An Italian doctor was filmed by a reporter crew using an hidden camera while he was touching and kissing a patient’s intimate parts.
After undressing the patient, the abusing doctor make her lay in the examination table and begins caressing her breast, kissing her and trying to reach other intimate parts of her body.
Confronted with the facts, the doctor attacks the reporters and kicks them out of his office, continuing the aggression in the street.
This hideous event, allegedly caught on video, was the most recent violence scene in the Rainforest where indigenous still try to go on with their peaceful lives.
For decades, the lush Amazon rainforest in Brazil has served as the backdrop to escalating tensions between an indigenous population which calls the region home, and illegal loggers dead-set on exploiting its natural wealth — though the worst of the resulting atrocities may be at hand. According to a representative from the Guajajara community in northeastern Brazil, a group of illegal loggers recently captured a young indian girl from a neighboring uncontacted tribe and burned her to death.
A local indigenous leader in the Brazilian state of Maranhão recently spoke with Terra regarding the incident which has yet to be confirmed by authorities, though video of the young girl’s murder is said to exist. The representative said that the loggers who frequent his tribe’s reservation area to arrange the illegal clearing of timber are often abusive, but that recently the outsiders inexplicably murdered a child they found belonging to another indigenous community.
“The loggers were buying wood in the hands of the [Guajajara] Indians and found a little girl [from the tribe Gwajá]. And they burned the child. It was just pure evilness. She is from another tribe, they live in the woods, and have no contact with white people,” said the Guajajara leader.
He went on to add that indians are frequently beaten by loggers encroaching upon their reservations and that so far local police and government officials have turned a blind eye to the abuses.
Authorities from Brazil’s indian affairs bureau, FUNAI, say that they’ve been made aware of the murder and are seeking more information, yet the incident is hardly an isolated case. The same agency acknowledges that from 2003 to 2010, 452 indigenous people were murdered in Brazil, though the actual number could be much higher given the intimidation often faced by isolated indian communities from outside threats.
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Rapist elderly called the neighbor,only 18 years to his house in the city of Maia, Portugal, saying he wanted to show her something.She says she entered unaware that Manuel Figueiredo da Silva, 88, wanted to sexualy abuse her.The teen panicked killing the elderly with multiple stab wounds in the back and chest, because he wanted to rape her. The girl was arrested by the Police and heard in court.
In the beginning of the investigation, authorities found two cases: assault or pay back however, all clues pointed in favor towards the young student who lived near the victim.
This was not the first time the girl entered the house of Manuel, who is described by neighbors as being very rich. However, that afternoon, the man known to take drugs to increase sexual stimulation and engage with young women, in exchange for money. He called the girl, claiming that she had something inside his house that he wanted to show her. He took her to the bedroom and there, still in pajamas, tried to rape her.The young girl says she was scared and attacked him with a lamp, leaving him unconscious.Then picked up a kitchen knife and stabed him several times in the back and chest , killing him. The girl fled.
Acording to “Correio da Manha” (http://www.cmjornal.xl.pt/ ) hours later, the son in law of Manuel found him lying dead in bed. The knife was beside the body, but the lamp was gone.
A mad man tied his son to a street lamppost and tried to sell him as a slave to strangers.
Trying to get rid of his son, Yong Tsui offered the terrified child as a slave, putting a signal over a table with the youngster’s name and age and bragging of his capability for hard work.
But when bidders started to inquire how much the young man ate, furious bystanders attacked the father.
Yong told them the boy’s mother died three years ago and he could not afford to raise him.
According to the police: “He has no job, no home and no money. He says he wasn’t interested in money, just finding a home for the boy.”
Yong also said he was influenced by the story of a two-year-old Chinese boy who is in care after his parents chained him up while they worked to stop him being abducted.