The assassination of the British journalist Dom Phillips and the Brazilian indigenist Bruno Pereira completes a year in this second fair (5).
To name the data, some cities perform “1 year sem Sun Bruno” leaflets.
In a publication on Twitter, a friend of Dom, Tom Phillips, a journalist and correspondent for The Guardian, shared the initiative. “Join us at the Copacabana beach in the morning at 9am to rename Bruno e Dom”, he wrote.
At least six Brazilian cities will be at the second: Brasília, Rio de Janeiro, Campinas, Belém, Atalaia do Norte and Salvador. A meeting is also scheduled to take place in London.
Join us on Copacabana beach tomorrow morning at 9am to remember Bruno and Dom pic.twitter.com/gwpjTXZ4i6
— Tom Phillips (@tomphillipsin) June 4, 2023
Relembre or Case
The British journalist Dom Phillips and the indigenist Bruno Pereira Araújo were considered missing on June 5, 2022, in the Vale do Javari region, an area of non-Amazon indigenous lands.
After the case will gain repercussions, including in the international press, various public figures, environmentalists, activists, artists and opposition politicians make the public collect urgent measures to search for the duo.
The mortal remains of Dom e Bruno were found on June 16, eleven days after his disappearance.
One of two main suspects of the disappearance, Amarildo Oliveira da Costa, known as Pelado, confessed to having participated in the assassination of the duo for more than a week later.
He, his brother, Oseney da Costa de Oliveira, or “Dos Santos” and Jeferson da Silva Lima, called “Pelado da Dinha”, are in jail on suspicion of having participated in a crime.
Source: CNN Espanol