Russian ‘diplomat’ drags armed robber into his vehicle and shoots him dead near Rio Olympic venue: Motorcycle thief smashes window of consul staff’s BMW but is killed by martial arts expert

The Russian bad habit emissary in Rio de Janeiro significantly gave dead an equipped mugger who had attempted to hold him up in his auto – soon after the Olympic light transfer had gone by on the most recent day before the Rio 2016 opening service.

Marcos Cesar Feres Braga, a Brazilian legal counselor who holds the bad habit delegate post at the Russian office, purportedly got the aggressor and maneuvered him into his BMW X6 after he had crushed the auto window and pointed a weapon at him, requesting he hand over his watch.

A battle resulted inside the representative’s auto until the point that he figured out how to get the attacker’s firearm, which he used to shoot him dead at point clear range, as per police.

Mr Braga is prepared in jiu-jitsu and was going with his significant other and girl at the time, neighborhood media outlet Globo detailed.

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The mugger, who was on a motorbike with another man, struck at around early afternoon as Braga was sitting tight for movement to begin moving again after the Olympic light had gone by on Avenida das Americas in the Barra da Tijuca locale of Rio, near the Olympic Stop and competitors town.

Witnesses said that right now of the shooting Olympic cyclists from Slovenia were going by on a preparation work out.

The body of the mugger, named as Leonardo Lopes Batista, which lay for a few hours out and about as police experienced examinations, was seen by different Olympic appointments which gone by on the unique Olympic paths near the wrongdoing scene.

In any case, the Russian General Representative in Rio has denied any ambassador was included in the shooting.

‘Brazilian media reports that a Russian representative was purportedly required in an episode that prompted the passing of a Brazilian national amid a furnished assault is not true,’ Vladimir Tokmakov told Russian news office TASS.

‘Every single Russian representative and faculty of Russian outside foundations situated in Rio de Janeiro are sheltered and sound and are of no connection to the previously mentioned occurrence.

‘The man who was included in the episode could have introduced himself as a general office worker.’

One witness told how the mugger yelled, ‘you’ve lost, hand over your watch’ as he declared the burglary, before breaking the auto window with his gun.

His assistant supposedly fled in the wake of seeing his accomplice abruptly pulled inside the negotiator’s shot and slaughtered.

In an announcement, Rio’s 31st Military Police Brigade, which examined the episode, said  Braga ‘acted rapidly pulling the criminal inside the auto, took his pistol and discharged it towards him.’

Rio’s Manslaughter Police headquarters said specialists were still at the wrongdoing scene, over five hours following the shooting.

A representative stated: ‘The man included is a legal advisor and furthermore the bad habit diplomat of Russia. He is Brazilian and a local of Rio de Janeiro.

‘He is not some portion of or has any connection with the Olympic advisory group of Russia which is in Rio de Janeiro for the Olympics.’

The shooting is an indication of Rio’s notoriety for rough wrongdoing.

The Assembled States has cautioned its nationals about the hazard from wrongdoing and cautioned them off going to territories including the favelas – the nation’s  gang-ridden shantytowns.

Yet, the police have tried a monstrous crackdown before the recreations and a gigantic show of compel in the city.

The mix of fears of a psychological oppressor assault and the need to keep down the city’s wrongdoing issue has prompted the sending of 80,000 individuals from the security constrains in Rio.

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