Last Sunday, 34-year-old Luiz Carlos Rendeiro Júnior, known as Game Over, was found dead at home in Nova Friburgo, in the Serrana Region of Rio de Janeiro. The death was recorded as a suicide.
Luiz Carlos became nationally known when he appeared on the news about the protests that took place in Rio throughout 2013 as part of the “Jornadas de Junho” – mobilizations that took place simultaneously in more than 500 cities in the country.
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He was part of a group that used the “black bloc” tactic in demonstrations and was accused of promoting violent acts and the depredation of public property.
Next to her partner, Elisa Quadros Pinto Sanzi, known as Tinker Bell, featured a photo that was published in several newspapers at the time of the protests, in which the two embraced while she was arrested and taken inside a Military Police bus.
Last Sunday (26), Luiz Carlos’ body was found by Elisa at home. Then she called the fire department, who already found him lifeless.
According to information published by Elisa on social media, Luiz Carlos’ burial will take place this Monday afternoon (27) at the São João Batista Cemetery, in Botafogo, in the South Zone of Rio.
Elisa and Luiz Carlos have three children and lived together in Nova Friburgo, where they were free to appeal the sentences they were convicted in 2018. They make up a group of 23 activists who had sentences of five to seven years in prison in a closed regime after the demonstrations. of 2013.
Source: BdF Rio de Janeiro
Editing: Mariana Pitasse
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