Journalist Vladimir Herzog was at the time of the fact the director-responsible one of the Department of Journalism of the TV Culture of So Paulo and publisher of culture of the magazine Vision. Its death would cause great impact and repercussion in the public opinion what it would come to cause fort suspicion to the official version. Sources according to cited, the secretary of the Press of the Presidency of the Republic, Humberto Barreto, would disclose then for the first time to the climate of existing confrontation between the president and the agencies of repression politics, especially of So Paulo, on contestadores of the distenso and to the minister of the Army, general Slvio Fleet. In result of this fact its secretary of the press Humberto Barreto arrives to ask for resignation of its position, but it are presumptuous to remain for the proper Geisel, that discloses to need people fidiciary offices to disarticulate the project adversary. Geisel already wise person who some military of high patent of the Army already articulated a military blow for dep it, but had a man of extreme loyalty and confidence that already came has much time monitoring all the events: this man was nothing more nothing less than its minister Head of Security of National, general Joo Baptista de Oliveira Figueiredo who would succeed in the presidency of the Republic leading Brazil to it to the return to the democratic system. With the approach of the mass of seventh day for the soul of Journalist Vladimir Herzog, then the Golberi minister of the Couto and Silva transmitted recommendations to the So Paulo Journalists so that they did not accept and they prevented provocations capable to radicalize the situation still more. The mass would be praid by the cardinal-archbishop of So Paulo, dom Pablo Evaristo Arns, one of the critical greaters of the Military Regimen and would congregate thousand of people in the Cathedral of If in an environment of great tension, finishing for becoming it first manifestation politics of spread against the government of president Ernesto Geisel. . .