Cannibals on the loose: Miami is home to two zombie apocalypse “Bath Salt” users

Accused Facebook Post Messages About Mass Human Sacrifices

By DiMarkco Chandler

Alexander Kinyua, 21, and a student majoring in electrical engineering at Morgan State University has been arrested and charged with first degree murder in connection with the death and dismemberment of 37-year-old Nigerian national Kujoe Bonsafo Agyei-Kodie.

Kinyua’s father had reported Agyei-Kodie missing last Friday, according to reports from CBS Baltimore. Police say that Kinyua’s brother reportedly found the human remains of a head and two hands in a metal tin underneath a blanket in the laundry room located in the Kinyua home. The 37-year-old victim had been the guest of the Kinyuas for the past six months. Following this discovery, Kinyua’s brother (Jarrod) notified his father (Antony) about the body parts he found. When Kinyua’s family confronted him about the discovery, he told them that they were animal remains.

Antony called police late Tuesday night after Jarrod’s remains were found.

Baltimore police searched the house and arrested Kinyua. It is reported that he told police that after he had killed Agyei-Kodie, he cut up the body with a knife and dismembered it. He also told police that he ate parts of Agyei-Kodie’s brain and all of the victim’s heart and then dumped the rest of the remains in a dumpster behind a church in Joppatowne.

The incident comes in a week where a Canadian porn actor is reported to have sent body parts of hias victims to at least two different political parties and a Miami man was killed for eating a man’s flesh off of his face.

The Baltimore Sun reports that Kinyua’s classmates say that the accused had become increasingly troubled in recent months. He also made “threatening online posts, including recent Facebook messages about ‘mass human sacrifices.’”

It’s been a strange week for cannibals, zombie apocalypse and violence unimaginable.

Since I reported this story several other outbreaks of cannibalism have occurred, these apparently rooted in Bath Salts. If your reading this contribution please feel free to look at some of the other’s on this site.

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