Bloke ‘murdered wife, took selfie with corpse, and sent it to her family’

A sicko accused of murdering his spouse after which posing with a selfie of her useless physique and sending it to her family and friends is in police custody after his suicide try failed.

José Torres, 39, is alleged to have stabbed mum Daniele Vieria, 34, within the Brazilian metropolis of Itopororoca on Thursday (February 8).

He then apparently took the snap of himself and Daniele’s corpse earlier than texting it to her household, reviews the Daily Mail.

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Torres thought he wouldn’t face justice for his vile actions after attempting to stab himself, however he was taken to hospital and was saved by surgeons, cops mentioned.

José Torres is in police custody
José Torres is in police custody

His sufferer, who had a son, 16, had tried to get assist earlier than she was killed, sending a bunch of texts within the early hours to the mom of godchildren earlier than Torres killed her.

But by the point her pal noticed the messages – one among which learn “Help me, he wants to kill me” – at 5am, it was too late.

Police chief Sylvio Rabelo mentioned Torres had allegedly attacked Daniele twice beforehand, including: “It culminated with this criminal act.”

Daniele Vieria's cry for help tragically failed
Daniele Vieria’s cry for assist tragically failed

The homicide suspect is in police custody however stays in hospital.

The ugly crime has eerier similarities to a different incident in Brazil simply over a yr in the past.

In December 2022, Gilmar Ferreira, 44, stabbed to dying his 40-year-old spouse Adriana Carvalho earlier than taking a snap of the pair of them and posting it on social media.

The fiend then reduce his personal wrists and neck, however his cowardly escape act failed when he was rescued by medics.

That earlier crime occurred within the southern state of Paraná.

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