Severed Foot Sent to CPC HQ Contained Note Warning of More Killings

Julian Wolfe
May 31st, 2012


Now subject for a world-wide manhunt, prime suspect for the severed body pieces sent to the Conservatives and Liberals, Luka Rocco Magnotta allegedly left a note in the severed foot warning of more killings to come.

The suspect also takes the names Eric Clinton Newman and Vladimir Romanov and is known online as a porn star and cat murderer.

A video of the dismembering has been uploaded to a site that is known for gory videos and images. The description of the video on the site says it depicts two naked men, one stabbing the other with an ice pick. The murderer then dismembers the body and performs sexual acts on its parts. The description also suggests that the murderer also cannibalizes the corpse.

Montreal Police Commander Ian Lafreniere confirmed that the torso found stuffed in a suitcase in Montreal was linked to the body parts that were being distributed via mail. He said that the white male’s identity has yet to be confirmed.

“For most of the officers that have been there all night long, this is the kind of crime scene they’ve never seen in their life, in their career,” Lafreniere said. “So yes I can consider that a horrible crime.”

Police believe that Magnotta left the country and is enroute for Europe. Meanwhile the world is on the hunt for a man who is believed to be able to strike again.

Once caught and if actually guilty, Magnotta deserves life in prison with no chance of parole and any judgment that is less than that would be deemed injustice, not only to the victim that was found stuffed in a suitcase, but to a country that has been left in a state of horror and shock.

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