The Luka Magnotta court drama

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DirtyDiamonds

I'll swallow your soul!
I'm not sure.... I think he's sad and lost inside. That's how he sounded to me. I know people think he'll say whatever just so you'll think of him a certain way but I don't feel like this because of anything he said... it was just there and obvious but I really don't feel like he was trying.

It must have been the 1 Lunatic 1 Ice Pick video that was being shown when he collapsed. I read it was video evidence and other people in the courtroom were looking away. Maybe he wigged the fuck out that night and now it's really hitting him that he let his fucked up life get him to this place. I wish he could have gotten close to someone on the outside that would have made him feel like he was worth something and maybe none of this would have happened.
 

D.N.R.

Medication time
I'm not sure.... I think he's sad and lost inside. That's how he sounded to me. I know people think he'll say whatever just so you'll think of him a certain way but I don't feel like this because of anything he said... it was just there and obvious but I really don't feel like he was trying.

It must have been the 1 Lunatic 1 Ice Pick video that was being shown when he collapsed. I read it was video evidence and other people in the courtroom were looking away. Maybe he wigged the fuck out that night and now it's really hitting him that he let his fucked up life get him to this place. I wish he could have gotten close to someone on the outside that would have made him feel like he was worth something and maybe none of this would have happened.
The problem I have with that is he didn't just snap and kill that guy. He had been building up to it for a long time with killing the cats and posting the videos along with advertising the 1 Lunatic 1 Ice Pick video before he made it. He's freaking out now because he got caught so his tears are for himself. I tend to feel bad for anyone who is alone but my compassion only goes so far for someone like him. I think he was lonely because he has a personality disorder. You know quite a bit about how I grew up, I realize that people react differently to shit that happens to them but in the end it really comes down to the choices we make. I think that he craved attention so badly that he can't handle being locked up in isolation where he can't garner attention from the internet or other men.
 

DirtyDiamonds

I'll swallow your soul!
The problem I have with that is he didn't just snap and kill that guy. He had been building up to it for a long time with killing the cats and posting the videos along with advertising the 1 Lunatic 1 Ice Pick video before he made it. He's freaking out now because he got caught so his tears are for himself. I tend to feel bad for anyone who is alone but my compassion only goes so far for someone like him. I think he was lonely because he has a personality disorder. You know quite a bit about how I grew up, I realize that people react differently to shit that happens to them but in the end it really comes down to the choices we make. I think that he craved attention so badly that he can't handle being locked up in isolation where he can't garner attention from the internet or other men.
I think a lot of what he did was a cry for help. It was a cry for attention but he should have expected what kind of attention he got. I just feel like someone could have helped him before it went this far. Something about him just being this plastic vain monster doesn't seem right to me....
 

b2ux

Banned
look the worst this guys going to get for what he did is life with parole in 25 years
The maximum determinate sentence is a life sentence with a 25 year parole ineligibility period.
There are also options for an indeterminate sentence.
There is no death penalty in Canada.

not to bad for a gay porn star gone rouge ......
 
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Ivan Drago

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I am glad the enormity of what he did has sunk in, fuck him and his crocodile tears, he wanted fame now he has it for a little while whilst the family of the guy he murdered will live without their son and will live with the pain for life. I have no sympathy for that cockroach.
 
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Ivan Drago

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I think a lot of what he did was a cry for help. It was a cry for attention but he should have expected what kind of attention he got. I just feel like someone could have helped him before it went this far. Something about him just being this plastic vain monster doesn't seem right to me....
Yes he is just misunderstood right?
 

Hellwig

Banned
Short Bussed
This guy is a classic psychopath. The only tears he will ever cry or empathy he will ever have are for himself.
He's a fucking piece of shit, plain and simple. :rolleyes:
I don't hold strong opinions on the death penalty either way in most cases, but i'd be happy to pull the fucking switch myself for this cunt.

Fuck him. :FU:
 

DirtyDiamonds

I'll swallow your soul!
TORONTO -- Luka Magnotta, accused of killing and dismembering a Chinese student, was treated for paranoid schizophrenia, though his doctor said he didn't always take his medication.
A letter from Magnotta's psychiatrist was attached to the court file of his 2005 conviction for fraud in Toronto and offers a glimpse into the mind of the man now accused in the gruesome slaying and dismemberment of 33-year-old Jun Lin.
Magnotta, 30, then known by his birth name, Eric Newman, suffered from paranoid schizophrenia since at least 2000 and was hospitalized several times, Dr. Thuraisamy Sooriabalan wrote.

"The treatment consists of taking antipsychotic medications and attending (the) outpatient department for supportive psychotherapy and health education," wrote the doctor based at the Rouge Valley Health System's Centenary site in Toronto.
"Unfortunately Mr. Newman is not very regular in attending the outpatient department and as a result he misses his medications."
At the time of the letter, written in May 2005, Magnotta had not seen his psychiatrist since February, despite being told to return in a month for continuation of his medication, Sooriabalan wrote.
The psychiatrist assessed Magnotta's prognosis as "fair," as long as he took his medication. If he doesn't, he would be prone to a relapse of his symptoms, which include paranoia, auditory hallucinations and fear of the unknown, Sooriabalan wrote.
The letter was released Wednesday after several media outlets fought for it to be made public.
A Globe and Mail reporter had been trying to obtain the letter, a public document, since July, but was rebuffed in several attempts. Various media outlets then joined together to hire counsel to make arguments to a judge for the letter's release.
Magnotta's lawyer Luc Leclair tried to stop the letter from becoming public, but Ontario Court Judge Fergus O'Donnell ruled Tuesday afternoon that it should be released.
It does contain sensitive and personal medical information, O'Donnell said in his ruling, but any privacy interest was foregone when the letter was filed in open court.
"Without access to the letter, the public is not in a position to engage in a meaningful assessment or debate over the appropriateness of what happened to Mr. Newman in 2005 in what is supposed to be an open and transparent court process," O'Donnell wrote.
The letter was tendered in court after Magnotta pleaded guilty to four fraud-related charges in 2005. The judge read the letter before she imposed a nine-month conditional sentence. She said she could only order him to take his medication for the nine-month period, but hoped he would continue taking it after that.
"Sir, you have got a medical problem and you need to always take medication," Judge Lauren Marshall said, the transcript shows.
"If you do not, your life is going to get messed up."
Magnotta admitted to taking advantage of a young woman with a diminished mental capacity who he had met online. He admitted that he got her to apply for credit in her name at stores such as Sears and The Brick then used it to get various merchandise. The stores were out thousands of dollars. He also got a credit card in the woman's name.
A preliminary hearing for Magnotta is underway in Montreal, where he faces several criminal charges, including first-degree murder.

 
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