Tuesday, April 12, 2011

A second letter gives new clues the murderer of Ro

A new letter, found in the backpack of Wellington Menezes, the young man who last week killed 12 children and wounded 14 others at a school in Rio de Janeiro, has forced the police to open new investigations into the possibility that could belong to any extremist group. The letter was released this weekend by the Brazilian magazine Veja.

Disjointed fragments of the letter, the murderer says, "left the group." Abdul quoted one, says that was known of his father (now deceased) and who have come from abroad, relating to the attacks of September 11, 2001, in the U.S.. Ensures pondered many times over the attacks and read the Koran four hours a day.

"No book that stayed with the group, but parts of it that I copied to me," he writes. In his letter, the murderer shows his obsession with attacks (like Virginia Tech, USA, in 2007), and the material collected at home by the police found information about a course of fire and how to use the gun 38 gauge, one of two used in the massacre.

The police have asked a forensic psychiatrist who develop a psychological portrait of Wellington to clarify whether what he writes in his letter and quoting characters are real or the result of a psychotic fantasy. In the school tab Mother Teresa of Calcutta, where the murderer studied high school in the religion section in 2004 shall be a follower of the Jehovah's Witnesses.

However, in 2006 was correct and say "Muslim." In the first letter made public, Wellington made no explicit reference to Islam. The ritual that asks to be buried his body has echoes of both Judaism and Islam, but that also refers to Jesus and the resurrection of the dead suggests that some evangelical church frequented.

In any case, leaving writing shows a mind imbued with religious delusions, fascinated by attacks and victims of bullying.

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