Three people, not two, as the police initially believed, were in the car from which the shots that killed the Rio councilwoman, Marielle Franco, were fired.
Three people, not two, as the police initially believed, were in the car from which the shots that killed city councilor Marielle Franco (PSOL) and driver Anderson Gomes were fired on the night of March 14th, according to TV Globo, who had access to the investigation. The document has thousands of pages but few conclusions.
In the document, the Rio Civil Police reports the presence of another person next to the driver of the car that carried Marielle's murderers. At first, it was believed that there was only one other person in the back seat. But a traffic camera with a view to the road taken by the councilwoman minutes before she was murdered captured a frontal shot of the shooters' car, which shows someone else in the passenger seat.
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