Wanted Spaniard Jumps to His Death While Holding Young Daughter.
Wanted Spaniard jumps to his death from the 17th floor of a Brazil hotel while holding his young daughter of only six years old.
The 53-year-old man jumped from the 17th floor of the hotel in Sao Paulo in Brazil. He had been wanted by Interpol but the crimes he was suspected of have not been released. Before jumping to his death while holding his daughter he had left a letter written in Spanish in his hotel room.
The Spanish man that was wanted by Interpol died along with his six-year-old daughter after he jumped from a Sao Paulo hotel from the 17th floor, according to Brazilian officials as reported 20 minutes.
According to 20 minutes the names of the father and daughter have so far been withheld but military police in Sao Paulo have revealed that he left a letter written in Spanish in his hotel room.
In his letter he left his apologies for what was about to do and also extended his apologies to the hotel for the “damage” that he expected to be caused.
In the letter he wrote: “I have no one to leave her with who can provide me with a minimum of security and peace of mind.” He also commented that: “this would not have happened in my country, with my family by my side”.
Authorities reported that the hotel room that had been occupied by the 53-year-old man and his daughter was “in order” and there had been no signs of violence.
The Sao Paulo Military Police have not released any details on the alleged crime for which Interpol wanted him. They have also not detailed how long the man and his daughter had been in Brazil at the time of the tragic incident.
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