Missing brazilian trans man found murdered

F. Hilario

F. Hilário

The body of a 20-year-old trans man (described as a girl in media), identified as F. Hilário was found on the morning of Wednesday (27) by a resident who was going to work on the Caximba Road, near the BR-116. He was well dressed, wearing a watch on his wrist and had head injuries.


Initially, it was thought by both the police and the man who found the body, that it was a boy. But with the arrival of police expertises, it was discovered that he was transgender (a girl in local media).

“I left home and saw on the road the black jacket at a distance. As I approached, I thought it was a garbage bag and when I got closer, I thought it was a drunk fallen person, then I saw the blood, a strong scene, “said the resident.

As soon as he realized that it was a dead person, the man stepped away from the body. He called the police, who isolated the area until the arrival of the Instituto de Criminalística (Criminology Institute) and the Divisão de Homicídios e Proteção à Pessoa units (DHPP – Police Homicide and Protection of Persons).

He was well dressed in a black jacket, a long-sleeved white shirt, blue jeans and black sneakers. In addition, she wore on the left arm, a golden watch. He lived in Araucária, in the Curitiba metropolitan region, and was missing since Tuesday (26). The motive for the crime has not yet been disclosed by the police.

According to the man who found the body, the place where the body was found, is an unpaved road which leads to the old landfill of Caximba, and is commonly used  to dispose of bodies. “We already know that here is a place of bodies disposal. Now and then we find dead people around here, it’s complicated. It’s very traumatizing knowing that human beings no longer  value  life, “he said.

Because it is a remote location, with few houses close to the area where the body was left, the police will have some difficulty in the crime investigation.

The (girl’s) body was taken to the Medical-Legal Institute (IML).

Fonte: parana-online.com.

Trans woman, activist, writer and translator from Portugal (that's in Europe)

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