The Group held for approximately 3:0 pm the Museum. After negotiations with representatives of the Federal Court and the PM, they agreed to leave the building from Rua das Palmeiras, in the early morning, after the revocation of an order of imprisonment that had been given by the judge on duty of the first instance Wilson José Witzel. The magistrate has revised its decision, after the protesters had agreed to leave the premises voluntarily.
One of the leaders of the protest, who identified himself as Potoo, ethnic Guarajara, said Saturday afternoon the Group was to Botafogo trying to a meeting with the President of the Indian Museum, José Carlos Lighthearted, to ask for support to the cause, but as this was not occurring, the protesters decided to occupy the space.
— We need to be heard. The only hope is the reintegration of the village — said.
Although another group with 11 Indians departed on Sunday morning in a hotel in the Center for an accommodation in Jacarepaguá, protesters deny that the movement is divided. Alisi, waiwai, ethnicity of Pará, who participated in the occupation in Botafogo insists that the only way out is the reintegration of the Maracanã Village:
— Many people scattered because of the violence. We are the representation of those who may not be. The proposal of the Government is not satisfied. One equity (village) is ours.
The indigenous group of the village Maracanã, which accepted the proposal of the Government of the State of stay temporarily in an accommodation in Jacarepaguá, arrived at the scene on Sunday. The temporary installation was set up in an area of the former Hospital complex Curupaity and is prepared to receive 12 people.
The accommodation is composed of six containers, two rooms with four bunk beds each, three bathrooms and a kitchen equipped with stove and refrigerator. A tarp protects the area and steel sidings to isolate, the indigenous request. A heavy rain fell early this afternoon and left the site completely wet floor. The Indians used cloths to prevent water from entering in the kitchen, the only container that is at ground level.
The natives will mingle with the local community, with about 2,500 residents, mostly relatives and descendants of holders of leprosy. Today, no more infected.
Guarda Municipal do Rio de Janeiro (GM-) stated, in a note, which will ascertain through images the scenes of violence between players and protesters in downtown Rio, on the afternoon of Friday. According to the note, the agents “were received extremely hostile by the group that protested.” About 150 militants who are against the eviction of the old Indian Museum, in the Maracanã Stadium, in the North of the River, went to the door of the Legislative Council of the State (Chamber) to continue the protest started in the morning in Radial West.
The note also says that “a guard was assaulted by one of the participants of the movement, which broke the windshield of a car from GM-Rio”. The cases were registered in the 1st and 5th police stations, such as personal injury and damage to public assets, respectively.