A gang leader ordered the killings of four ride-sharing drivers in Brazil after his sick mother had a ride cancelled, according to reports. The four victims, aged between 23 to 48, were called to the Jardim Santo Inácio favela in Salvador before being tortured and killed. Two of the drivers worked for Uber and the other two for a Brazilian taxi app company, 99, with a fifth driver notifying the police after escaping. Two of the victims worked for Uber and the other two for a Brazilian ride-sharing company, 99. The four drivers were tortured to death at the Jardim Santo Inácio favela in Salvador (stock) The man reportedly described his abduction on local television, saying he was led behind a shack after being taken from his car at gunpoint. The driver said he was tied up, beaten and tortured but managed to flee into a swamp when one of the victims grabbed a suspect’s gun. RELATED ARTICLES Previous 1 Next Uber agrees to pay $4.4million to resolve sex discrimination… Uber makes last-ditch bid to keep its cars on the streets of… Share this article Share Rui Costa, the Bahia governor, said: ‘The gangster ordered these people killed because his mother… Read full this story
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