The suspect in the murder of Brazilian football player Daniel Correa Freitas has been caught. The murder suspect of the Brazilian football player, whose genitals were cut off after he was killed, confessed to his crime.
There have been new developments in the case of Daniel Correa Freitas, the football player of Sao Paulo, found in the forest with his genitals cut off. The person confessing that he had first killed Freitas after he was in bed poses with his wife and then cut off his genitals, claimed that Freitas had raped his wife and ran to the room when screams were heard from the bedroom. However, it was stated that there were no signs of rape in the woman.
Details of the incident of Daniel Correa Freitas, 24-year-old football player of Sao Paulo, one of the leading teams of Brazil, who played in Sao Bento on loan, were found in the forest in 2018 with his genitals cut. Daniel Correa Freitas sent his friend the pictures taken in bed with a woman named Cristina Brittes at the New Year’s Eve party, but these pictures were taken by Brittes’ wife Edison.
Edison also admitted that he killed Freitas after the photos came to hand, cut off his genitals, and threw him into the woods. There were new developments in the case, in which 7 people were investigated regarding the incident. Edison made striking claims about Freitas, but the samples taken from the woman did not confirm his wife’s claims.
Edison said in his court statement that he killed Daniel for attempting to rape his wife. Edison said that he burst into the room when he heard screams coming from his wife’s room and saw Freitas trying to rape his wife. However, the work done by the detectives proved the murder suspect’s statements wrong. As a result of the samples taken from the woman and the examinations, no evidence of rape was found. The court ordered that the defendants be held in pre-trial detention and that the evidence related to the case be expanded.
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