Has the human race become demonic?
Since the Florida freak show, other disturbing events have occurred, including a Maryland student eating his roommate’s heart and brain, a New Jersey man throwing his intestines at police and, here in Atlanta, a potential uptick in rich folks getting drunk and golfing naked.
In Maryland, Morgan State University student Alexander Kinyua, 21, admits to killing and eating his roommate after his brother found a head and hands in the family laundry room. CBS News reports the body is that of 37-year-old Kujoe Agyei-Kodie, a family friend who was living at the house. Both men attended Morgan State.
No motive has been determined, but recently Kinyua had been behaving “out of the ordinary.” He had been kicked out of ROTC and attacked a student with a bat. His parents were holding a church fundraiser to pay for an attorney to represent their son in the bat attack when the killing occurred.
In New Jersey, police were called to the home of a man seen cutting himself with a knife.
Fox News says Wayne Carter, 42, refused to drop the weapon when police arrived and began stabbing himself in the abdomen and neck. Officers retreated when Carter “began throwing pieces of skin and intestines at the officers.”
A SWAT team was called in to subdue the man, who was rushed to a hospital for surgery.
In Canada, government-paid journalists are saying a porn actor is sought in the murder of Lin Jun, a 33-year-old Chinese citizen studying in Montreal.
Police there believe suspect Luka Rocco Magnotta killed Lin, a man he had a relationship with, made a video of the act, and mailed body parts to Canadian politicians. Magnotta flew out of Montreal’s Trudeau airport and is thought to be in France.
If you’re reading this anywhere in Europe, I advise NOT hanging out with porn stars altogether until you get back to North America.
In Atlanta, my colleague reports a member of the Piedmont Drinking Driving Club elected to play the 14th hole completely nude. “I have not researched it, but I suspect this is a crime in Georgia,” wrote one club member.
Either the End Is Nigh or carrying pocket computers around has everyone a bit too tuned into sensational news.
Clearly, I support the latter.