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Gisele Oliveira
Brazilian, law student & true-crime writer. Email: ✏️

The disgusting discovery that led to the arrest of a pedophile doctor

Eugênio Chipkevitch. Source: IMDb

Born in 1954, Eugênio Chipkevitch is a Ukrainian naturalized citizen of Brazil. He graduated with…

20-year-old Louise Ribeiro was lured to her death by her ex-boyfriend

Vinícius Neres. Source: Metropoles

Louise Maria da Silva Ribeiro was a cheerful and polite middle daughter. She grew up in Brasília, Brazil, and her sympathy and commitment to studies gave her friends and a place at the University of Brasília (UnB), one of the most important universities in the country. At 20, she was attending the 4th semester of Biology and doing an internship at the Brazilian Institute of Environment and Renewable Natural Resources (IBAMA). Unbeknownst to Louise, her rising career would be interrupted by 19-year-old Vinícius Neres with whom she had cultivated a friendship and a supposed eight-month relationship.

Louise Ribeiro met Vinícius…

His ex-wife didn’t know she was married to a convicted murderer

Paulo Roberto de Caldas Osório. Source

Paulo Osório stated he didn’t know how to explain what led him to commit murder. He served ten years in the psych ward of the Papuda Penitentiary Complex in Brasília after he was diagnosed with schizophrenia. …

Yasmin da Silva Nery didn’t take her intuition seriously

Yasmin da Silva Nery. Source

“I’ve never talked to him in person and I barely know where he lives, if I disappear/die you already know,” posted Yasmin da Silva Nery, 16, on her Twitter account on June 9, 2019, at 2:09 am. In a matter of hours, she would be murdered and dismembered in the house of a 17-year-old boy she had met a day before.

Yasmin da Silva Nery was an exemplary daughter. She was a sweet, shy, and intelligent girl who enjoyed hanging out with friends and, according to her father, Waldir Nery, would never stay more than two hours outside without telling…

He claimed she set herself on fire

Isabela Miranda de Oliveira. Source

Friday, March 3, 2019, was supposed to be a good day with friends. Isabela had been invited by…

After almost eight years, his family continues to point out the contradictions surrounding the case

Andreia Regina Bovo Pesseghini, Luis Marcelo Pesseghini, and Marcelo Eduardo Bovo Pesseghini. Source

One of the most intriguing cases ever reported in Brazil happened back in 2013 when a 13-year-old boy was accused of fatally shooting his military parents, his maternal grandmother, and his great-aunt, in their home in São Paulo, Brazil. The murder inquiry also includes that he drove to school, attended classes, and committed suicide once he went back home. His young age, in addition to his docile personality and the contradictions surrounding the case, led people to argue against the official conclusion.

The killing spree took place around 00:30 a.m. on August 5, 2013. The first victim was Luis Marcelo…

He had planned the crime for two months, and two other girls were on his kill list

Tamires Paula de Almeida. Source

False rumors led an angry mob to take the life of an innocent woman

Fabiane Maria de Jesus. Source

Fabiane Maria de Jesus was a 33 years old housewife, mother of two daughters. Her then-husband, Jaílson, described her as a happy, studious, and friendly woman. She had taken vocational courses and was willing to be a flight attendant one day. Her eldest daughter was 12 years old and was already following in her mother’s footsteps; she was the best student in her class and liked to embroider, just like Fabiane taught her. Her youngest daughter was a toddler and would not have the chance to grow up with a mother.

In April 2014, citizens of Guarujá, São Paulo state…

In the last few minutes of 2016, a grisly massacre shocked Brazil.

Photo by Nagatoshi Shimamura on Unsplash

46-year-old Sidnei Ramis de Araújo worked as a Laboratory Technician and lived in Campinas, São Paulo, just like his 41-year-old former wife Isamara Filier and his 8-year-old son João Victor. …

Misinformation has surrounded the case for almost a decade.

Wellington Menezes de Oliveira.

On the morning of April 7, 2011, an unprecedented tragedy took place in a Brazilian school. That day, 23-year-old Wellington Menezes de Oliveira opened fire on students at Tasso da Silveira Municipal School, the same school he had attended from 1999 to 2002, in the city of Rio de Janeiro.

Wellington was born on July 13, 1987, in Rio de Janeiro. He was adopted as a baby by Dicéia Menezes and Guido Bulgana Cubas de Oliveira and grew up in the neighborhood of Realengo along with five adopted siblings. His birth mother, Eliete Pereira, was a niece of Dicéia’s first…

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