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Naked Man Eating Victim’s Face Shot And Killed By Miami Police

rudy eugene

(Photo: Miami Police)
Rudy Eugene was identified as the man-eating, face-chewing naked homeless man shot dead by officers Sunday on a downtown highway ramp in Miami, as witnesses emerged to describe the gruesome scene. The 31-year-old was found in a zombie-like state of cannibal bliss, eating the face and neck of another naked man and growling at police officers as they tried to subdue him. (Image Credit: Miami Police)

A crime scene photo has also been leaked. Warning: Extremely graphic and horrifying. Click to view.

One man was shot to death by Miami police, and another man is fighting for his life after he was attacked, and his face allegedly half eaten, by a naked man on the MacArthur Causeway off ramp in Miami. Warning: Some images are disturbing.

There, according to the Herald, the officer observed a naked man eating another man’s face:

The officer…approached and saw that the naked man was actually chewing the other man’s head, according to witnesses. The officer ordered the naked man to back away, and when he continued the assault, the officer shot him.

The attacker continued to eat the man, despite being shot, forcing the officer to continue firing. Witnesses said they heard at least a half dozen shots.

“The guy just stood his head up […] with a piece of flesh in his mouth, and growled.”

I was really hoping this was just one of those “Buzz” marketing campaign for The Walking Dead on AMC.

360-degree panoramic images of NYC crime scenes

360-degree panoramic images of NYC crime scenes

Undercover narcotics officers chased a 15-year-old suspected of having a firearm into a building courtyard. After firing at him, police learned that the suspect was holding a pellet gun covered with black tape, not a real gun. The boy was hospitalized and was later charged in family court. The investigation is closed.

In 2009, the NYPD started using a camera called the Panoscan to capture high-resolution, 360-degree panoramic images of crime scenes. This new view is much better than photo snapshots or handheld video camera recordings because it captures everything surrounding the crime scene (even above in the sky). This allows investigators to point and click over evidence from a scene that they might have missed in the hectic hours after the crime.

Click here to view some of the real crime scenes in all of their gore and rawness. Humanity can be ugly.
(via Kottke)