Murder is not a “little mistake”.
This story is making me absolutely furious. This makes my blood boil. This story is sending chills up my spine.
A Brazilian soccer/football goalkeeper, Fernandes de Souza, who was charged with the torture and murder of his ex-girlfriend (by feeding her to the dogs) tells people: “What happened, happened. I made a mistake, a serious one, but mistakes happen. I’m not a bad guy.”
He goes on by saying that people are trying to stop him from achieving his dream just because of one mistake. Torture, murder and feeding the pieces you dismembered to the dog isn’t a “mistake”.
It wasn’t a crime of passion either. He had it all planned out. He planned for a group of friends kidnapped the young woman. He then proceeded to torture her and dismember her body to feed the dog. You aren’t entitled to a clean slate or a “one murder pass”.
You are a murderer. That is the definition of a bad guy. The fact that you are seeing the torture and murder of a woman as a little mistake, shows that you have no conscience or guilt over it. This dangerous murderer should never have been released from prison and definitely shouldn’t have a successful sports career. He talks about kidnapping, torturing, murdering, and feeding a woman’s body to dogs like he mistakenly drunk test his boss.
Their little boy was taken somewhere unknown. It took time for the police to find the baby and place him with the grandmother. Can you imagine the pain and worries of this family? Their daughter was tortured to death and her child was missing?
If this doesn’t make you a “bad guy”, what does?!
He was sentenced to 22 years in prison but was released on a technicality after serving just 6 years. Clearly, he hasn’t learned anything in jail.
I don’t understand how anyone could think it’s okay to offer this dangerous and disgusting excuse for a human being an actual contract to play in a professional soccer team. The worst is that they actually went public saying: “He deserves another opportunity.”
No, he doesn’t deserve another opportunity. He’s a dangerous criminal who has no guilt over what he did to that woman. The family had no right to a funeral.
Is the value of a woman’s life gotten so low, that men who kill them are actually seen as good guys? Are you kidding me?!