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"I will die shortly": Teen girl's Facebook post mentions her killers by name just hours before her body is found

"I will die shortly": Teen girl's Facebook post mentions her killers by name just hours before her body is found

In two posts uploaded from her account, details about how 17-year-old Christiane would be killed and by whom, were included.

Trigger warning: contains graphic details that may be distressing to some.

Hours before the body of a teenager was found, a social media post uploaded from the girl's account seemed to predict her murder and included chilling details such as the names of her killers.

As the post from the 17-year-old girl, Cristiane Carvalho Guimaraes' account mentioned her final goodbyes, it revealed that she owed around $550 to local drug dealers, because of which she was going to be killed.

"I come here to say goodbye to everyone. I will die shortly," her post said.



 

"They'll send the location so my body can be found," read another post that was uploaded from Cristiane's account. And indeed, as was mentioned, another message from her account was posted the next day, framed by the killers and disclosing the location of where the teenager's body could be found.

Along with mentioning who her killers would be and where her body would be found, the posts also mentioned that she would be shot to death. However, after her body was found, the cause of death was not revealed.

On February 12, the police knew that Cristiane was missing, but by the time they reached the location that the killers mentioned in the post the next day, the teenager was already dead. She was murdered on February 13 in the municipality of Itapiranga in the state of Amazonas, Brazil.

Although the post uploaded from Cristiane's account seemed like it was the teenager's final message to the world before her death, investigators believe that she may not have written the message at all.



 

In addition to this, the post that revealed the location where her body would be found was signed off with the letters 'CV,' which is supposed to be short for the name of the criminal gang, Comando Vermelho. However, the police also suspect that Comando Vermelho has nothing to do with the murder at all and that the real killer might have signed off with 'CV' to mislead the investigation.

According to The Sun, the police believe that the post where Cristiane said "goodbye to everyone" was also fabricated by the killer.

After Cristiane's case came to light, two more deaths took place that might possibly have some connection to the teenager's death. The two other victims, Lorival Fonseca Moraes and Antonio Monteiro dos Santos, whose bodies were found were reportedly the brother and brother-in-law of one of the killers Cristiane's post had mentioned on social media, according to Mirror.



 

The police believe that the deaths of Lorival and Antonio were executed by members of the criminal gang, Comando Vermelho.

Members of the Comando Vermelho gang were reportedly agitated by the increased attention they were getting after their name was mentioned in Cristiane's post, and because of this, they reportedly tried to kill the suspects mentioned in the teenager's post. But instead, they ended up executing the suspect's relatives.

As the investigation continues, the police also believe that Cristiane may not have had any drug-related debt and that her murder was a case of femicide.

Representational Image (Source: Getty Images | Photo by andriano_cz)

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