Rio’s state secretary of prison administration released photographs indicating da Silva in a silicon girl’s mask and long dull haired wig, wearing tight pants and a pink shirt with a cartoon image of donuts.
A Brazilian gang leader attempted to escape from jail by taking on the appearance of his little girl when she visited him in jail and leaving the prison’s fundamental entryway in her place, specialists said on Sunday. Yet, jail authorities said the anxiety shown by Clauvino da Silva, also known as ‘Shorty’, as he tried to leave the prison in the western part of Rio de Janeiro dressed as a woman gave him away.
His arrangement was evidently to leave his 19-year-old little girl inside the prison. Police are investigating her conceivable job as an associate in Saturday’s bombed departure endeavor from Gericino jail.
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Rio’s state secretary of jail administration discharged photographs demonstrating da Silva in a silicon young lady’s cover and long dull haired wig, wearing tight pants and a pink shirt with an animation picture of donuts.
They also released a video in which da Silva can be seen removing the mask and some of the clothes and saying his full name.
Authorities say da Silva was part of the leadership of the Red Command, one of the most powerful criminal groups in Brazil that controlled drug trafficking in a large part of Rio.
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