It can save you from the prison to investigate and follow the law in the countries you are travelling to.
It must an american missionary by the name of Steve Campbell true, after he has been questioned by the brazilian police, Funai, which examines matters relating to the natives.
the Accusation may sound at genocide. Steve Campbell went against the law when he chose to get close to the isolated brazilian tribal Hi-Merimã in the southern part of the Amazon rainforest.
The write News.com.au.
According to the law is stammefolket protected, and according to the brazilian police are at great risk of extinction if they come into contact with people from the outside. There must be no more than small infections or the flu, in order to eradicate the whole tribe, says.
Steve Campbell have, according to a brazilian website lived with his wife in the rain forest since 1963. They are hearers of the christian american baptist church, the Greene Baptist Church, and it is by this religious group, Steve Campbell issued and funded.
the American made the journey illegally to the southern part of the Amazon, a rainforest populated by over 100 different strains. Tribes, you have very little knowledge about.
Steve Campbell claims that he made expedition to the remote region at the request of another tribe, Jamamadi people. During the expedition, he still encountered the isolated Hi-Merimã strain.
- If it is established in the investigation that he had an interest to get in contact by using its relationship to the other (tribal, red.) to approach the isolated strain, he can be accused of the crime of genocide by deliberately risking the safety and life of Merimãs people, says Bruno Pereira, which is generalkoordinator with Funai.
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It is not yet known with certainty whether Steve Campbell has had physical contact with the Hi-Merimã people, and therefore, the matter is still being investigated by the brazilian police and the public prosecutor.
- It is a violation of rights and the exposure of a mortality risk for isolated indigenous peoples, says in a press release from Funai.
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