Canadian Psycho Video
Canadian Psycho Video, A macabre profile of a Canadian p**n actor suspected of filming the dismemberment of a Chinese student and mailing his body parts emerged from his acquaintances and hundreds of websites Friday.
Lin Jun had been “in a relationship” with the suspect, Luka Rocco Magnotta, 29, according to Montreal police commander Ian Lafreniere. Police say Magnotta fled to Europe on May 26 after the murder
Lin, 32, was studying at Montreal’s Concordia University. He was last seen on May 24 and was reported missing five days later.
A global manhunt was launched for Magnotta after a human foot was sent to the headquarters of Canada’s ruling Conservative Party on Tuesday. A hand was later found in the mail at an Ottawa post office, and a torso was discovered in a suitcase in a pile of garbage in Montreal.
While Magnotta’s whereabouts were still unknown, he has left a long trail of biographical information online.
Several websites claim that Magnotta once lived in Los Angeles with American g*y p**n star Timothy Boham (also known as Marcus Allen), who was convicted in 2009 of the 2006 murder of a Colorado businessman.
The suspect has been dubbed “Canadian Psycho” because a video circulating online and believed to be linked to him shows a man stabbing another man with an ice pick and dismembering him while a song from the film “American Psycho” plays in the background.
The US white supremacist website Stormfront, run by former Ku Klux Klan leader Don Black, hailed him for supporting a freeze on immigration to North America.
It quoted Magnotta as lamenting that “blacks get their own countries, Chinese get their own countries… however, if white people want their own countries, then we are denied that right.”
Others described Magnotta as a washed-up p**n star and hustler, who allegedly posted videos online of himself torturing kittens to drum up notoriety.
A reporter from The Sun newspaper of London described meeting with Magnotta six months ago when he was looking into a video posted online of a kitten being fed to a snake. Magnotta was accused of uploading the video. (AFP)