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A suspected paedophile who abducted a girl as she walked to school before stuffing her in a suitcase to bring her home and rape her said "I haven't done anything to her yet" when caught.
Now-fired IT technician at a top Brazilian bank, Daniel Moraes Bittar, 42, allegedly kidnapped the girl as she headed to school in Luziania, in the centre of the country, at noon on June 28.
Police believe a 23-year-old woman named Gesielly Souza Vieira aided and abetted the alleged crime by knocking the child unconscious by holding a chloroform-soaked cloth over her face, before putting her in a car.
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The half-naked victim was found lying on a bed with her legs cuffed. According to the police, she told how the suspect had touched her body and kissed her.
Police found stun guns, cameras, pornographic material, and a gallon of chloroform in his apartment. Detectives also discovered that he had made posts condemning paedophilia on social media.
CCTV footage shows Bittar being grilled by police after his arrest. In one clip, a policeman can be heard asking Bittar: "Is the girl there in your house?"
After the suspect nods sheepishly and says "yes", the officer asks: "What is she doing in your house?"
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After Bittar starts giving an incoherent reply, the policeman cuts him off, asking: "Where did you take her? Why did you take her? What did you do to her?"
The visibly-nervous suspect then claims: "She's just there, I haven't done anything to her yet."
He was then taken in for questioning, according to local media.
Reports stated that Bittar and his accomplice Viera had twice been spotted doing laps of the school ahead of the alleged crime.
If you or somebody you know has been affected by this story, contact Victim Support for free, confidential advice on 08 08 16 89 111 or visit their website, www.victimsupport.org.uk.
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