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    Posted October 4, 2012 by
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    Cruel Violence In Angola

     
    Monday at 08:30 in the evening, a young university student named Jorge Valério Coelho da Cruz "tucho" was found dead after disappearing Saturday night in the capital of Angola, Luanda. Family members found the corpse at the morgue of Luanda, at 20:30 Monday with signs of beatings , burns and injuries. The case is under the jurisdiction of police seeking to investigate the matter thoroughly. However, preliminary versions indicate that the young have lost their lives following an action precipitated by a disagreement involving a girl, a student at the University Utanga that appealed to her brother who in turn sought Jorge Valerio "Tucho" to do justice to violent means.It is assumed that "Tucho" was being followed by the abovementioned group of killers and was abducted by them.He was brutally assaulted resulting in his death. The authors of the murder hid the corpse that would be found later with signs of heavy beating, large burns and his eyes gouged out.The murder has been conducted by a group led by the young person named Adilson Monteiro, here presented as a supposed nephew of a general Monteiro assigned to the Angolan government. The alleged offender is uncertain in part by what is suspected to have been covered by an accomplice. Jorge Valerio "Tucho" who turned 20 on 11th June, is the son of a former basketball player, Christ.He Studied Human Resource Management at the University of Lusiadas Angola. While living with his family.
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