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He may have to re-write his article

by JP Bill / June 4, 2012 4:00 AM PDT
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Police capture Canadian fugitive Luka Rocco Magnotta in Berlin

MONTREAL - Luka Rocco Magnotta, Canada's most-wanted fugitive, was arrested in Berlin on Monday, less than a week after international police launched a worldwide manhunt for the alleged killer from Montreal.

A Berlin police spokesman told The Canadian Press that Magnotta was arrested at about 2 p.m. local time in or near an Internet cafe in the German capital. Montreal police later confirmed his capture.

Magnotta, 29, is facing five charges in Montreal, including first-degree murder, in the brutal slaying and dismemberment of Jun Lin, a Chinese national who was studying at Concordia University.

Magnotta has also been an avid author on the Internet.

One online article he wrote in 2009 was titled: "How to Completely Disappear and Never Be Found." It shares a six-step process for escaping and shedding one's identity.


On the lam for less than 2 weeks?....I guess 2 weeks can seem like forever under certain circumstances.
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by Tony Holmes / June 4, 2012 7:17 AM PDT

Let me inject my opinion of this "fine citizen" of the world.

The Germans should simply take this "fanook cannibal" out back and install a bullet into the back of his skull!!

No human being deserves what this piece of garbage did.

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I think a better punishment
by Diana Forum moderator / June 4, 2012 11:50 PM PDT

would be the rest of his life in a small cell with no human contact. Push his food tray through the slot. If he doesn't push the tray back, he doesn't get his next meal. If his toilet backs up, he gets to fix it.

Diana

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