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Thursday, April 7, 2016

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Pedro Rodrigues Filho, was convicted and sentenced to 128 years, but the maximum to serve in Brazil is 30 years. He was released in 2007. And arrested in again in 2011.

He claimed to have killed over 100 victims, 47 of them inmates.

He also killed his father. His father killed his wife (Filho's mother) with an ax.


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If you want to know more, just click his name it contains the link!


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17 comments:

  1. Freaky! Mysteries are my favorite, too. :-) Thanks for sharing!

    -Sati

    http://atozwriting.blogspot.com/

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    1. Thanks, Sati - it is freaky isn't it! Thanks for stopping by!

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  2. Hi Yolanda,

    i have nominated you for the Liebster Award http://indiandramaqueen.blogspot.com/2016/04/liebster-award-thank-you-upasana.html

    You are free to accept or reject it, if you accept it and do write on it let me know.

    BTW nice take on F

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    1. Thanks Dee Dee, I'm truly honored. I can't wait to post it, but at this stage I'll wait until May. Thanks again!

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  3. Eish ... hope he stays behind bars and has no freedom anymore ... scary thanks Yolanda.

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    1. Really, so many get early and just continue to kill. Shameful!

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  4. Sounds like he learned to kill from his father and then took it to new heights. You'd think a system should be able to spot when a man should never be released again because he is a danger to society!
    Tasha
    Tasha's Thinkings | Wittegen Press | FB3X (AC)

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    1. Yes, he had a good teacher. Hi, Tasha!

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  5. It's for people like him, where they are a clear danger to society, that I'm glad there is a life means life discretion in the English courts. It's used very rarely there are only 61 prisoners currently serving a whole-life tariff, but it is good to have that exception available.
    Sophie
    Sophie's Thoughts & Fumbles | Wittegen Press | FB3X

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    1. Definitely! Some should never get out. I don't agree with the death penalty, so many have paid the ultimate price and weren't even guilty, but sitting in a cell for life - that's punishment!

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  6. 100 people, wow! I had to click through and learn a bit more.

    http://carolsnotebook.com

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    1. Hi Carol, and welcome, it's interesting stuff. I'll post a menu item with all the links to the post so it can be read later. The A to Z doesn't allow for lollygagging!

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  7. I didn't realize you had this page. I am marching through the list reading blogs and discovered it. I can only say this guy should be in prison permanently.

    Visiting from the A to Z Blog Challenge.

    Shalom,
    Patricia @ EverythingMustChange

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    1. Hi Pat, I love when I can find the time to surf all the entries too, so much more to learn and such great folks to meet! I'm glad you found me!

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  8. Wow! The system in Brazil clearly isn't working. I clicked on the link and read more about this psycho and he is one disturbed dude. Not only did he kill his dad, it was a revenge kill, but he tore out his dad's heart and ate some of it. Filho was born with some kind of brain injury that he suffered in utero during one of the times when his dad attacked and beat his mom while she was pregnant with him. Of course, this in no way justifies any of his actions. I just thought it was worth mentioning. Another very interesting post.

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