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Soccer star Daniel Correa Freitas found dead ‘almost beheaded with his genitals severed’

Brazilian policesaid that the star of Sao Paulo , the young man, Daniel Korea Freitas (24 years), was 
found dead and "distorted" near a bar in the city of Sao Jose dos Pinais, State Parana west of Brazil, in a tragic accident shook allThe country. 
"The club is deeply saddened by the death of midfielder Daniel Correa Freitas, who sympathizes with him and offers condolences to his family," Sao Paulo said in a tweet on Twitter.

A tweet from his Serie A club — the top division in Brazil — posted in the early hours of Sunday confirmed the worst. : “The Sao Paulo football club deeply regrets the death of midfielder Daniel Correa Freitas. The club sympathizes and pays condolences to the athlete’s family.


The official cause of the death has yet to be announced, but local press reports said Freitas was "a victim of torture" and found his head "almost separated" and his genitals cut off, the Sun newspaper reported.
According to the police report, the appearance of the body suggests that the owner was subjected to severe violence: "He found two deep herds in the neck, the head was almost separated and the genitals were amputated."
As a result of technical investigations, numerous reports indicate that the 24-year-old man was tortured to death in a street and then towed for 30 meters and thrown into a bush cake.
"This street is famous for trying to hide bodies," police said.
"Deeply honed"
Daniel Correa Freitas was an offensive midfielder from the big club São Paulo. He still had a year of contract, but was loaned to the São Bento B-club during this season.
According to the report, a passerby near the bar found the body on a road cut short and famous of the violence, and told the authorities, adding: "Everything indicates that the player was killed here in the street, and traveled for about 30 meters." 
Fritas began his career as a professional player in the Brazilian club Botafogo before moving to Sao Paulo, one of the country's leading football clubs.
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