Actor Thiago Gagliasso, brother of Bruno Gagliasso, was sentenced by the Justice of Rio to pay compensation of R$ 10 thousand for moral damages against the mother of one of the dead in the Jacarezinho massacre, in May of last year.
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On social media, Thiago shared the image of a woman holding a rifle and stated that she was Adriana Santana de Araújo Rodrigues, mother of Marlon Santana De Araújo, one of the young people killed during the police operation. The intention of the post was to relate the victim to drug trafficking.
According to the conviction, approved last week, Thiago will also have to publish a retraction “with the same scope” of the previous publication. He must talk about the sentence and confirm that the woman in the video was not Adriana.
If he does not comply with the determination, Thiago must pay a daily fine of R$ 200. The amount can only reach up to R$ 2 thousand.
After the repercussion of the decision, last Sunday (3), the actor mocked the repercussion of the decision: “Good morning to those who woke up condemned and were not even notified of the process”.
remember the case
In May of this year, it was completed a year after the Jacarezinho massacre, in the north of Rio de Janeiro. The police operation became known as the deadliest in the state., with 28 dead. Since then, there have been 47 other massacres in the metropolitan region and 33 of them occurred during police actions and operations, according to the Fogo Cruzado Institute.
One year after the Jacarezinho operation, 10 of the 13 investigations by the Public Ministry were filed, two were accepted and one is still in progress. This means that 23 deaths out of the 28 deaths had inquiries filed.
For the police operation in Jacarezinho, 250 police officers, four armored personnel carriers and two helicopters were used, but only two agents from the Special Resources Coordination (Core) involved in the operation are in compliance with a precautionary measure, among which are the removal of the external public function and all and any police activity in the neighborhood where the events took place.
Source: BdF Rio de Janeiro
Editing: Mariana Pitasse