Brazilian Satanists Ritually Murder Three Women, Grind Up Their Bodies, Bake The Meat Into Pies And Sell Them To Unsuspecting People

In Victorian literature and later film Sweeney Todd is a man who murders customers at his barber shop, grinds up their bodies, bakes the remains into pies and sells them to people not knowing they are eating another man. In Brazil a real-life variety of this case happened where a man obsessed with black magic, his wife, and mistress ritualistically murdered at least three women, ground them up, and sold them to people, including one case where they murdered a mother of an 18-month-old girl and then fed the girl her mother’s remains:

A Brazilian man, his wife and his mistress have all been handed long sentences for killing at least three women and using their flesh to make meat pastries which they ate and sold.

‘Sweeney Todd’ cannibal Jorge Beltrao Negromonte da Silveira, wife Isabel Pires and Bruna Cristina Oliveira were arrested in April 2012 in Garanhuns, northeastern Brazil.

Negromonte was handed 71 years for double murder, as well as concealment and vilification of a corpse and robbery. Pires received 68 years and mistress Olivera 71 years and ten months.

The trio of cannibals lured young women to their house by offering them work as a nanny, before murdering them and feasting in their dead bodies in a grisly ‘purification’ ritual.

Negromonte’s wife Pires would then use the remaining human flesh to make traditional stuffed meat pastries which she and Oliveira would sell to unsuspecting customers on the streets.

Negromonte, who would kill the women with a hammer or fish knife, reportedly butchered one young woman in front of her 18-month-old daughter – then fed the toddler pieces of her mother the next day for lunch.

After killing the women the group would dismember their bodies and remove their flesh before storing the meat in the freezer of their home and burying their bones in their backyard, the serial killer later explained.

But the monster justified his acts by claiming the women he killed would give birth to future ‘thieves and lowlifes’ and that the group were helping to rid the world of the ill-educated and their negative energies.

The trio, who claimed to be part of a sect that preached ‘the purification of the world and the reduction of its population’, believed that by devouring the flesh of their victims they would purify themselves from the sin of having murdered them.

Yesterday a jury in Brazil’s northeastern city of Recife found the three guilty of murdering two women, Gisele Helena da Silva, 31, and Alexandra Falcao da Silva, 20, inside their home in Garanhuns in February and March 2012.

The court heard how Ms da Silva was lured to the house after Pires invited her to receive advice and hear the ‘Word of God’. While she distracted her Negromonte allegedly stabbed her through her neck from behind.

Yesterday a jury in Brazil’s northeastern city of Recife found the three guilty of murdering two women, Gisele Helena da Silva, 31, and Alexandra Falcao da Silva, 20, inside their home in Garanhuns in February and March 2012.

The court heard how Ms da Silva was lured to the house after Pires invited her to receive advice and hear the ‘Word of God’. While she distracted her Negromonte allegedly stabbed her through her neck from behind.

Yesterday a jury in Brazil’s northeastern city of Recife found the three guilty of murdering two women, Gisele Helena da Silva, 31, and Alexandra Falcao da Silva, 20, inside their home in Garanhuns in February and March 2012.

The court heard how Ms da Silva was lured to the house after Pires invited her to receive advice and hear the ‘Word of God’. While she distracted her Negromonte allegedly stabbed her through her neck from behind.

Yesterday a jury in Brazil’s northeastern city of Recife found the three guilty of murdering two women, Gisele Helena da Silva, 31, and Alexandra Falcao da Silva, 20, inside their home in Garanhuns in February and March 2012.

The court heard how Ms da Silva was lured to the house after Pires invited her to receive advice and hear the ‘Word of God’. While she distracted her Negromonte allegedly stabbed her through her neck from behind.

Yesterday a jury in Brazil’s northeastern city of Recife found the three guilty of murdering two women, Gisele Helena da Silva, 31, and Alexandra Falcao da Silva, 20, inside their home in Garanhuns in February and March 2012.

The court heard how Ms da Silva was lured to the house after Pires invited her to receive advice and hear the ‘Word of God’. While she distracted her Negromonte allegedly stabbed her through her neck from behind. (source, source)

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