1952 Olinda massacre
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|1952 Olinda massacre|
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The 1952 Olinda massacre was a mass shooting that occurred in January 1952 in Olinda, a municipality in the state of Pernambuco, Brazil. A shooter killed his wife and 21 others, before being arrested.
The shooter, armed with a gun, murdered his wife and then went off firing at a group of people who were celebrating a ceremony, leaving 7 men and 14 women dead as a result. An unspecified number of people were shot. The shooter was arrested.
- Work of amok[dead link], The Straits Times (January 20, 1952)
- Tragedy Reported[dead link], The Bend Bulletin (January 21, 1952)
- Amokmaaker doodt twintig personen, Soerabaijasch Handelsblad (January 26, 1952)
- Amok, Neue Zürcher Zeitung (January 26, 1952)
- Telegrammas dos Estados, Diario de Pernambuco (January 30, 1952)
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