The extent of Marcos Paulo da Silva’s violence has brought him comparisons with Britain’s most dangerous prisoner, Charles Bronson.
The 42-year-old Brazilian was only 18 when he was first jailed for petty theft in 1995, but soon turned into a vicious murderer.
He is believed to have murdered five inmates at once in Serra Azul prison in Sao Paulo in 2011 in one of his bloodiest attacks to date.
His signature is to cut off the victims’ heads and eviscerate them after they have been killed.
Da Silva is likely to die behind bars after receiving multiple sentences and sentences totaling 217 years – though he has not yet been tried for many of his alleged crimes.
Da Silva is said to have recently said to a judge: “I don’t regret having killed all these people.
“They were rapists and thieves who took advantage of other inmates and robbed them.”
His amazing prison history was recently exposed in a report by Brazilian online company UOL that was picked up by newspapers in both South America and Portugal.
He has been described as the leader of a gang of assassins formed to assassinate members of the PCC, one of Brazil’s leading gangs formed by inmates as a self-protection group in the country’s brutal prison system.
Prison guards told UOL that it was only a “matter of time” before da Silva, who is covered in tattoos such as skulls, devils and a swastika, kills again as soon as he is transferred to a new prison.
He switched allegiances and turned against PCC after joining the gang at the age of 19 following his first teen conviction.
He reportedly used a fire extinguisher to knock his Serra Azul prison victims unconscious before beheading them with a homemade knife in his most notorious prison massacre to date.
He is reported to have yelled, “I love that, there are so few, I want to kill more prisoners” when he wiped out their lives.
The number of prisons ready to accept him is now running dry. Psychologists say he is not mentally ill but has a personality disorder that needs urgent treatment.
Armed robber Charles Bronson, 67, has spent the last 45 years in prison after his sentence was repeatedly increased for attacking and holding prison staff.
He was sentenced to seven years in prison for the first time. After several extensions of his sentence, he was given his life in 1999 for kidnapping a prison teacher.
His life was played on the big screen, and actor Tom Hardy played him in the film Bronson with great critical acclaim.
In 2014, Bronson, born in Michael Gordon Peterson, announced that he would change his name to Charles Salvador in homage to the artist Salvador Dali.
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