Justice accepts the accusation and the person who runs on the children becomes the accused
Posted on 06/15/2022 11:49
Francisco Manuel de Silva, 53, a 53-year-old man, was sentenced to five years in prison in Ceylandia on May 22 for writing a letter to the Federal District and Territory (MPDFT). Bricklayer, who does not have a driving license (CNH) and was drunk, tried to flee the scene on the day of the incident, but was restrained and assaulted by people.
The allegation presented by the MPDFT was accepted by Judge Lucas Sales da Costa of the Jury Court of Ceilândia, and with it, Francisco Manuel became a defendant. The mason will have ten days to present his defense in the defense process. Still accepting the charges, the magistrate denied the request of Itwater who had requested the withdrawal of the preventive detention.
“From the record, the accused did not have a driving license and, in addition, was under the influence of alcohol at the time of the incident, running on five children”, he reported. “I reject Francisco’s request to withdraw the restraining order, which I am entitled to, in accordance with Article 312 of the Criminal Procedure Code, specifically to ensure public order,” the judge added.
Francisco Manuel da Silva, 53, grabbed the five children and ran as they waited on the sidewalk to cross the crosswalk. Military police had to contain the population, who wanted to kill the driver. In an examination at the Legal Medical Institute (IML), the driver was found drunk, who told police he had consumed a dose of whiskey.
At the custody hearing, Judge Monique de Araujo of Cilandia Custody Center converted the arrest of Cardoso Francisco into resistance. During the hearing, Itkhola told the magistrate that he had a specific address and income and that he had “never been arrested in his life”.
After reading the verdict, the judge reiterated that Francisco’s criminal record contains a passage for another traffic offense, in 2015, when he was caught driving without a license. Aware of the prison’s maintenance, the hit-and-run offender did not want to comment, leaving the house with a startled face. The hearing is scheduled for May 24.
Arriving at the Instituto Abraçando Vidas to explore space, still in a wheelchair, Ana Julia, 7, was enthusiastically received by friends attending her karate class. Colleagues celebrated their return home after 22 days of uncertainty. In addition to Anna Julia, Bruna Raquel, 6, and Sophia Valentina, 4, were hospitalized at Hospital de Base and Hospital de Cilandia.
In an interview with Dr. Mail, Gloria Cheila Pereira, grandmother of three of the five children hit by a car on May 22, revealed that the three girls were released this Monday (13/6) around 2 p.m. “We are all happy. Now, they will continue treatment at the hospital, come back to the specialists and recover,” he highlighted.
Gloria mentioned that she had the help of many friends and acquaintances. “We got wheelchairs and bathing chairs for the girls. Everyone helped a lot. Especially in praying for their recovery. I have no doubt that God allowed them all to come out alive. There were many prayers. There were several churches for them,” he said.
The family is now awaiting trial. “He (the driver) needs to be arrested. Five lives he almost destroyed, including five children. And they still remember what happened,” he guaranteed. All the children have now been released and are recovering at home.
* Intern under the supervision of Nahima Masiel