An examination was carried out to rule out the hypothesis that Daniel could have attacked the deputy, who woke up covered in blood and covered with bruises.
A report from the Civil Police of the Federal District found that the federal deputy’s husband Joice Hasselmann (PSL-SP), neurosurgeon Daniel França, has no lesions on his hands or in other regions of the body. The test was done to rule out the hypothesis that Daniel could have attacked Joice, who woke up covered in blood and covered with bruises. According to the lawyer for the parliamentarian, Antônio Carlos de Almeida Castro, the Kakay, the report is “obvious”. “Daniel has no worries about this and offered to take the exam. And it was good, because the Legislative Police asked for it and the IML carried out the exam that proves in a technical way that there is no injury in his hands and there couldn’t have been any”, he said. “I’ll be honest, I didn’t even speak up because that was the absolutely obvious result. There are groups that we know where they come from, fake news groups, who are making undue assumptions,” he added.
Joice and her husband granted a press conference a week ago in the functional apartment where the couple lives, in Brasilia, to deny the accusation that he was the one who attacked the parliamentarian on the night of the 17th. After waking up injured, she called France, who provided first aid. Attention was drawn to the fact that the two sleep in separate rooms – because, according to the deputy, he “snores like an animal” -, that she doesn’t remember anything and that the neurosurgeon didn’t notice anything strange during the night. “I never hit anyone, I never slapped anyone, nor punched anyone. I have no reason to do this, I would never do this”, declared França.