Body Parts Arriving In The Mail At Canadian Schools, Possibly Linked To Deranged Porn Actor Luka Rocco Magnotta

Two canadian schools have discovered packages containing a human hand and human foot in what could be the latest twist in the bizarre case of a former porn actor dismembering and eating pieces of his lover.

Luka Rocco Magnotta, age 29, is the suspect in one of the most unreal cases in recent history. Fleeing his country for being accused of dismembering and eating his former lover, Magnotta was recently located and arrested at a cafe in Berlin after a worldwide manhunt for the crazed killer.

After pieces of Chinese student Jun Lin were discovered when they were mailed to top Canadian political parties, there were suspicions that there were more body parts to be found in the postal system.

Though unconfirmed, it seems that more pieces of Lin are beginning to arrive at various locations.

False Creek Elementary School in Vancouver received a package shortly after 1 pm that appeared to be a human hand according to Deputy Police Chief Warren Lemcke. Later that afternoon, St. George’s school for boys also received a package that contained a human foot.

“There is no indication any student or staff has been targeted at any school,” Lemcke said. “This must have been a very traumatic incident for all involved in the schools involved in opening the packages and the Vancouver Police Department will assist any way we can with our victims services section.”

Larissa Warrington, the head of the False Creek elementary parent advisory council, said you could certainly tell there something going on at the school when she arrived to pick up her three children.

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“I came to pick up my children as I usually do and was told there was a suspicious package at the school,” Warrington said.

“It is disturbing. It’s awful. Why would anybody do that? It’s very unsettling, as you can imagine, having children at this school.”

At St. George’s, Grade 7 student Devon Mussio said his mother told him the news, reports the Seattle Times.

“I thought she was lying and I was like, `Whoa, that’s disturbing,'” said Mussio, who was standing outside the school with his mother, Penny. “This guy’s, like, a creep.”