Brazilian mum gets 25 years jail for brutal murder of gay son

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12/03/2019

A jury has sentenced Brazilian woman was sentenced to more than 25 years in prison for brutally murdering her gay son. Tatiana Lozano Pereira never accepted her 17-year-old son Itaberli Lozano was gay, and the pair’s relationship broke down over Christmas 2016. Lozano had gone to stay with his grandmother after arguments between him and his mother. But on the day of his death – December 29, 2016 – his mother coaxed Lozano back to the house under the guise of reconciliation. However, the woman had actually hired two teenagers to assault her son. That day, Lozano was stabbed to death. The mother would later admit to delivering the fatal stab wound herself, local news site Globo reported. Investigators accused the mother of murdering her son and burning his body in a cane field near Sao Paolo, Brazil.

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