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Cannibal killed, ate farmer before using his blood, ashes to create piece of art

DECCAN CHRONICLE
Published Apr 7, 2018, 3:41 pm IST
Updated Apr 7, 2018, 3:48 pm IST
Records say deceased hired cannibal to kill victim, eat part of body and make paintings with his blood and ashes.
The alleged murderer claims the unnamed farm owner had hired him to carry out a bizarre funeral service. (Representational Image)
 The alleged murderer claims the unnamed farm owner had hired him to carry out a bizarre funeral service. (Representational Image)

In a shocking revelation, a man has confessed to killing a farm owner and eating parts of his body, before using the victim’s blood to create "pieces of art".

Locals have dubbed Luis Alfredo Gonzalez Hernandez “the cannibalistic artist” after his horrendous crime was made public in the Barlovento region of Venezuela.

 

The man was arrested by agents from Scientific, Penal, and Criminal Investigative Body (CICPC).

A photograph of the suspect, which has been shared widely online, shows him with dark wild hair and looking directly into the camera.

According to Douglas Rico, director of the CICPC, Hernandez confessed to the shocking crime.

He went on to add that after his arrest and through interrogation he admitted his guilt in the incident, stating he had quartered and eaten a large part of the human.

The alleged murderer claims the unnamed farm owner had hired him to carry out a bizarre funeral service.

 

According to records say that the deceased had hired him for a funeral service, which consisted of killing him (the victim), eating part of the body and making paintings on canvas with his blood and ashes.

A number of art pieces were found at the scene of the crime.

Forensic officers are now testing to check if they too were made using human remains.

Investigators also found documents belonging to other people at the crime scene and are currently checking if any of those named have been reported missing.

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