Eight months before the murder of Council member Marielle Franco (PSOL-RJ) and driver Anderson Pedro Gomes, Amnesty International today (14) recommended an independent external commission to accompany ongoing investigations in the country. For the group, the group should be created by experts, lawyers and experts because of gaps in crime.
The concern of the non-governmental organization is to check that all investigative lines are investigated in case of unnecessary interventions in negligence and criminal investigation. The murder took place in the center of Rio de Janeiro on the night of March 14, as Marielle left the scene of a political incident.
Amnesty International today has published a document called The Labyrinth of Marielle Franco Case (14), which analyzes the case on five thematic axes and speaks about the lack of answers and incompatible information.
The document was revealed in Rio de Janeiro before the parents of the dead councils, Marinete and Antônio da Silva. "I have the impression that we're building ice. It's been eight months and we're asking the same questions, and we don't have an answer yet. This case is really a maze," he said.
For Amnesty International, concerns include the progress of investigations and conflicting information by the authorities. In May the head of the Rio Civilian Police Rivaldo Barbosa announced that the statements would be close; Soon after, Rio Security Secretary-General Richard Nunes admitted the completion of investigations this year. There was also information from the Federal Government's Secretariat of Public Security.
Renata Neder, the research coordinator for Amnesty International, warned that the killing of human rights defenders and low-resolution killings are koordin Brazilian history Uluslararası. For her, there are indications that state agents are pointing a criminal offense.
Oyu Everything, yes, yes, police officers or other security agents will be involved., A highly planned, sophisticated crime, the weapons used, the ammunition used, the camera shut down, the accuracy of the shooting with two cars of the movement. it shows that he may have security guards involved in the murder. "
For Marielete's mother, Marielete, it is not necessary to federalize the investigations. "If you have a group to learn what's going on, it's going to be important, without parallel research. I think it's not the time of the federalized case, but when it's already necessary. However, any contribution to the assistance applies. "
For Renata Nederland, there are still unanswered questions about inconsistencies, inconsistencies and contradictions in the case. "Amnesty International's assessment, after eight months of looking at all this information together, lies in a labyrinth with the investigation of the case, a series of undiscovered roads and dead-end streets. there are lots of serious information. da
Renata Neder said the first issue revolves around weapons and ammunition used in crime. According to the information, Marielle, the Federal Police to be directed to the post office in Paraíba, a group of 13 shots limited to Brazil and 9 mm caliber ammunition with four hits to be shot.
There are also reports from the same chart that ammunition has been used with 20 victims in Osasco and Barueri in a section of São Paulo in August 2015. Amnesty International asks whether the ammunition belongs to the land, how it is lost and who it belongs to, how the ammunition arrived in Rio de Janeiro and its relationship with the São Paulo destruction group.
With regard to the weapon of the crime, the first information was the use of a 9 mm gun adapted to shoot in sequence, then the use of several units in Brazil with a sub-machine gun HK-MP5 (Civil Used by Police and River Military Police) (January).
The disappearance of five such weapons was reported. Amnesty International is asking how weapons have disappeared, who is responsible, and what has been done to improve arms control in state institutions.
The non-governmental organization also questioned how the cars and electronic equipment used in the crime and the city's security cameras were questioned on the ambush scene the day before.
In pictures, one of the suspects appears on a cell phone before getting into a car and running away. Amnesty International wants to know if the device has been scanned and whether the plaques have been cloned. There are also questions about how to turn off the cameras, where they come from and where the cars are going.
The agency also raises doubts about the investigation procedures, as the bodies of Marielle and Anderson would not have had the X-ray of the standard behavior in the murder cases on the grounds that no equipment would be found.
According to the organization, there are signs that vehicles will not be stored properly and that military police officers have rejected eyewitnesses at the scene and will not be heard later.
Also to mark the eight months of the murder and celebrate Marielle's legacy and memory, UPP book: Favela to be converted into three letters today at 18:00 in the city's City Council. – Security policy analysis As a result of his master's degree in Public Administration at Fluminense Federal University.