The Public Ministry of São Paulo (MP-SP) denounced this Thursday (23) the prosecutor Demétrius Oliveira de Macedo for attempted femicide in the case of the beating of the Attorney General of Registration (SP) Gabriela Samadello Monteiro de Barros. Demetrius was arrested this Thursday morning at a clinic in Itapecerica da Serra, in Greater São Paulo.
“The attack on the victim’s physical safety and the severity of the injuries, shown in the photos of the victim, primarily affected in the face and head, a vital region, leave no doubt that Demetrius was seeking the victim’s death, which only did not occur due to circumstances beyond his control. their will, that is, the interference of third parties present in the public office, working environment of both”, registers the complaint.
The prosecution also cites the appeal qualifier that made it difficult to defend the victim, because Demetrius had thrown the boss to the ground and continued to hit her “fiercely and continuously, taking advantage of his much superior physical size”.
The complaint is signed by the prosecutors, who narrate that Demétrius, with “evident homicidal intent, tried to kill” Gabriela, “through violent blows mainly against the head” of the prosecutor, “only the crime was not consummated by circumstances beyond the control of the prosecutor.” of the agent”.
The Prosecutor’s Office also imputes alleged coercion in the course of the process and injury to the prosecutor. The first is linked to the fact that the prosecutor, according to the MP, used violence against Gabriela, “a person who worked or was called upon to intervene in an administrative process, in order to favor his own interest”. The accusation of injury, on the other hand, is related to Demetrius’ offenses to Gabriela’s dignity and decorum due to her functions, when he uttered profanity against her.
The MP also requested the maintenance of the prosecutor’s preventive detention, decreed on Wednesday night (22) by Judge Raphael Ernane Neves, of the 1st Registry Court, in response to a request by delegate Daniel Vaz Rocha, of the 1st Police District of the city.
When representing against Demetrius, Rocha maintained that Demetrius “has been having serious problems in his relationship with women in the work environment, and, in freedom, he exposes their lives to danger, and consequently, public order”.
The request for preventive detention was based on photos and videos of the aggression, in addition to testimony from the attorney general, says the state government.
Source: CNN Brasil