Ceara Police Put Marvel Star On Suspect List

Get ready for an unusual case. Actor who played Killmonger in Marvel’s Black Panther, Michael B. Jordan appeared on the list of suspects in a massacre in Ceará.

It turns out that the Civil Police used an image of the Marvel star during the photographic recognition process of those accused of the crime. The image of Michael B. Jordan is one of three used in the Photographic Acknowledgment Term for the case.

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The association of the Marvel star with a crime that took place in Ceará caught the attention of netizens, but the State Secretariat of Public Security and Social Defense explained to the TV News website that the use of celebrity images does not reflect the routine of the processes of photographic recognition.

The agency also announced that it had ordered the suspension of this practice, clarifying that photographic recognition is just one of the steps in the police investigation.

It was also added that, in order to take the necessary measures, the case in question is being investigated, since there is no guidance from the Civil Police of Ceará regarding the use of images of people taken from the Internet as a form of photographic recognition.

The unusual case has been receiving much criticism on social networks.

Rumor indicates Michael B. Jordan’s participation in Black Panther 2

It has been reported by the Giant Freakin Robot that Killmonger, played by Michael B. Jordan, may return in Black Panther: Wakanda Forever (Black Panther 2). The information has not yet been confirmed by Marvel.

According to the website, it’s not clear at this time whether the villain will actually be resurrected or will only appear in flashback scenes, as he died in 2018’s Black Panther.

The character is considered one of the most iconic villains in the MCU. The idea of ​​a comeback may have mixed reactions among fans, as some believe its ending was perfect.

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As mentioned earlier, the information has not yet been confirmed by Marvel. So treat it as a rumor for now.

Black Panther: Wakanda Forever (Black Panther 2) hits theaters on November 10, 2022.

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