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An artists’ impression of Luka Magnotta is shown at the Montreal Courthouse in Montreal, Monday, September 8, 2014 - Mike McLaughlin / The Canadian Press

haha did luka turn mexican

    An artists’ impression of Luka Magnotta is shown at the Montreal Courthouse in Montreal, Monday, September 8, 2014 - Mike McLaughlin / The Canadian Press

    haha did luka turn mexican

     
  2. 
Luka Magnotta is taken by police from a Canadian military plane to a waiting van (2012)

Luka Rocco Magnotta’s trial began Monday, 8th of September 2014.

Magnotta’s lawyer is asking for “intelligent” and “open-minded people” people to serve as jurors his client’s first degree murder trial. Magnotta has been guaranteed that there will be impartial jurors - however, jury selection is proving difficult because of how high-profile the murder has been, as well as the amount of press release and Internet gossip that has been circulating as the days drew closer to the date. Very few Canadian citizens are unfamiliar with Magnotta, accused of murdering Chinese engineering student Jun Lin. Also asked of the jurors is that they be bilingual - only further limiting the amount of jurors available. 
Out of the 800 potential jurors, 400 who were invited, only 87 people did not ask to be exempted from this case. They are set to be returned to the courthouse in the next week for selection.
One elderly woman shuffled to the stand and simply told the judge she was 84 years old. The judge replied, “Enjoy life. You are exempt.”

    Luka Magnotta is taken by police from a Canadian military plane to a waiting van (2012)

    Luka Rocco Magnotta’s trial began Monday, 8th of September 2014.

    Magnotta’s lawyer is asking for “intelligent” and “open-minded people” people to serve as jurors his client’s first degree murder trial. Magnotta has been guaranteed that there will be impartial jurors - however, jury selection is proving difficult because of how high-profile the murder has been, as well as the amount of press release and Internet gossip that has been circulating as the days drew closer to the date. Very few Canadian citizens are unfamiliar with Magnotta, accused of murdering Chinese engineering student Jun Lin. Also asked of the jurors is that they be bilingual - only further limiting the amount of jurors available. 

    Out of the 800 potential jurors, 400 who were invited, only 87 people did not ask to be exempted from this case. They are set to be returned to the courthouse in the next week for selection.

    One elderly woman shuffled to the stand and simply told the judge she was 84 years old. The judge replied, “Enjoy life. You are exempt.

     
  3. Anonymous said: How come in the Luka magotta video at the beginning his boyfriend was moving around but wasn't trying to get out of the situation?

    When this video first came out, everyone claimed it was fake because of things like this. I found the fact that he wasn’t moving away instead of around weird too, but after rewatching it (which I don’t recommend) I think there’s probably a couple of plausible answers.

    1. Lin Jun was under the impression they were going to have sex. He’s blindfolded and he couldn’t have known any better, they possibly used ropes and enjoyed bondage and submission in their sex life.
    2. Lin Jun was drunk and/or drugged. He appears pretty slow moving and lethargic while tied up. 
    3. Lin Jun was scared. Some people freeze when they’re scared, while others thrash around and get a rush of adrenaline. 

    But who knows. Maybe more will come out about this case once it’s finished in court and Jun’s family (hopefully) get justice. 
    Luka seems to be very in love with himself (he created at least 70 fake accounts on social networking sites in order to spread rumors about himself) so no doubt he’ll jump at the chance for an interview. Although this is probably going to be more damaging to Jun’s family, it may shed some light on what happened, and why. 

     
  4. Moses Sithole is a South African serial killer who committed the “ABC Murders,” named because they began in Atteridgeville, continued in Boksburg and finishing in Cleveland, a suburb of Johannesburg.
In his early years, Sithole was abandoned by his mother and left with his siblings to live in an orphanage. As he reached his twenties, he began raping victims, claiming three women before one testified against him. He was sentenced to prison and later released.
His murders began shortly after his release. He killed a total of 38 women in which he raped and strangled with their own clothing between 1994 and 1995, before being caught. 
Sithole was sentenced to 50 years imprisonment for each of the 38 murders, 12 years for each of the 40 rapes, and 5 years for each of the six robberies. Since his sentences run consecutively, Sithole’s total sentence is one of 2,410 years, where he is not eligible for parole until 2927.
He receives treatment for HIV in prison, but his wife and child died of the disease because law abiding citizens do not automatically qualify for any sort of health care before the age of 65.

    Moses Sithole is a South African serial killer who committed the “ABC Murders,” named because they began in Atteridgeville, continued in Boksburg and finishing in Cleveland, a suburb of Johannesburg.

    In his early years, Sithole was abandoned by his mother and left with his siblings to live in an orphanage. As he reached his twenties, he began raping victims, claiming three women before one testified against him. He was sentenced to prison and later released.

    His murders began shortly after his release. He killed a total of 38 women in which he raped and strangled with their own clothing between 1994 and 1995, before being caught. 

    Sithole was sentenced to 50 years imprisonment for each of the 38 murders, 12 years for each of the 40 rapes, and 5 years for each of the six robberies. Since his sentences run consecutively, Sithole’s total sentence is one of 2,410 years, where he is not eligible for parole until 2927.

    He receives treatment for HIV in prison, but his wife and child died of the disease because law abiding citizens do not automatically qualify for any sort of health care before the age of 65.

     
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    jsok:

mvsochist:

huilena:

beer-pong-massacre2:

jack-my-ripper:

fri-gid:

Inside the closet of murderer Luka Magnotta

All the notes, how many actually know who Luka Magnotta is though.

^

i just googled him and all i can say is wtf

holy bananas


Ew

    jsok:

    mvsochist:

    huilena:

    beer-pong-massacre2:

    jack-my-ripper:

    fri-gid:

    Inside the closet of murderer Luka Magnotta

    All the notes, how many actually know who Luka Magnotta is though.

    ^

    i just googled him and all i can say is wtf

    holy bananas

    Ew

    (Source: str8boicore)

     
  6. Dennis Lynn Rader is an American serial killer who murdered 10 people in Sedgwick County, between 1974 and 1991.He was known as the BTK killer, which stands for ”Bind, torture and kill" and describes his modus operandi.He sent boastful letters describing the details of the killings to police and news outlets during the period of time in which the murders took place.After a long hiatus in the 1990s, he resumed sending letters in 2004, leading to his 2005 arrest and subsequent conviction.
 

    Dennis Lynn Rader is an American serial killer who murdered 10 people in Sedgwick Countybetween 1974 and 1991.

    He was known as the BTK killerwhich stands for ”Bindtorture and killand describes his modus operandi.

    He sent boastful letters describing the details of the killings to police and news outlets during the period of time in which the murders took place.

    After a long hiatus in the 1990she resumed sending letters in 2004leading to his 2005 arrest and subsequent conviction.

     

     
  7. Serhiy Tkach is a former Ukrainian police criminal investigator, originally from Russia, and a convicted serial killer who claimed to have killed 100 people between 1980 and 2005.
He suffocated girls aged between eight and 18 and performed sexual acts on their bodies after they were dead.
Although Tkach admitted his crimes and demanded the death penalty, after a one year trial, a tribunal in Dnipropetrovsk sentenced him to life for the rape and murder of 36 women over more than two decades.
Over the years of his murder spree, 9 people were wrongly jailed for the murders of which Tkach was found guilty. One of the men wrongly accused killing himself.

    Serhiy Tkach is a former Ukrainian police criminal investigator, originally from Russia, and a convicted serial killer who claimed to have killed 100 people between 1980 and 2005.

    He suffocated girls aged between eight and 18 and performed sexual acts on their bodies after they were dead.

    Although Tkach admitted his crimes and demanded the death penalty, after a one year trial, a tribunal in Dnipropetrovsk sentenced him to life for the rape and murder of 36 women over more than two decades.

    Over the years of his murder spree, 9 people were wrongly jailed for the murders of which Tkach was found guilty. One of the men wrongly accused killing himself.

     
  8. William George Bonin was an American serial killer who murdered at least 21 boys and young men between 1979 and 1980. He was suspected to had killed 15 more young men, and subsequently he was charged for 14 of them and sentenced to death. 
By his teenage years, he began molesting young boys after returning home from the orphanage his mother had sent him to. 
He frequently discarded the bodies of his victims next to freeways, which is why he is known as the Freeway Killer.
Bonin was executed 16 years after he had been arrested, on February 23, 1996. He was the first person to be executed by lethal injection in California. 
His last statement before he was executed was written on paper and given to the warden an hour before he was to be put to death. He expressed no remorse for his actions.
"I feel the death penalty is not an answer to the problems at hand. I feel it sends the wrong message to the people of this country. Young people act as they see other people acting instead of as people tell them to act. I would advise that when a person has a thought of doing anything serious against the law, that before they did, they should go to a quiet place and think about it seriously."

    William George Bonin was an American serial killer who murdered at least 21 boys and young men between 1979 and 1980. He was suspected to had killed 15 more young men, and subsequently he was charged for 14 of them and sentenced to death. 

    By his teenage years, he began molesting young boys after returning home from the orphanage his mother had sent him to. 

    He frequently discarded the bodies of his victims next to freeways, which is why he is known as the Freeway Killer.

    Bonin was executed 16 years after he had been arrested, on February 23, 1996. He was the first person to be executed by lethal injection in California. 

    His last statement before he was executed was written on paper and given to the warden an hour before he was to be put to death. He expressed no remorse for his actions.

    "I feel the death penalty is not an answer to the problems at hand. I feel it sends the wrong message to the people of this country. Young people act as they see other people acting instead of as people tell them to act. I would advise that when a person has a thought of doing anything serious against the law, that before they did, they should go to a quiet place and think about it seriously."

     
  9. Yang Xinhai (杨新海) was a Chinese serial killer who murdered 67 people between 1999 and 2003. He would enter his victims homes and kill all of the occupants, with axes, hammers and shovels. He sometimes killed entire families. He was a serial rapist. In late 2002, he killed a six-year-old girl and her father with a shovel and raped a pregnant woman who survived the attack. 
Yang was executed on February 14, 2004 by shooting.
“When I killed people I had a desire. This inspired me to kill more. I don’t care whether they deserve to live or not. It is none of my concern…I have no desire to be part of society. Society is not my concern.”

    Yang Xinhai (杨新海) was a Chinese serial killer who murdered 67 people between 1999 and 2003. He would enter his victims homes and kill all of the occupants, with axes, hammers and shovels. He sometimes killed entire families. He was a serial rapist. In late 2002, he killed a six-year-old girl and her father with a shovel and raped a pregnant woman who survived the attack. 

    Yang was executed on February 14, 2004 by shooting.

    When I killed people I had a desire. This inspired me to kill more. I don’t care whether they deserve to live or not. It is none of my concern…I have no desire to be part of society. Society is not my concern.

     
  10. In 1989, in her dining room, Louise Bundy wipes away a tear as she tells her son Ted: ‘You will always be my precious son.’ He was executed minutes later.

    In 1989, in her dining room, Louise Bundy wipes away a tear as she tells her son Ted: ‘You will always be my precious son.’ He was executed minutes later.