The latest details of Correa's death: Fire and a butcher's knife

A witness tells their story


Posted Friday, November 16, 2018 by Marca.com

The latest details of Correa's death: Fire and a butcher's knife

The investigations into the murder of footballer Daniel Correa continue to twist and turn following the declarations of a 19-year-old witness.

The photos of Correa in bed with Cristiana Brittes

The latest details of Correa's death: Fire and a butcher's knife

Latest reports indicate that Correa didn't arrive at the party in question and that Edison Brittes coldly ordered all guests to clean the bloodstains after the assault, near decapitation and murder of the Sao Paulo player.

The Brittes, the alleged killers of Daniel Correa

The latest details of Correa's death: Fire and a butcher's knife

As reported by Globoesporte, Edison Brittes, the accused, even ordered that part of the mattress that was stained with blood be cut and burned alongside the player's documents.

The deception of Edison Brittes to the police

The latest details of Correa's death: Fire and a butcher's knife

The young woman who witnessed the assault described that the player was "no longer moving" while in the presence of his daughter Allana.

She also witnessed the moment when one of the guests, who was not arrested, took a meat knife from the kitchen, which was later used in the murder.

The witness told the police that Brittes confessed that he "had killed Daniel Correa, I couldn't stand seeing him in bed with my wife," and demanded that it was said that Correa left the house without saying anything.

Police were told by Eduardo Henrique Da Silva that the intention was not to kill the victim, but everything changed when Brittes saw photos of Correa with his wife.

"There was an invitation to bind Daniel, but on the way Edison saw the messages of Daniel with the photographs," said Da Silva.

"Things changed, he opened the trunk and everyone got out of the car.

"The plan was to castrate him or cut off his penis and leave him upside down, but Edison opened the trunk and surprisingly cut his throat."



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