Decapitation and Stabbing Deaths in Brazilian Prison

Decapitation and Stabbing Deaths in Brazilian Prison

Beheadings, stabbings and other means of murder are a common occurrence in Brazilian prisons. You may recall the pictures of prison riot in Pedrinhas which left 14 inmates dead. Or these beheadings of rival gang members in the same prison complex. Or this inmate getting repeatedly stabbed in the heart, just to name a few.

Video below alleges to show another aftermath of similar violence in a Brazilian prison. It appears to show three male inmates dead, two of whom were decapitated. The corpses also appear to have their torsos riddled with stab wounds.

Unfortunately I do not have any particulars, such as which prison the video is from. I however like how the corpse’s hand folds up at 0:05.

96 thoughts on “Decapitation and Stabbing Deaths in Brazilian Prison”

    1. That would have scared me at first if I touched a dead dude and he moved his arm to a more comfortable position lol. I know it was reflex but the first thing I would have thought was, oh Fuck zombie.

    2. Wow, if that is really your picture in your avatar, you are a sight for sore eyes, all this violence and mayhem and pain goes away when I’ve got such beauty to admire, thank you for the brake oh I meant break, all the hurt on this site makes me have Freudian slips!!!

      1. And I’m pretty sure tacos aren’t a big part of the Brazilian diet. It’s funny how people assume that all Latin and Brazil, Munch down on tacos , chimichangas,burritos, nachos, enchiladas etc. pop quiz!!! Out of the 5 Items I listed, how many are really Mexican dishes and how many are not

          1. Suprisingly..no…Tacos are from mexico, chimichangas were inventedby the Chinese who immigrated to Mexico. Burritos are from New Mexico, USA. Nachos were created by a guy named Nacho on the sonora/US border, a stones throw from Texas.Finally, enchiladas are an ancient Aztec dish and is100%mexican

          2. I was going to say tacos and enchiladas. because we have those in my country too. and it’s also indigenous to my people. But tacos are mexicanos. arriba!!!Andale, Andale, Andale!!!

          1. lol that some old ass coconuts and probably a really dirty machete. I don’t buy that shit from the streets or any other street food. And I was born in south America. I ate pizza hut when i was there.

          2. I ate heaps of street food in Latin America. Lots of meat on skewers. Don’t know what is was though – beef, guinea pig, lama….who knows, but had no problems at all.

          3. My husband got montezuma’s revenge from Caesar salad in Mexico – at a restaurant. I didn’t like mine so being the tight wad he is he ate mine too and got a double dose. It was right before our plane trip home so he was a LITTLE uncomfortable on the plane. 🙂

    1. I have just put in a proposal for a new game show on Channel 5 ‘You Bet Your Granny’

      Two families get to compete, in each show, for a fabulous holiday in Thailand, some spending cash and accidental death insurance

      They face inane, comedic, challenges, questions that would fail to test the mental capacity of a three year old and the viewers would get to see their dysfunctional lifestyles through a series of video clips interspersed throughout the programme.

      The winning family, each week, will then face the ultimate prize winning question ‘You Bet Your Granny’

      Granny will be placed in an impossible, yet highly amusing, predicament e.g. tied loosely to the wing of a biplane, feet encased in concrete and left at low tide with only a ‘sporf’, dressed as a man in a male Brazilian prison etc.

      Failure to answer the ultimate question, which is going to be a tad harder than the rest (ratings are important, and holidays aren’t exactly cheap) will consign granny to her fate; the rest of the family get a photograph taken with the presenter; I’m thinking Noel Edmonds?

          1. ‘Prizes’

            Actually, Nicholas Parsons would be petty good as the presenter:

            ‘And as The Minute’s Waltz fades away… I have to ask the Stephenson family from Harlow to give me their answer to the question ‘Wilson described the Westermarck effect in 1998; explain the effect in one minute without hesitation, deviation or repetition.

            Meanwhile, one loan from ‘I’m Sorry I Haven’t a Clue’, the delightful Samantha is ready to turn the crank to release the marble on our giant Mouse Trap Game, attached to the guillotine in which Granny Stephenson is firmly attached to the bascule.

            Samantha has to leave immediately after the show as she is off on a dinner date with a gentleman friend from Moscow who’s brought over a variety of caviars and an array of vodka-based apperitifs. She says he’s going to offer her delicious food in his hotel room and then liqour out on the balcony

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