[Detailed & Graphic] Who is Lucca Rocco Magnotta?
With an impending investigation and a warrant out for his arrest, Luca Rocco Magnotta is now the most wanted citizen in present day Canada. Magnotta, a low-budget porn star is probably best known for being an animal killer ‘via Youtube’ after he attracted attention back in 2009 for his numerous hateful videos towards felines.
In present day, Magnotta refers to himself as a ‘model’ and has a website which is purportedly ran by his management and himself. The website features several disturbing images of Magnotta which actually paints a sort-of-killer picture as most of the images found are slightly borderline well-just disturbing.
According to police, Magnotta once dated notorious and noted serial killer Karla H (also a documented sex-killer). For years, Magnotta has vehemently denied such rumor — but authorities were able to confirm with such evidence and an extremely disturbing ‘Ice Pick’ video that we refuse to show here.
When Daily News reporters Tyler Tvette Aarons & Harrison Hill visited the apartment of Rocco Magnotta (with a police escort) the apartment itself appeared to be blood-stained as the did the bed, and it smelt according to our team ‘absolutely horrific’.
The Ice Pick video
very graphic description of the video lies below. You have been warned, please leave the page now if you are to young to read material like this.
In the video, which is purported to ‘star’ Magnotta himself, Magnotta is seen stabbing a man several times in the torso before dismembering his body all together, sexually assaulting him and then removing him from his apartment and forgetting to clean up the evidence.
The video originally found on best****.com (domain name hidden) has been circulating for some time now which is where Daily News initially had found it before the website removed it.
Canadian authorities are in possession of this tape.
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