The brother-in-law says that the bodies of the journalist and the native are tied to a tree

The brother-in-law says that the bodies of the journalist and the native are tied to a tree

In an interview with the newspaper PatronAccording to journalist Dom Phillips, information obtained from the Brazilian embassy in the UK indicates that the bodies of 57 British journalists and Bruno Aurozo Pereira, 47, were found dead. Tied to a tree.

“He did not describe the location, but said it was in the rainforest, tied them to a tree and has not yet been identified,” said Paul Sherwood, Dom’s brother-in-law. Family from a helper. From the Embassy.

According to a text published by the Guardian, the location could not have been identified. “When that becomes clear, or when it’s possible, they will make an identification,” Sherwood added.

Uncertainty

in addition to Son-in-law of Dom PhillipsThe journalist’s wife, Alasandra Sampayo, also said Location of the bodies of the husband and the native. She reported the fact to Andre Triguero, a journalist from TV Globo who published the news on her Twitter profile.

But despite the family version, the federal police Released a note denying the facts. The PF note states that the information released is invalid.

In addition to the backpacks, clothing and documents of the missing persons found this Sunday (12), the statement pointed out that biological materials were “checked”.

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