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Grab taken from a handout video captured by security cameras on July 22, 2018 and released by the Parana State Court, showing Brazilian Luis Felipe Manvailer assaulting his wife Tatiane Spitzner in a lift at their apartment in the town of Guarapuava, in the Brazilian southern state of Parana, a case that has shocked Brazil.Images taken from several security cameras show Manvailer brutally beating his wife in the parking garage, elevator and corridor of their fifth-floor apartment moments before another camera shows her body plummeting onto the sidewalk. Minutes later he is seen taking the lift back down and returning with the apparent lifeless body of his wife. He then cleans blood stains from the elevator and leaves the place. Manvailer was caught by the police and is being investigated for murder. / AFP PHOTO / Brazil's Parana State Court / HO /

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