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Brazilian gang cooked, ate victims

DETAILS of a purported Brazilian cannibal gang that allegedly murdered at least five women before eating their flesh - and in some cases selling it in the form of meat pastries - have shaken the country.

Details of the incident began to trickle out after the newspaper Folha de Sao Paulo released a video on its website at the weekend.

In the video Isabel Cristina da Silva, 51, said she and her husband and his 25-year-old girlfriend had eaten 10 kilograms of human flesh over the course of five days in the city of Garanhuns.

 

Read more at Brisbane Times

Topics:  brazil, cannibalism, murder




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