The APIB - Articulation of the Indigenous Peoples of Brazil - throughout this month is making a tour of 12 European countries, meeting with heads of state, congresspeople, artists, professors, students and activists to denounce the reality of the indigenous peoples in Brazil and the recurrent attacks such as this dawn.
In keeping with the information company, the person, Paulo Paulino Guajajara, was an indigenous warrior who belonged to a gaggle called the "Guardians of the Forest" and was additionally a member of the Guajarara tribe. The group regularly patrols their forest reserves, breaking up encampments of the logging gangs who illegally cut down trees.
Federal police will examine Guajajara's killing as a way to "convey these chargeable for this crime to justice", stated Sergio Moro, the justice and public safety minister.
Paulo Paulino was shot in the neck and died in the jungle, according to the International Survival organization, who said his partner was injured but managed to escape.
According to The Guardian, earlier this year Paulino told Survival International, "It makes me so mad to see this [forest destruction]".
Greenpeace said the two males were "basically the most most up-to-date victims of a drawl that refuses to conform with what the constitution determines".
"It is time to stop this institutionalized genocide".
Since taking office in January, Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro has been accused of harming the Amazon and indigenous tribes in order to benefit his supporters in the logging, mining and farming industries. "Stop authorising the bloodshed of our people!" "Arariboia Territory is once again in mourning", said Sonia Guajajara, executive coordinator of the Indigenous Peoples of Brazil Association. "Our lands are being invaded, our leaders killed, attacked and criminalized, and the Brazilian state is abandoning indigenous peoples to their fate with the ongoing dismantling of environmental and indigenous policies". We don't break into their houses and rob them, do we? "That they do not, their absence there, is what pushes the guardians to assume this defence - a very hard and risky job", she told AFP.
Brazil's National Indian Foundation, Funai, issued a statement lamenting the death of Paulo Paulino, and said it would send a special team of technical experts to the area.
"All indigenous lands in Maranhão are under threat of invasion", said indigenous leader Rosilene Guajajara in an interview in April, when several of her community went to Brasilia to ask for protection from the federal government.