Transgender woman Aisha Albuquerque murdered, local group seeks relatives

Aisha Albuquerque

Aisha Albuquerque / Facebook

Transgender woman Aisha Albuquerque, 25, was found beaten to death Friday morning in an abandoned house on Rua Simão Kossobudski, in the district of Boqueirão, the city of Curitiba, state of Paraná, Brazil.

Media outlets and postulate that her murder wasn’t a hate crime instead repeat the Police who believe she was likely killed in a dispute over drugs.

“There was probably a disagreement in business dealings with narcotics. The research teams are still going to talk to residents of the site to find out more details,”said Osmar Feijó, of the Homicide and Protection to the Person Division, of the Civil Police (DHPP).

The trans activist group Transgrupo Marcela Prado broke the news on Facebook:

“Good afternoon guys…. today we had another murder victim in Curitiba and we came here to ask if anyone knows or have a contact of Aisha Albuquerque’s family for kindness contact us so that we can assist the police in this case and that the same Be buried as indigent.. I will post her face and in case anyone can help thank you…. 😔”

Aisha Albuquerque’s Facebook profile says that she Studied at UFPR (Universidade Federal do Paraná) and was From Porto Alegre and was a Lady Gaga aficionado.

There have been at least 34 Brazilian trans people murdered since the 2017 Nov. 20th TDOR according to Trans Lives Matter translating into one trans muder a week.

We can all agree 1 trans murder is too many so won’t you please add your name to our Petition to the govt of Brazil to stop the slaughter of transgender people?

Anyone with information please contact Avenida Sete de Setembro, 2077, Centro, Curitiba
Telephones: (41) 3360-1400 – (41) 3360-1446

If police contact is not wanted please message Transgrupo Marcela Prado or use the contact form for this website.
If nothing else she deserves to be buried with dignity.

R.I.P.  Aisha Albuquerque

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