OERATION MUTUM – THE SUFFOCATION

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(episode 6)

In 1966 Paulo de Sa was arrested in Ipatinga and, as a result of his arrest and incarceration, there was a great uproar in Mutum. His brother Professor Carlos traveled for days without anyone knowing inform the destination of your trip.

The family, his wife and two children, pretended that nothing was happening, but try as they might continue their daily routines, let transpire sometimes clear signs of much concern and insecurity.

Upon returning, days after traveling, we learned by Carlos that his brother Paul, who had been taken prisoner at the union’s headquarters in Ipatinga, in the Steel Valley, was missing, but is not on the official records of trade unionists held for investigation.

He, Carlos, had tried with the influential known locate his brother, without any success. He feared for his life . “I do not want to imagine – said – what poor old Paul must be going.” Asked about the risks that he was running, and there was also a danger for those who were enticed in Mutum, he said to be quiet because there was nothing that could lead to acts of subversion. He advised, however, that all they possessed at home the famous Statute of Brazil’s Communist Party got rid of it. They should not hide or throw away. They should burn it and throw the ashes away. Other books considered subversive should also have the same purpose. Finally, alerted to the fact that The less we discuss or safer policy would be.

The routine Of the people of Mutum has undergone some changes. They no longer saw groups of older residents formed the sidewalks, late at night, even when the heat became almost unbearable inside the residences.

Also in Central Plaza banks where the new communist sat to discuss the future of Brazil, they had almost always empty, and also showed the Billiard game  empty hall during the week.

Only on weekends, in the evenings of Saturday and Sunday, traffic increased on the sidewalks, in the Central Square and the Billiard game tables. Also the Social Club Mutum and Tringolingo became frequented only on weekends.

It could be seen in the air a hint of fear, suspicion and mistrust. When someone was not seen for more than two days, then it was rumored that the person had been arrested or had disappeared or had fled the city.

In fact, there were few arrests that took place in Mutum because of the revolution in those early days. But they happened. As was the case for example of Manoel Caxias, owner of House of Parties, specializes in selling fireworks and the like. His arrest happened during the day, with lots of people watching, all very scared, helpless, unable to help.

Manoel Caxias was gaucho, of Caxias do Sul, last name of the reason was known.

Until that day when he was taken into custody by military police, no one could even imagine that would be able to perform any crime, any ruse, do someone harm. Manoel Caxias always presented as an honest, fair and fraternal, fully reliable.

The explanation given later by the police who had participated in his arrest, the Cape Eleuterio, was that Manoel Caxias had been denounced as war material supplier to the government enemies. Better explaining the fireworks trader was accused of providing subversive explosive material used in the composition and making of homemade bombs. These bombs that were being used in bank robberies occurred in the region.

first taken to Juiz de Fora, he was transferred soon after to Belo Horizonte, where he was detained for thirty days, returning after a loose Mutum, where he continued merchant, but in another line of business, the haberdashery.

The House Parties closed its doors and ceased its activities. Manoel Caxias since then always avoided comment on his arrest.

Another the people of Mutum considered subversive, arrested and prosecuted, was the Marinho Paulista, gas station owner Mouth Road, one well known Bairrinho to be located where began the main road that served as access to the city.

Contrary to how Manoel Caxias was arrested during the day and in front of several people, Marinho Paulista was caught at his home overnight without the closest neighbors were unaware of something.

One morning the woman known for Nezinha Cota, who Marinho Paulista had an affair, went to the station and informed the attendants what had happened.

When inquired how everything happened, she simply said he did not know details of who was in his own house, nearby the Marinho Paulista, he saw come the cops. Who had called for him and trapped when the door opened. The led, according to her, handcuffed, in a jeep. There were four policemen. She could not identify any of them, which made understand that it was not anyone from Mutum policing.

The disappearance of Marinho Paulista according to the rumors that have spread through the city, would be related to the supply of fuel for vehicles used by subversives during robberies in nearby towns.

The bank robberies were becoming routine and there was not enough to know when they were committed by subversive groups or burglars. Some sought to assign the events to others.

Marinho Paulista not returned to more Mutum. Your gas station has been abandoned since it was not there any relative that his place of business. The grass was taking over everything taking place account.

Even today there are some who continue the people of Mutum stating that Marinho Paulista not only supplied subversives cars, but also earned commission in the assaults made by simple marginal and assigned to those. How did not return from prison, they began to circulate rumors that Marinho Paulista had not supported a torture session that had been submitted and that he had died, it was not known when or where.

also happened to other prisons important no less, but I will take the liberty to report for now, only these two cases and, of course, Paulo de Sá.

   THE VISIT

THE SUFFOCATION

In 1966 Paulo de Sa was arrested in Ipatinga and, as a result of his arrest and incarceration, there was a great uproar in Mutum. His brother Professor Carlos traveled for days without anyone knowing inform the destination of your trip.

The family, his wife and two children, pretended that nothing was happening, but try as they might continue their daily routines, let transpire sometimes clear signs of much concern and insecurity.

Upon returning, days after traveling, we learned by Carlos that his brother Paul, who had been taken prisoner at the union’s headquarters in Ipatinga, in the Steel Valley, was missing, but is not on the official records of trade unionists held for investigation.

He, Carlos, had tried with the influential known locate his brother, without any success. He feared for his life . “I do not want to imagine – said – what poor old Paul must be going.” Asked about the risks that he was running, and there was also a danger for those who were enticed in Mutum, he said to be quiet because there was nothing that could lead to acts of subversion. He advised, however, that all they possessed at home the famous Statute of Brazil’s Communist Party got rid of it. They should not hide or throw away. They should burn it and throw the ashes away. Other books considered subversive should also have the same purpose. Finally, alerted to the fact that The less we discuss or safer policy would be.

The routine Of the people of Mutum has undergone some changes. They no longer saw groups of older residents formed the sidewalks, late at night, even when the heat became almost unbearable inside the residences.

Also in Central Plaza banks where the new communist sat to discuss the future of Brazil, they had almost always empty, and also showed the Billiard game  empty hall during the week.

Only on weekends, in the evenings of Saturday and Sunday, traffic increased on the sidewalks, in the Central Square and the Billiard game tables. Also the Social Club Mutum and Tringolingo became frequented only on weekends.

It could be seen in the air a hint of fear, suspicion and mistrust. When someone was not seen for more than two days, then it was rumored that the person had been arrested or had disappeared or had fled the city.

In fact, there were few arrests that took place in Mutum because of the revolution in those early days. But they happened. As was the case for example of Manoel Caxias, owner of House of Parties, specializes in selling fireworks and the like. His arrest happened during the day, with lots of people watching, all very scared, helpless, unable to help.

Manoel Caxias was gaucho, of Caxias do Sul, last name of the reason was known.

Until that day when he was taken into custody by military police, no one could even imagine that would be able to perform any crime, any ruse, do someone harm. Manoel Caxias always presented as an honest, fair and fraternal, fully reliable.

The explanation given later by the police who had participated in his arrest, the Cape Eleuterio, was that Manoel Caxias had been denounced as war material supplier to the government enemies. Better explaining the fireworks trader was accused of providing subversive explosive material used in the composition and making of homemade bombs. These bombs that were being used in bank robberies occurred in the region.

first taken to Juiz de Fora, he was transferred soon after to Belo Horizonte, where he was detained for thirty days, returning after a loose Mutum, where he continued merchant, but in another line of business, the haberdashery.

The House Parties closed its doors and ceased its activities. Manoel Caxias since then always avoided comment on his arrest.

Another the people of Mutum considered subversive, arrested and prosecuted, was the Marinho Paulista, gas station owner Mouth Road, one well known Bairrinho to be located where began the main road that served as access to the city.

Contrary to how Manoel Caxias was arrested during the day and in front of several people, Marinho Paulista was caught at his home overnight without the closest neighbors were unaware of something.

One morning the woman known for Nezinha Cota, who Marinho Paulista had an affair, went to the station and informed the attendants what had happened.

When inquired how everything happened, she simply said he did not know details of who was in his own house, nearby the Marinho Paulista, he saw come the cops. Who had called for him and trapped when the door opened. The led, according to her, handcuffed, in a jeep. There were four policemen. She could not identify any of them, which made understand that it was not anyone from Mutum policing.

The disappearance of Marinho Paulista according to the rumors that have spread through the city, would be related to the supply of fuel for vehicles used by subversives during robberies in nearby towns.

The bank robberies were becoming routine and there was not enough to know when they were committed by subversive groups or burglars. Some sought to assign the events to others.

Marinho Paulista not returned to more Mutum. Your gas station has been abandoned since it was not there any relative that his place of business. The grass was taking over everything taking place account.

Even today there are some who continue the people of Mutum stating that Marinho Paulista not only supplied subversives cars, but also earned commission in the assaults made by simple marginal and assigned to those. How did not return from prison, they began to circulate rumors that Marinho Paulista had not supported a torture session that had been submitted and that he had died, it was not known when or where.

also happened to other prisons important no less, but I will take the liberty to report for now, only these two cases and, of course, Paulo de Sá.

   THE VISIT

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