Facebook Twitter Email Google Plus Linkedin Correa took pictures while in bed with another man's wife [Courtesy] Semi-naked and feigning a shocked expression for the camera, Brazilian footballer Daniel Correa is seen in bed with a sleeping woman moments before he was murdered, allegedly by her husband. His throat had been slit and his genitals chopped off. The bash began in a nightclub on October 26 and continued into the early hours at the Brittes home. The photos were recovered from WhatsApp messages Correa sent to friends in his final moments. In one message, he bragged: There are several women sleeping all over the house.
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Click to playTap to play The video will start in 8Cancel Play now Get the biggest football stories by email Subscribe Thank you for subscribingWe have more newsletters Show me See our privacy notice Could not subscribe, try again laterInvalid Email A Brazilian businessman and his wife have been formally charged with the brutal murder of football player Daniel Correa Freitas as a forensic report suggests the athlete might have been alive when his penis was cut off. Investigators had already concluded that Edison Brittes should be indicted after he confessed on TV to killing the year-old. However, it was revealed on Sunday that detectives have now decided to seek a murder conviction against Cristiana, 35, along with procedural fraud and coercion of witnesses. He admitted to violently beating and killing the player after accusing him of raping his wife. More than one witness heard her calling for help to stop the crime.
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Race and ethnicity in Brazil Main ethnic groups in Brazil. According to IBGE Brazilian Institute of Geography and Statistics , pardo is a broad classification that encompasses Multiracial Brazilians such as mulatos and cafuzos , as well as assimilated Amerindians known as caboclos , mixed with Europeans or not. The term "pardo" was first used in a Brazilian census in The censuses of and did not ask about race, arguing that "the answers largely hid the truth". In the famous letter by Pero Vaz de Caminha , for example, in which Brazil was first described by the Portuguese, the Native Americans were called "pardo":