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Originally posted by Anonymous404
reply to post by Ben81
MOST of the media outlets here report "IT WUZ DUH BAFF SAWTZ !!!!1!11"
Just saying that it probably wasn't. More likely some kind of underlying mental condition, that may have been spurned on by the meds in his stomach and maybe bath salts.
In the Miami cannibal case, the link between bath salts originated from a statement made by someone with no direct involvement with the case—the president of the Miami Fraternal Order of Police, Armando Aguilar—despite the fact that an autopsy and toxicology had yet to be performed on attacker Rudy Eugene.
Yet at its height, the mephedrone scare in the UK was still pretty lurid; according to some of the coverage, it was linked to overdose, patricide and at least one case of self scrotum tearing. Many of these stories would later be disproved (the scrotum story, unsurprisingly was revealed as a hoax) and the two deaths that started the whole media scare—that of Louis Wainwright, 18, and Nicholas Smith, 19—turned out to be totally unrelated to the use of the drug.