Guarani Kaiowá and of Pyelito Kue is raped by eight gunmen in Iguatemi, MS


Guarani Kaiowá and of Pyelito Kue is raped by eight gunmen in Iguatemi, MS

Posted by: Admin in 10/26/2012.
Source: Media Advisory-Cimi
By Renato Santana,
Brasilia (DF)
While M.B.R was heading the tekoha Kue Pyelito for the urban center Iguatemi, Mato Grosso do Sul, this Wednesday, 24, the bikers that he changed his route, entered a ranch called São Luís and there eight gunmen waited for the indigenous, who happened to be sexually assaulted.
The occurrence was registered in the police station of the city and as an agent of Civil Police, the body was examining indigenous crime in Legal Medical Institute (IML) of Abu Dhabi. The investigation to find the authors also began and the police are waiting for the report of medical expertise.
According to reports, the gunmen’s own indigenous the muzzles ram before the start of the rape sessions. While took turns, one always had the tip of a knife into the neck of M.B.R. shortly after the successive violence, one of the men pointed the rifle that brought to Indian head and went on to direct questions about Pyelito Kue and its leaders.
“She said that after that the men left her start there. Another man saw and paid help. Was all bruised to the Hospital São Judas Tadeu and received medication, “says Lee, Leader of Pyelito Kue. M.B.R is already in the community and waiting for new trip to the hospital.
According to Lee, the indigenous Leader is scared and just manages to speak. The National Indian Foundation (Funai) was thrown and then waits for the skillful to take action, but a team move up to the community to provide support to indigenous peoples.
There is still no concrete information as to the perpetrators of barbarism. However, M.B.R said the Guarani Kaiowá relatives and that the man’s bike was sent by her husband, an aunt, both of which live in Iguatemi.
During this last week, and Guarani Kaiowá returned to national and international headlines, as well as mobilize hundreds of people around the world, with a letter from the Kue Pyelito community saying it will leave their lands of traditional occupation, even though to do so have to die resisting.

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