9/5/2012 01:08 pm -updated 1:12 pm 9/5/2012
Conflict between the Indians killed and six PR leaves a wounded, says PM
Confusion on Tuesday occurred in Ortigueira, (4), in the village of burned. Coordinator of the Funai says it does not know what motivated the crime.
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An Indian Kaingang tribe died and six were wounded during a clash on Tuesday night (4), in the village of burned, in Ortigueira, in the central region of Paraná. According to the military police (PM), the confusion started after the Indians fell out. Approximately 600 indigenous people living in the location.
The cacique was shot and he himself would have triggered the other shots against some residents of the village, according to PM. Technical Coordinator of Funai Maicon Moura said, in an interview with RPC TV, who does not know what prompted the fight. He further stated that will trigger the Federal Police (PF) to investigate the case.
The injured were taken to hospitals in Ponta Grossa, Telêmaco Borba and Faxinal.