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Man who ‘ordered kill’ on Indigenous tribes activist in Amazon caught by Brazilian police


A man who allegedly ordered his henchman to track down and kill an Indigenous tribes expert in June in the Amazon Rainforest has been captured, police said. 

According to law enforcement officials in Brazil, Rubén Dario da Silva Villar- also known as Colômbia – ordered a kill on Bruno Pereira, 41, an activist who was helping Indigenous tribes combat illegal fishing and hunting. 

When Villar’s men went after the activist, chasing him in a boat and shooting at him, they also shot and killed British journalist Dom Phillips, 57, who was in the Amazon researching for a book. 

Villar, an illegal fishing trafficker, is the fourth man arrested after three were arrested and charged last year in connection to their murders.

Federal police say they are still searching for one man who they believe gave one of the guns to a gunman and also helped hide the bodies. 

A kill was allegedly ordered on Bruno Pereira, 41, an activist who was helping Indigenous tribes combat illegal fishing and hunting

A kill was allegedly ordered on Bruno Pereira, 41, an activist who was helping Indigenous tribes combat illegal fishing…



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