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Police find Brazilian serial killer responsible for three gruesome female murders in Miami two decades ago

Roberto Wagner Fernandez

A Brazilian serial killerWho died in a plane crash in 2005, He killed three women in Florida 20 years agoPolice announced Tuesday.

Roberto Wagner FernandezWho lived in Miami in the 1990s and early 2000s, Other murders may have been committedThe Borough County Sheriff’s Office said.

I think there are other cases that are part of our current investigation.“County detective Zachary Scott said.

Your criminal record may have begun in your home country. Brazilian justice accused Fernandez of killing his wife in 1996, but acquitted him. After that, he moved to Miami, where he worked as an airline assistant and tour bus driver.

Fernandez was identified by police The murderer of three women who were addicted to drugs and engaged in prostitution in Florida.

The first victim Kimberly Diets-LiveseyHis body was found in a suitcase in June 2000. After two months, the body Yes, except It was found in a sports bag. The third victim, Jessica is good, Was stabbed, and his body was found in August 2001 in Biscayne Bay, Miami.

Kimberly Diets-Livesey, Cia Demas and Jessica Good (AB)
Kimberly Diets-Livesey, Cia Demas and Jessica Good (AB)

After doubting Goode’s death, Fernandez fled to Brazil in 2001. At the time the police wanted to interrogate Fernandes, but the South American country did not have an agreement to hand over to the United States.

In 2011, it was completed by researchers The DNA in Good’s body was matched with samples found in the bodies of Deeds-Livese and Demas, And resumed hunting down Fernandez.

Upon learning that the suspect, a licensed pilot, had died in a plane crash in 2005 while flying from Brazil to Paraguay. Investigators found his grave.

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“We have to confirm whether the death is real or not,” said Sergeant Nikolai Trifonov. “People can fake their deaths, especially after murder”.

His body was exhumed several months ago U.S. officials were able to compare his DNA to three Florida homicides.

Broward County Sheriff Gregory Tony told a news conference that “justice will never expire” even though decades have passed since the unsolved crime.

(With information from AFP and AP)


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