Maryland Zombie Cannibal Alex Kinyua “A Virginia Tech Waiting To Happen,” Says Instructor
A former instructor of Maryland cannibal Alex Kinyua pronounced him a Virginia Tech in waiting after witnessing some of his previous violent behavior. Va Tech endured a shooting massacre in 2007. It's already been reported cannibal Kinyua ranted on Facebook. Presumably, that was unrelated to Facebook's recent ipo.
BALTIMORE (AP) — A Maryland college student accused of killing a housemate and eating his heart and part of his brain was kicked out of a ROTC program after he punched holes in the walls of the cadet computer lab and a military instructor referred to him as a "Virginia Tech waiting to happen," according to a campus police report months before the attack.
Alex Kinyua, 21, a native of Kenya and a student at Morgan State University, admitted using a knife to kill and carve up 37-year-old Kujoe Bonsafo Agyei-Kodie before eating his organs, the Harford County Sheriff's Office said last week. The older man, a native of Ghana, had been staying with the Kinyua family for about six weeks at their townhouse in the Baltimore suburb of Joppatowne. Investigators haven't given a possible motive.
His attack, combined with one in Miami, when the so called Miami Cannibal, Rudy Eugene, chewed the face off runaway dad, Ronald Poppo, gave rise to a zombie meme still making its way through news cycles and around the web. Grisly photos emerged after the attack in Miami. In that case, a girlfriend thought it may have been the result of voodoo.
It's unclear how the current outbreak of zombie cannibalism may conflict with Mayor Bloomberg's efforts to use legislation to check America's dietary transgressions.