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JOPPATOWNE, Md. (WJZ)— A chilling story unfolds in Harford County
where family members find the chopped up body parts of a missing man.
And now, the suspect admits to committing acts of cannibalism on that
body.

Both the suspect and the victim were students at Morgan State University. But it was inside a Joppatowne home they shared where police say an unimaginable crime occurred.Behind the door of a townhouse on Terrapin Terrace in Joppatowne, a house of horrors. It’s here police say 21-year-old Alexander Kinyua confessed to eating the heart and parts of the brain of a missing man.

Police say Kinyua’s brother went down to the laundry room of the house and saw a blanket on a box. He pulled off the blanket and saw two metal tins. Police say he opened them and saw a head and two hands. When Kinyua’s brother confronted him about this, police say Kinyu


Added: Jun-1-2012 Occurred On: Jun-1-2012
By: stirgy
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Tags: Maryland, cannabilism, brain-eatin', Heart-noshin', zombie crime, om, nom, nom
Location: Joppatowne, Maryland, United States (load item map)
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