Icon wrote:Well, he did stop at a store to gaze at news about himself, giving the clerk time to identify him and call the cops...
Wookiee wrote:Well, he's no fool. There's no ratified extradition treaty between Canada and Germany, so get ready for the extradition process to take up to _____ ?? years??.
It's probably going to be a while till he comes to justice.
It begins with some footage of a slender young man tied to a bed; it appears he is only somewhat conscious, but his head moves.
What follows, or appears to follow, is the stabbing of the man on the bed with an ice pick by a black-clad male. The victim, or purported victim, is then shown with his throat slashed as the black-clad man slices his body, dismembers it (and plays with the parts), decapitates him, invites a black and white dog into the frame to feast on the corpse, and then sexually attacks it.
Human body parts sent to Canada schools
No details about whether police believe it is connected to Montreal suspect Luka Rocco Magnotta arrested in Germany.
Last Modified: 06 Jun 2012 00:46
Canadian police say suspicious packages delivered to two Vancouver schools appear to contain human remains.
There were no details about whether police believe the packages are connected to the Montreal killing of a Chinese student who was murdered and dismembered.
Alleged killer Luka Rocco Magnotta is to be extradited from Germany for the killing of Jun Lin.
"The first package containing what appeared to be a human hand was opened by a staff member" at a Vancouver elementary school, police said in a statement.
The second package "containing what appeared to be a human foot" was found by staff at another school a few hours later, they said, emphasising that there was so far "no indication of an identity" of the victim.
"The investigation will centre on identifying the victim and from where the packages were mailed. Investigators will liaise with any outside police agencies as required," Vancouver police said.
One of Lin's hands, a foot and his head are still missing.
Last week, body parts were mailed to the headquarters of the federal Liberal and Conservative parties.
Magnotta was well known to animal rights activists online, who accused him of killing kittens and using the carcasses in sexual acts.
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