Video from the Brazilian fight shows gang members kicking headless heads of rivals

Sickening video from prison battles in Brazil shows twisted gang members playing football with the headless heads of their rivals, while 57 are killed in bloody clash

  • During the Monday riots, several prisoners were driven crazy on top of the prison
  • They seemed to use human heads as balls for a twisted game of football
  • The images appeared hours after a & # 39; rebellion & # 39; broke out in the Altamira Regional Recovery Center in the northern state of Pará in Brazil around Monday around 7 am
  • Gang members from one prison block invaded the other and set fire to a room
  • At least 57 people were killed – including 16 who were beheaded
  • Two prison guards were taken hostage during the uprising and later released
  • Brazilian authorities did not mention the two rival gangs involved in the attacks
  • The prison has a capacity of 200 prisoners but was occupied by 311 prisoners
  • The bloody violence comes two months after a riot in the Amazonas prison left 55 prisoners dead
  • WARNING: GRAPHIC CONTENT
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The pathogenic video of a bloody prison battle in Brazil shows how twisted gang members playfully kick the beheaded heads of their rivals on the prison roof while 57 people were killed during the collision.

Six prisoners were running around on top of the Altamira Regional Recovery Center in the northern state of Pará in Brazil.

They seemed to use human heads as balls for a sickening game of football.

The images appeared hours after a & # 39; rebellion & # 39; broke out when gang members from one prison block invaded the outbuilding of the prison and reportedly set fire to part of it around 7 am.

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Sixteen of the 57 dead were beheaded in the bloody five-hour collision that ended around noon, an official from the Para State's penitentiary department said.

It was the latest violence to turn the country's overcrowded and deadly prison system upside down.

WARNING: GRAPHIC CONTENT

Sickening video of a bloody prison battle in Brazil shows twisted gang members playfully kicking the beheaded heads of their rivals on the prison roof

Sickening video of a bloody prison battle in Brazil shows twisted gang members playfully kicking the beheaded heads of their rivals on the prison roof

Six prisoners on top of the Altamira Regional Recovery Center in the northern state of Pará in Brazil seemed to use human heads as balls for a sickening game of football

Six prisoners on top of the Altamira Regional Recovery Center in the northern state of Pará in Brazil seemed to use human heads as balls for a sickening game of football

Six prisoners on top of the Altamira Regional Recovery Center in the northern state of Pará in Brazil seemed to use human heads as balls for a sickening game of football

A man with a machete waves his foot over one of the headless heads
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A man with a machete waves his foot over one of the headless heads

A man with a machete waves his foot over one of the headless heads

A gang member proudly showed a stack of five heads surrounded by a pool of blood

A gang member proudly showed a stack of five heads surrounded by a pool of blood

Sixteen of the 57 dead in the collision were beheaded

Sixteen of the 57 dead in the collision were beheaded

A gang member proudly showed a stack of five heads surrounded by a pool of blood

A & # 39; rebellion & # 39; broke out in prison when gang members from one block invaded the outbuilding of the prison and set part of it on fire around 7 am Monday. Video shows the structure in flames
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A & # 39; rebellion & # 39; broke out in prison when gang members from one block invaded the outbuilding of the prison and set part of it on fire around 7 am Monday. Video shows the structure in flames

A & # 39; rebellion & # 39; broke out in prison when gang members from one block invaded the outbuilding of the prison and set part of it on fire around 7 am Monday. Video shows the structure in flames

Local reports said that gang members of block A stormed block B, occupied by a rival group, locked a room and set it on fire, causing many prisoners to die of suffocation, according to Oservador.

Military police were called on the spot and negotiated with the prisoners who had barricaded themselves in a cell block.

Brazilian media have reported that two prison officers were held hostage in the conflict, but were eventually released after negotiations with the civilian police and the Public Prosecution Service.

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Reported video of the conflict showed smoke from a prison building.

The uprising broke out on Monday at 7 a.m. local time in Altamira Regional Recovery Center in the northern state of Pará and lasted five bloody hours

The uprising broke out on Monday at 7 a.m. local time in Altamira Regional Recovery Center in the northern state of Pará and lasted five bloody hours

The uprising broke out on Monday at 7 a.m. local time in Altamira Regional Recovery Center in the northern state of Pará and lasted five bloody hours

Local reports said that gang members of block A stormed block B, occupied by a rival group, locked a room and set it on fire, causing many prisoners to die of suffocation. Pictured smoke came out of the Brazilian prison on Monday

According to local reports, gang members from block A stormed block B, which was occupied by a rival group, locked a room and set it on fire, causing many prisoners to die of suffocation. Pictured smoke came out of the Brazilian prison on Monday

According to local reports, gang members from block A stormed block B, which was occupied by a rival group, locked a room and set it on fire, causing many prisoners to die of suffocation. Pictured smoke came out of the Brazilian prison on Monday

Two prison guards were taken hostage during the uprising and later released. Sixteen dead were found brutally beheaded
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Two prison guards were taken hostage during the uprising and later released. Sixteen dead were found brutally beheaded

Two prison guards were taken hostage during the uprising and later released. Sixteen dead were found brutally beheaded

The Altamira prison has a capacity of 200 prisoners, but was occupied by 311 prisoners

The Altamira prison has a capacity of 200 prisoners, but was occupied by 311 prisoners

The Altamira prison has a capacity of 200 prisoners, but was occupied by 311 prisoners

The riot comes exactly two months after 55 people were confirmed dead in a riot in the Brazilian state of Amazonas in May

The riot comes exactly two months after 55 people were confirmed dead in a riot in the Brazilian state of Amazonas in May

The riot comes exactly two months after 55 people were confirmed dead in a riot in the Brazilian state of Amazonas in May

The Altamira prison has a capacity of 200 prisoners, but was occupied by 311 prisoners, according to the Brazilian News outlet G1.

Brazilian authorities did not mention the two rival gangs involved in the attacks.

A fight between criminal organizations would have motivated the uprising, according to the Brazilian newspaper O Globo.

Violence in Brazilian prisons, especially among gangs, is not uncommon.

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The riot comes exactly two months after 55 people were confirmed dead in a riot in the Brazilian state of Amazonas in May.

Monday's battle marked the second largest massacre in prison in 2019.

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