Tuesday, May 17, 2011

Man Caught Eating Friend's Liver

A trail of severed human body parts -- including limbs and a head -- led Russian police to a man's apartment this morning. When they swooped down on the apartment, they found Nikolai Shadrin eating part of his friend's liver with some potatoes. The remains belonged to 40-year-old Ilya Yegorov -- whom Nikolai killed on May 2.
Police found a stew made from a human liver in fridge of the suspect’s apartment in east Moscow. They believe the liver to be part of the same body as various dismembered body parts found scattered around Moscow in recent weeks. The decapitated head of a middle-aged man was found in the Moskva River in the west of the city on Wednesday. An arm - severed at the wrist - was pulled from water under a bridge in south Moscow’s Tsaritsino Park on May 2 and two feet were discovered floating nearby in the Moskva River on the same day. A hand and another arm were later discovered in the same area. Police believe the suspect killed his friend and tried to destroy the evidence by severing the body parts and hiding them around the city. “Detectives established the identity of the dead body by taking fingerprints,” police spokesman Alexei Savelyev said. “After that police tracked down the suspected offender through a circle of the deceased’s friends.” Police said last week they believed the victim was killed in mid-April. The suspect, whose identity was not disclosed, has a history of mental illness.
Meanwhile, in Slovakia, police said information from a computer that belonged to a suspected cannibal had led officers to a shallow grave containing the remains of two women. The bodies were cut into pieces. The 43-year-old suspect was critically wounded last week after a gunfight with officers during an undercover police operation to apprehend him. Police believe the man used the Internet to search for people who wanted to kill themselves and would agree to let him eat the body. A Swiss citizen initially agreed, but later changed his mind and informed the authorities.
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