Justice must be served to all those involved. Due process must be employed to any case because reality can be figured out by proper investigation, and exhaustion of all facts and figures parties could provide. But when found guilty, what should be done next? Of course, the effectivity of imprisonment will take place. Apparently, law is beyond control inside the jail. There are things that can be detrimental to the sentenced. Considering these cases, what is the extent of 'suffering' and pay back?
This is how this story goes. You will witness the very thin line between karma, giving what is 'just' to the suspect and a human rights violation. This is the story of Daryell Dickson Menenzes Xavier.
He is a Brazilian who's known as a jiu-jitsu instructor and competes with Gracie Barra.
According to the reports, he raped and then killed (through seizure) his 1 year old stepson.
Hours later, Daryell reported to his girlfriend that her son fell and experienced a seizure. Then the boy was rushed to the hospital. Unfortunately, after two days, the little boy passed away.
There was a fissure located at the anus of the little boy. Later on, as some inconsistencies in the medical records was found, authorities concluded that the boy was sexually abused by Daryell.
After then, he was imprisoned. Knowing about his case, prisoners made a big, hard blow. Daryell was raped and sexually harassed, as part of the 30-day incarceration process.
He committed bloody skin, bruises and major anal wounds.
Medical authorities applied medical aid to Daryell. His fate was unexpected and unfortunate. The charges for raping someone must be just, but not as morbid or bloody as this.
Going back to the prison, Daryell experienced almost the same 'bullying' or attacks. It is very unimaginable. If you are the family of the suspect or his immediate loved one, what must be the feeling?