h/t National Post
This POS is the primary suspect and is wanted for mailing body parts to the Conservative Party and various other locations. Recovered body parts include a bloodied torso, foot and hand.
Here is his Facebook Page; http://www.facebook.com/pages/Luka-Magnotta/91549100801
He’s had quite the history. There is a video he posted online of him killing a kitten. I really hope some divine power tortures this POS for the rest of his miserable life.
Anyone with information on his whereabouts, please contact the authorities.
Police have identified a suspect wanted in connection with the discovery of a man’s torso stuffed in a suitcase in Montreal — whose hand and foot were mailed to Ottawa — as Luka Rocco Magnotta.
Montreal police said they aren’t ruling out other body parts being sent in the mail, and wouldn’t comment on whether other body parts had already been found.
Mr. Magnotta, 29, uses the pseudonyms Eric Clinton Newman and Vladmir Romanov and is wanted on a Canada-wide warrant.
He’s white, weighs 61 kilograms, and has black hair and blue eyes.
A man by the same name is a notorious gay porn star, featured on a number of lurid Internet sites.
A janitor discovered the torso, which belongs to a man, in Montreal on Tuesday at about 10 a.m. in the city’s Snowdon neighbourhood and quickly called police.
A Conservative staffer in Ottawa called authorities at about 11:30 a.m. to report the arrival of a suspicious, blood-stained package at the party’s headquarters, just blocks away from Parliament Hill.
After police confirmed there was a severed foot inside, they announced another body part — a hand, this time — had been found inside a package at the Ottawa Postal Terminal.
A low-income apartment complex in Montreal has become the epicentre of an investigation into the shocking case.
Police in masks have been combing through an apartment in the mid-rise brick building, zeroing in on one particular unit from which a rotten stench is drifting out, says a building resident.
The neighbour says police are showing people pictures of one man, while also asking questions about the unit’s resident and about his possible connections.
Police said earlier in the day the suspect and victim knew each other, and that the case wasn’t the result of organized crime.