Heads of Rio organizations are considered fugitives

Heads of Rio organizations are considered fugitives

Presidents of four organized supporters in Rio are wanted by the Civil Police this Tuesday (14), a day after the Court of Justice decrees the temporary arrest of all of them. The group is accused of crimes of criminal organization, serious bodily injury and attempted murder.

The arrests of Anderson Azevedo Dias, president of Young Flu; Fabiano de Souza Marques, from Força Jovem do Vasco; Bruno da Silva Paulino, from Torcida Jovem do Flamengo; and Anderson Clemente da Silva, from the Red-Black Race, were determined by Judge Ana Beatriz Estrella, from the Judicial Duty, at the beginning of Monday night (13). Civil Police agents try to locate the accused, who are considered outlaws.

In the decision, the judge was based on an investigation that found the fights that preceded the classic between Flamengo and Vasco, eight days ago, at Maracanã. At the time, several outbreaks of confusion were recorded in Rio. In the most serious of them, a fan was shot and ended up dying the next day. In all, seven people were injured.

“The seriousness of the crimes committed, the legal rights violated and the devaluation of the conduct allegedly perpetrated by the Defendants lead to the adoption of energetic measures by the Judiciary, and it should be emphasized that the freedom of those represented can hinder the collection of evidence and, furthermore, jeopardize the life or physical integrity of the witnesses”, wrote the judge.

The request for the arrest of the four leaders of organized groups comes in the wake of other measures against this group of fans. Last Friday (10th), the government of Rio prohibited five of them from attending the stadiums – in addition to the four with investigated leaders, there is also Fúria do Botafogo. Even the demand for a single crowd in the stadiums was considered, but the measure was not accepted.

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