Except for a modest obituary and a note in CMI
(http://www.midiaindependente.org/pt/blue/2010/03/466204.shtml) it passed in white the death of one more victim of the Brazilian Dictatorship.
The same journalists that wrote hundreds of lines on the died José Mindlin, they were not capable to write some little lines on the sufferings of Felícia Mardini de Oliveira.
Felícia Mardini de Oliveira died in São Paulo, without never to have found her daughter. Ísis Dias de Oliveira was "disappeared" - one educated way to say executed - in 1972 in the basements of the Dictatorship.
The beautiful Ísis was not entitled to a grave. The mother that sought the daughter for 38 years didn't deserve the smallest interest of the media. The one that it proves that in Brazil some are "more human" than others.
Since still didn't end the Dictatorship that tortured thousands, it killed and it hid the bodies of hundreds of Brazilian; since the torturers and murderers are free, they receive retirements and they are treated even as heroes for the right without uniform; since the State maintains the secrecy of the produced documents of 1964/1985, I believe that should make some thing.
While all of the victims of the Dictatorship be not treated with decency, before all executed they are not them located and buried with dignity, the Dictators should not have peace: the graves of Castelo Branco, Costa e Silva, Médici, Geisel and Figueiredo (military dictators that they governed Brazil) should be PITCHED and DEMOLISHED.
If many Brazilians were not entitled to a grave the dictators also they should not have. As the military of the active want to bury the memory of the Dictatorship without punishing the torturers, we should EXHUME the dictators to expose in the sun their shameful and shameless bones.