Death toll climbs above 100 in Espirito Santo, Brazil sends over 1,800 troops following "Purge" like chaos


Brazil has sent over 1,800 troops to the south eastern city Vitoria in Espirito Santo amid the lawless chaos that has now left over 100...

Brazil has sent over 1,800 troops to the south eastern city Vitoria in Espirito Santo amid the lawless chaos that has now left over 100 people dead. On Saturday evening, the state police of Espirito Santo went on strike in protest of low wages, and what ensued was 96 hours of total chaos that many residents told Political Outsource is comparable to the 2014 thriller "Purge", where masked murderers wielding machetes and guns kill anybody left on the street, thieves loot stores and leave them ablaze as they run off. Political Outsource began reporting on the horrific events taking place in the state of Espirito Santo, as dozens of Brazilian residents contacted us pleading for coverage. A mother whose son was shot and killed Monday morning, the worst day of the chaotic "Purge" madness, told Political Outsource that she is now fearing for her own life.

"I haven't left the house since Sunday." A woman who wanted to go by Jasmine told Political Outsource in an exclusive telephone interview. "I told mijo, my son Rodriguez, such a beautiful, strong young man, not to go to work before he went. I told him it was too dangerous! But he did not listen, he left, and he never came back. He never came back."

Rodriguez is one of the 100 people that have been murdered since the outbreak on Saturday. In a report released yesterday, Political Outsource discovered over 50 car hijackings had happened in Espirito Santo on that fateful Monday.

The death toll that is now above 100 people only accounts for those reported and admitted to police records. More and more bodies continue to turn up on beach shores, or found stuffed in dumpsters. Political Outsource estimates the death toll may currently be as high as 120.

A resident of Espirito Santo tweeted out to Political Outsource, detailing the states spiraling demise as ATMs are now out of money:
This lawless chaos all began when state police unofficially went on strike. Because Brazilian law prohibits police officers from going on strike, police officers claimed their wives were blocking them from leaving the station. A video, shown below, highlights this false claim as people are seen dancing with police lights in the background, all while nearly one person dies per hour in the state they promised to protect.
The tweet itself translates to: "Well, we understand the strike, but come on, the state is in total chaos and they're partying..It looks like debauchery, right?"  #SpanishSantoPedeSocorro

In this sense, "debauchery" is used to compare the police's, and their families, actions to degeneracy. While many Brazilians have agreed police wages are far too low for the dangerous job they do, there's no reason they should be holding out and allowing their state to spiral out of control, allowing nearly a hundred people to perish because of money. One resident in the city of Vitoria, where the worst murdering and looting is taking place, shared her frustration.

"I watched my friend die," A woman who wanted to be unnamed told Political Outsource. "then I watch the police pretend to be blocked by their wives while they party. All night I hear gunshots, and in the morning more people are lying on the street dead." While in the interview with us, she began to fluster, then break down in to tears. "All because the police want more money. More money for what? How much is a person worth?"
Mayhem and chaos ensues in Espirito Santo as people riot, loot, and murder without fear of arrest.

Wives and family members of the police officers on strike are pictured above blocking the gates to police headquarters, allowing police to claim they are trapped in by protestors without having to officially go on strike, something that is illegal per state law. However, after sending the army, a Brazilian court has officially recognized the police as on strike, and police officers are now beginning to fear if the army is coming for them, too.

In an attempt to unofficially strike, the police are calling their wives who are blocking the gates "protesters". Today, a Brazilian court officially recognized the protesters and ordered them to stop, yet to no avail. Now, more than 1,800 troops have been sent in an effort to not only break up the protests, but essentially do the polices job.

Thugs pictured in this tweet wield weapons and masks, and is a small glimpse into the choatic turmoil ensuing in Epirito Santo, and eerily similar to the movie "Purge".

{Watch: Thugs steal bus during real life "Purge" in Espirito Santo}

The country of Brazil has sent in over 1,800 troops in an order to calm the chaos ensuing in cities like Vitoria in Espirito Santo, however, the death toll continues to climb. As we enter the fourth day, there are no signs that the killings intend to slow down despite soldiers continuing to detain hundreds of armed assailants, looters, and thugs across the state.

A bus is set ablaze by rioters during the lawless chaos in Espirito Santo.

One Brazilian resident told Political Outsource he had contact with a police officer who was on strike, a lifelong friend who is one of the many huddled up inside police headquarters across the state as lawless chaos ensues outside. The resident told us: "Police are beginning to fear that the army will come for them, now." The court has proposed a ban of over $27,000 on each station
participating in the strike, and they have officially recognized it as a strike as of late yesterday.

{Exclusive interview with Political Outsource and Brazilian resident: Schools, hospitals, and public transportation cancelled in Espirito Santo following "Purge" like chaos}

Defense Minister Raul Jungmann said Monday that the federal troops will remain until the situation is normalized. “Our commitment is to restore normalcy, order, peace and tranquility in Vitoria and where else necessary,” he said.' The governor of Brazil, Cesar Colnaga, said the nearly 2,000 troops sent in by Brazil is "not sufficient".

In this tweet, a supermarket is seen looted and destroyed, just one of the many stores to be pillaged during this lawless chaos.

Soldiers sent in by the country of Brazil equip high caliber assault rifles, and patrol the dangerous streets of Espirito Santo.
Read the original report that has been shared and read over one million times, with exclusive interviews obtained by Political Outsource, and breathtaking footage. Viewer discretion is advised: Police go on strike in Brazil, cities being wiped out in "Purge" like fashion}



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