Dentist Ingrid Calheiroros Oliveira, goalkeeper's wife Bruno Fernandez, again uses his Instagram profile to comment on the athlete's exit from the prison. In the publication, she says that Bruno has already complied with the belief of the death of the model, Elisa Samiwio, and asks people to "stop sucking": "Mental disorder is one who dislikes man and cares for the lives of others! to fuck your butt and take care of your life, "says Ingrid on Saturday.
In another part of the text, the dentist is grateful for the support of friends and family: "How bothers you happiness?" I thank all the comments of people who really know my story, my nature and my principles. God controls my life! Let her control your unhappy life one day!
They have been together since 2008, prior to the arrest of a former player sentenced to 22 years and three months in prison but married only in 2016. The goalkeeper left the prison on Friday night in Vargina, Minas Gerais. He achieved the right to advance the sentence to respond to the semi-open regime. According to the defense, he will continue in Vargina and still does not consider what professional task he will choose within the 30 days he has.
In the judgment, the court rejected a serious violation in February when she was caught with two women in a bar to the place where she was supposed to work outside the Apac Association for Damage Protection and Assistance and provided the compensation. The competitor has also turned the half-deck into a semi-open place because Apac has no agreement with the state for accepting prisoners, and the municipality also has no other designated institutions.
"How can we call it justice?"
Sanya Mora's mother, Samiya's mother, responds with indignation to the progression penalty given to the goalkeeper in a G1 portal interview. Today, she lives in Matto Grosso with her grandson, Bruno's son, with Elisa.
"He will answer freely and in the meantime my grandson asks me where his mother's body is. How long will this suffering continue? How can we call it justice? She stumbled.
The murder occurred in 2010 as a player in Minas Gerais and the body was never found. Bruno was arrested the same year while he was still a Flamengo athlete. Three years later he was convicted and now served a sentence of 20 years and 9 months – 8 years and 10 months. In 2017 he received habeas corpus from the then STF minister, Marco Aurélio Mello, and returned to act as the Boa Esporte (MG) goalkeeper, but the decision was overturned by the First Supreme Court. Bruno's accomplice, Luis Enrique Ferreira Romão, known as Macarao, who would lure the victim to the crime scene and conceal the body, was granted a conditional release.