Teenage Girl Predicted Own Murder In The Chilling Facebook Post Hours Before Brutal Death

Posted by Abdul Rafay in News On 22nd February 2021
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In a Facebook post, a teenage girl predicted her murder. She even said goodbye to her friends and family. A wanted poster for the two men suspected to be the murderers was issued by the authorities. The police also believe that the same case could apply to two murders committed nearby on 17 February.

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Brazil's Cristiane Carvalho Guimaraes, 17, named her killers and claimed she was going to be killed after she got BRL 3,000 (£395) in debt with local drug dealers.

She wrote: “I come here to say goodbye to everyone. I will die shortly.”

The murder took place on February 13, in the municipality of Itapiranga in the Brazilian state of Amazonas.

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In another post, Cristiane wrote: “They'll send the location so my body can be found.”

A post sent from the victim's profile the next day, but seemingly written by her attackers, revealed her dead body's precise location.

At the top, the message was signed 'CV,' referring to the 'Comando Vermelho' criminal group.

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Since February 12, the police have been informed of the girl's disappearance.

However, she had already been murdered by the time police found her the next day in the area revealed by the murderers.

Her cause of death has not been revealed and, as she expected in her Facebook post, it is not clear whether she was shot.

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Investigating officers now suspect that Comando Vermelho may have had nothing to do with the murder of the teen and that the killing was misattributed to the gang by her true murderer to deceive investigators.

They also claim that her murderer was probably also writing the previous posts made by Cristiane.

The police also believe that the same crime could be connected with two murders committed nearby on February 17.

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The victims were known as Lorival Fonseca Moraes and Antonio Monteiro dos Santos, who, in her prophetic stance, was the brother and brother-in-law of one of the suspects whom Cristiane named her murderers.

The police claim that Comando Vermelho members were unhappy with the increased police surveillance they were exposed to after their description in the last Facebook post of Cristiane.

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They attempted to locate the offenders identified in their previous post unsuccessfully and only ended up murdering the family of one.

Investigators believe that the crime is simply femicide and that a narcotics debt has nothing to do with the motive.

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