Skip to comments.Man shoots bride, best man, then himself at wedding party after announcing a 'surprise'
Posted on 12/22/2010 5:51:28 AM PST by inflorida
RIO DE JANEIRO (AP) A bridegroom fatally shot his new wife, his best man and then himself after announcing to horrified guests that he had a "surprise" for them, authorities said Monday.
Witnesses reported that 29-year-old Rogerio Damascena, a sales manager in Camaragibe, outside the northeastern Brazilian city of Recife, did not give any previous indication that anything was wrong at his wedding reception, police investigator Joao Brito said.
Brito would not speculate on a possible motive, saying family members were in shock and he had not interviewed them yet.
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Absolutely insane and terrible !!!
It reminds me of this horror movie called THE HAPPENING. I saw some of it while channel surfing. The premise of the film is that bad bad ole mankind have been so callous to the planet and the “environment” that the plants rebeled. That’s right plants like grass, shrubs, trees, etc. The plants were able to make people go nuts and kill themselves and each other via this creepy wind produced by the vegetation. That taught a lesson to those bad ole humans.
Bride sleeps with best man. Fiance finds out. Shoots bride, best man and himself. Surprise!
That was my guess after reading the first line.
Yep, had everyone together so took the opportunity to do a final payback...
Jeez, why didn’t he jsut break off the engagement? All that blood and stuff not to mention the waste of bullets...
I don’t know, that seems like a pretty crappy surprise if you ask me.
At least he didn't shoot them...got his revenge and the Father couldn't be mad because he paid for a wedding he didn't get..and the daughter was the reason.
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