Police investigate potential link between murders of gays in Brazil’s Paraná state

Due to the sequence of violent killings of gays, the LGBTI+ National Alliance launched a manual to fight against lgbtiphobic violence, based on the guidelines of the Bahia Gay Group

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - In a little over a week, two gay men were similarly murdered in Curitiba, capital of Paraná. Medical student Marcos Vinício Bozzana da Fonseca, 25, was found dead on May 5, and nurse David Levísio, 30, on April 30. Both lived alone and were found in their apartments, tied up, with signs of torture and suffocation. They did not know each other. The police are working with the assumption of hate crimes against homosexuals committed by the same person.

Marcos Vinício was from Campo Grande (MS) and moved to Curitiba in 2017 to . . .

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