The knife with which the president of Brazil, Jair Bolsonaro, was stabbed a year ago during the election campaign will be exhibited in a museum when he is considered by a judge as an object of "relevant historical value."
Judge Bruno Savino, from the town of Juiz de Fora, where the attack occurred, recognized the "relevant historical value of the knife used in the attack" suffered by Bolsonaro on September 6, 2018 and, therefore, "the interest of his conservation for the country's recent political history. "
The weapon used by the author of the attack, identified as Adélio Bispo, 41 years old and who suffers from mental problems, will be exhibited at the Museum of the National Police Academy, in Brasilia, still to be determined.
During last year's election campaign, Bolosonaro, who was still a candidate, was stabbed in the abdomen while being carried on his shoulders by a crowd in Juiz de Fora, a town in the state of Minas Gerais (southeast).
The aggressor was arrested immediately after the assault on Bolsonaro, who at that time was already leading the polls of intention to vote, but was declared unimputable since the judge considered that he has no capacity to answer for his actions due to his mental problems.
After the attack, Bolsonaro, then a presidential candidate, was urgently admitted to a public hospital in Juiz de Fora, where doctors managed to stabilize his state of health due to the seriousness of the injuries.
Days later, he was taken by helicopter to the prestigious and exclusive Albert Einstein medical center in Sao Paulo, where he was again operated and followed the recovery process.
The Brazilian president was subjected last Sunday to a new operation in the abdomen, the fourth since he was stabbed, this time for the correction of an incision hernia that arose as a result of the previously performed surgical interventions.
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