Could cannibal killer Luka Magnotta get COVID-19 released?


A published report says that cannibal killer Luka Magnotta could be released from prison due to an epidemic of COVID-19.

According to Daily Mail, the star of the Netflix real crime documentary Do not F ** k with cats, is detained in Port-Cartier prison upstream from Quebec.

Magnotta, 37, was convicted of first degree murder for the murder of Jun Lin. He is serving a life sentence.

The newspaper reports that at least 10 detainees have been infected with the virus that has ravaged the world. Sixteen guards were also reported to have tested positive.

The killer found new fame with the release of Do not F ** k with cats. He had already told a friend in letters obtained by Toronto Sun that the prison was like a university campus.

His former girlfriend, Barbie Swallows, told Mail she hopes the virus follows him.

“He knows the difference between good and evil; he deliberately murdered an innocent victim and these adorable little kittens, ”said Swallows. “I hope the coronavirus finds him in prison, he has no remorse for what he has done and only cares about himself. “

Magnotta was a unique escort and amateur porn star when he murdered Lin in 2012. He then sent the body parts to schools and politicians.

He has always claimed to have been charged with the murder.

But the pandemic could provide an opening for the twisted cannibal. Canada’s prisons are crowded and cannot meet the criteria for physical distance. Releasing minor scammers has become a priority.

The union of correctional officers said that the release of the prisoners would not limit the spread of COVID-19 in prisons.

Sure Inmates Connect – a dating and friendship site, on the other hand – Magnotta announced that he was looking for love.

He wrote, “If you think you could be my prince charming, send me a detailed letter with at least two photos. Only those with whom I am deeply compatible will receive an answer. “


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