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Eugene, 31, was positively identified as the man who went on a crazed rampage Saturday on the MacArthur Causeway. Witnesses said a naked Eugene mauled another nude man’s face and was stopped after several blasts from a Miami police officer’s gun. His faceless victim, who police sources identified as 65-year-old Ronald Poppo, is hanging on to his life at Jackson Memorial Hospital’s Ryder Trauma Center. The story of the flesh-eating beast in Miami quickly went viral, as such news-of-the-weird tends to do. But those who knew Eugene say they were stunned to learn of Eugene’s involvement, because the description of the enraged cannibal gunned down in broad daylight bears no resemblance to the person they knew.
Security Guard Christian Alvarez, 36, patrols the Herald lots for U.S. Security Associates. On Saturday, he was on golf-cart patrol at the east end of the visitor parking lot when he says he heard four or five gunshots.
Alvarez heard the victim moaning and saw him trying to sit up. The dead man appeared to have three or four gunshot wounds to his back, he said.
Alvarez said that the way rescue personnel handled the injured man bothered him.
“They grabbed him by the leg and pulled him to the stretcher, like garbage,” he said. “I didn’t like that.’’
Photos taken at the scene showed Poppo, who is believed to be homeless, was left with gruesome injuries. He has a record of at least 24 arrests going back to 1978, mostly for drinking in public and trespassing, but also a handful of felony arrests for burglary, assault and resisting arrest. The record suggests that he’s been on the streets a long time: He was arrested for sleeping in public in 1983.
Originally posted by GodIsPissed
But back on topic!Why does it have to be drugs or a mental disorder?How do we know that it isn't possession?
The incident that prompted this tweet was a shelf collapse at the Institute of Genomic Biology Monday evening. After someone there was splashed with chemicals and flammable solvents unintentionally mixed together, firefighters cordoned off the building to clean up the materials. ("Without knowing the circumference of this hazmat release, we sent the whole kit and caboodle," said university police lieutenant Todd Short.) Even the ensuing campus alerts managed to be vague and creepily formal. ("The hazardous materials release at the Institute of Genomic Biology has been mitigated and is no longer a threat.") That's the kind of purple prose you'd expect from the Raccoon University Twitter account.
Originally posted by Dolamite
Originally posted by Mickles
reply to post by Ben81
oh my god!!!! that is like something out of a horror movie, how is this guy still alive??
Originally posted by CALGARIAN
I got the actual pictures of the mans face... upclose and HD.
Sorry. I wont post link on ATS