Morgan State University Student Kills Man, Eats Brain and Heart
Another black male goes cannibalistic
As the world still looks and reads in horror about the Miami Zombie story, Baltimore now has one of their own.
Morgan State University student Alexander Kinyua, 21, has been charged with first-degree murder after admitting to killing a man and then eating parts of his brain and heart.
Kinyua shared a home with the victim, 37-year-old Kujoe Bonsafo Agyei-Kodie.
Police were tipped off when Kinyua's brother, Jarrod, claimed to have found human remains in the basement of the home. Initially, the killer denied those claims and said they were from an animal. In the police's first look, they couldn't find or smell anything, but did declare, Agyei-Kodie missing.
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The brother then later found a human head and hands in the laundry home of the house. When he told his father to come look, he said Alexander had moved the body parts and washed out the metal tins he had them in.
At that point, they called police who executed a search and seizure and found the body parts on the main floor of the home. Police reports say it was then and there that Alexander admitted to cutting the victim with a knife and then ingesting the heart and parts of his brain.
The rest of the remains were found behind a nearby dumpster.
Prior to this Kinyua has a reputation for being very involved in the community, but still being a little "off," often preaching in public and having outbursts at events. Investigators found multiple posting on his Facebook warning of the "destruction of the black family" and "HBCU Mass Human Sacrifices."