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A Maryland Reader Says The "Maryland Man" Charged With Cannibalism Is Actually From Kenya
From Paul Mendez [Email him]
Diversity is our strength ... it's also cannibalism... Did you see this at VDare.com?
The Huffington Post | By Andy Campbell Posted: 05/31/2012 3:27 pm
Alexander Kinyua allegedly admitted to killing his roommate, then eating his heart and portions of his brain.
In yet another horrifying incident of human flesh-eating this week, a student in Maryland allegedly admitted to devouring his roommate's brain and heart.
Alexander Kinyua, a 21-year-old Morgan State University student, admitted to murdering his roommate Kujoe Bonsafo Agyei-Kodie, who was reported missing last Friday, cops told the Baltimore Sun. [More]
Guessing by the names that they are not African-Americans, but African-Africans. (I. E. recent immigrants.)
James Fulford writes: I see in the Associated Press (of course) that he was a "Maryland Man" but the story goes on to say that he was a "Kenya native." Authorities: Maryland man charged with murder says he ate heart, brain of victim - The , Washington Post ,May 31, 2012. A "native" is in some contexts a bad thing to call an African, but it's better, by AP standards, than saying an "immigrant" killed someone and ate his heart and brain.
I remember that there was an earlier incident this week, when a guy named Rudy Eugene chewed a guy's face off. "Wasn't that a white guy?" I said to myself. Turns out the answer is no:
Rudy Eugene is seen in an undated mug shot
(Credit: Miami-Dade County Medical Examiner)
(CBS) MIAMI, Fla. - The mother of Rudy Eugene, who attacked a homeless man in Miami and chewed his face before being shot and killed by a police officer, says her son was "a nice kid" who could have been subdued with a Taser rather than deadly gunfire, CBS Miami reports.
The mother, who asked CBS Miami not to reveal her name, said that wasn't her son who she saw on TV - the son who also had two baby brothers, and that "they used to go to church all the time together."
"He was a good kid," she said. "He gave me a nice card on Mother's Day. Everyone says he was a zombie. He was no zombie. That was my son."
On Saturday afternoon, the 31-year-old Eugene was killed by a police officer after a reported 18-minute attack on a homeless man, who police identified as 65-year-old Ronald Poppo. Video of the incident shows Eugene coming across Poppo on a sidewalk along Miami's MacArthur Causeway, stripping clothes off him and eventually chewing on his face.
Poppo was in critical condition at a Miami hospital. Police said he lost 75 percent of his face in the attack.
But Eugene's mother told CBS Miami that she never had problems with him, and it wasn't necessary for police to shoot him. [More]
There are times when relatives are right to say police have used excessive force, but this is not one of them.