other prisoners. As was mentioned before, all of this killing is over control of the prisons themselves and the drug routes through Brazil.
In addition to the murders a total of 184 inmates escaped from Amazonas prisons in the disturbances, most of them appear to have been deliberately let go by the prison guards and were also the ones doing the beheading. As of Thursday afternoon, only 65 of the least dangerous had been recaptured.
The corrupt authorities say that in Amazonas, the local Family of the North gang attacked members of Sao Paulo-based First Command, Brazil’s biggest criminal organization despite the guards having fully automatic assault rifles and riot gear and body armor. The two gangs openly admit they are fighting over the control of Brazils’ prisons (the gangs control the prisons, not the “authorities”) and drug routes in northern Brazil.
In October, a riot at the Agricultural Penitentiary of Monte Cristo, the same where disturbances were reported on Friday, left 18 slaughtered prisoners and not a single murderer was punished.
Do NOT travel to Brazil until they get rid of the criminals that permeate every aspect of Brazil and it’s corrupt government.