Ten members of uncontacted Amazonian tribe ‘are slaughtered after running into gold miners in Brazil’
Government agency believes miners killed tribesmen along the Amazon river
Agency workers say men bragged about cutting up their bodies in a nearby bar
If true, the massacre has likely wiped out a significant proportion of the tribe
Back in 2011 a whole tribe disappeared after being attacked by drug smugglers
Ten members of an uncontacted Amazonian tribe have been slaughtered by gold miners in Brazil, government workers believe.
Funai, the agency responsible for protecting the tribes, says the men were collecting eggs along the Amazon river when they came across the miners and were killed.
The miners then went to a bar in a town along the Colombian border where they bragged about the massacre and showed off a carved paddle which they claim was taken from the men.
Agency workers say they miners boasted about cutting up the tribesmen’s bodies and throwing them into the river, though later claimed ‘it was kill or be killed’.
Funai has now lodged an official complaint to the government over the issue, the New York Times reports, prompting authorities to open an investigation.
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