segunda-feira, 24 de agosto de 2009

Marajoara

Conversando com meu pai esse fim de semana, decobri que ele conheceu uma das pessoas que foi executada durante o Regime Militar (1964 - 1985), durante a Operação Marajoara. Foram mortos 67 guerrilheiros, destes 41 foram presos e executados quando não ofereciam mais nenhum risco de reação. Foram executados amarrados ou rendidos. Claro, antes da abertura dos arquivos do Major Curió, o que era conehcido era que os guerrilheiros haviam sido mortos ainda empunhando armas, oferecendo resistência.
Uma série de documentos, muitos manuscritos do próprio punho de Curió, feitos durante e depois da guerrilha, contraria a versão militar de que os mortos estavam de armas na mão na hora em que tombaram. Muitos se entregaram nas casas de moradores da região ou foram rendidos em situações em que não ocorreram disparos.
Papai falou do Idalísio, com quem conviveu durante um tempo na Casa do Estudante em Recife, antes dele ser convocado pelos militantes para a Guerrilha do Araguaia. Contam os relatos que Idalísio Soares Aranha Filho, o Aparício, foi um dos seus adversários mais difíceis. Ele teria levado 53 tiros de metralhadora, inclusive no rosto, e ainda assim conseguiu escapar pela mata. Foi apanhado dois quilômetros adiante, agonizando no chão. Levou um tiro de misericórdia na cabeça, disparado por uma Winchester 44. O tiro moeu por completo seu crânio. Os restos do guerrilheiro foram levados numa rede a Xambioá para que fosse identificado – ao vê-lo, um major da Aeronáutica vomitou copiosamente.



I was talking with my dad this weekend, and just discovered that he knew one of the persons whose was killed during the Military Regime (1964 - 1985), on the Marajoara Operation. There were killed 67 guerrillas insurgents, which 41 of those were executed while they no more offered any risk of reaction. They were executed while already arrested or surrender. Of course, before the Major Curió opens the military files, the information was that that those insurgents were killed while they still had guns on their hands, offering some resistance.
A series of documents, many wrote by the hands of the Major himself,made during and after the operation, are contrary to the military version, where those killed had guns on hands at the time when they felt down. "Many had surrender inside houses of the locals or were surrender on situations where there were no shoots." - Told the Major.
Dad told me about Idalísio, which he knew during his stay in the Student House at Recife, before he being called to the Araguaia Guerrillas. Documents tells that Idalísio Soares Aranha Filho, as knew as Aparício, was one of the most hard adversaries. He took 53 machine gun shots, including his face, and still could scape through the woods. He was caught after 2 kilometers (about 6 miles), agonizing at the floor. He had a final shot on his head, by a .44 Winchester. The shot crashed his skull. The Aparício body was took to the base of Xambioá to get identified. When an Air Force Major saw his body, had vomited.

Um comentário:

  1. A horses muzzle is one of the most magical things in the world. I never forget how lucky I am to be able to feel them on such a regular basis.

    That's so sad. I do not know anyone who was killed during a military insurgency, but I do have cousins in Poland who hid from the Nazi's during WWII by hanging out on their farm.

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