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Student In Md. Cannibal Case Discussed Human Sacrifice

June 05, 2012  | 

Five months before a Morgan State University student was charged with dismembering a family friend and eating parts of his heart and brain, a school instructor flagged the 21-year-old's erratic behavior, describing him as "a Virginia Tech waiting to happen," reports the Baltimore Sun.

Alexander Kinyua allegedly chopped Kujoe Bonsafo Agyei-Kodie into pieces and ate parts of his heart and brain. Six days before, on May 19, Kinyua was arrested for reportedly partially blinding and fracturing the skull of a classmate with a baseball bat.

Kinyua was previously thrown out of the ROTC program for destroying property, and he was known to carry a machete and wear tribal-inspired face paint. He spoke about human sacrifice during a campus forum on hazing in January.


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[email protected] @ 6/8/2012 2:08 PM

So, he was arrested six days prior to killing & dismembering one guy for fracturing the skull of another person. Great system. Hope the victims family sues the shit out of the ass-wipe judge who let him walk on the assualt with intent charge. I guess money talks .

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