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Luka Magnotta

12.08.2012 um 13:47
80 days ago by Robertta9892
Completely PSYCHOTIC !!!

The terms sociopath or psychopath often bring to mind images of sadistically violent individuals such as Ted Bundy or the fictional character of Dr. Hannibal "The Cannibal" Lecter in the book and movie The Silence of the Lambs. But I believe the defining characteristic traits of sociopaths actually cover a much broader spectrum of individuals than most of us would ever imagine. The sociopath is that truly self-absorbed individual with no conscience or feeling for others and for whom social rules have no meaning. I believe that most all of us know or have come in contact with sociopathic individuals without even knowing it. [Wendy Koenigsmann]

What is A Psychopath?

Psychopaths cannot be understood in terms of antisocial rearing or development. They are simply morally depraved individuals who represent the "monsters" in our society. They are unstoppable and untreatable predators whose violence is planned, purposeful and emotionless. The violence continues until it reaches a plateau at age 50 or so, then tapers off.

Their emotionlessness reflects a detached, fearless, and possibly dissociated state, revealing a low-state autonomic nervous system and lack of anxiety. It's difficult to say what motivates them - control and dominance possibly - since their life history will usually show no long-standing bonds with others nor much rhyme to their reason (other than the planning of violence).

They tend to operate with a grandiose demeanor, an attitude of entitlement, an insatiable appetite, and a tendency toward sadism. Fearlessness is probably the prototypical (core) characteristic (the low-fear hypothesis). It's helpful to think of them as high-speed vehicles with ineffective brakes.

Certain organic (brain) disorders and hormonal imbalances mimic the state of mind of a psychopath.

There are four (4) different subtypes of psychopaths. The oldest distinction was made by Cleckley back in 1941 between primary and secondary.

PRIMARY PSYCHOPATHS do not respond to punishment, apprehension, stress, or disapproval. They seem to be able to inhibit their antisocial impulses most of the time, not because of conscience, but because it suits their purpose at the time. Words do not seem to have the same meaning for them as they do for us. In fact, it's unclear if they even grasp the meaning of their own words, a condition that Cleckley called "semantic aphasia." They don't follow any life plan, and it seems as if they are incapable of experiencing any genuine emotion.

SECONDARY PSYCHOPATHS are risk-takers, but are also more likely to be stress-reactive, worriers, and guilt-prone. They expose themselves to more stress than the average person, but they are as vulnerable to stress as the average person. (This suggests that they are not "fully psychopathic." This may be due to distinctive genetic variations.)

They are daring, adventurous, unconventional people who began playing by their own rules early in life. They are strongly driven by a desire to escape or avoid pain, but are unable to resist temptation. As their anxiety increases toward some forbidden object, so does their attraction to it. They live their lives by the lure of temptation. Both primary and secondary psychopaths can be subdivided into:

DISTEMPERED PSYCHOPATHS are the kind that seem to fly into a rage or frenzy more easily and more often than other subtypes. Their frenzy will resemble an epileptic fit. They are also usually men with incredibly strong sex drives, capable of astonishing feats of sexual energy, and seemingly obsessed by sexual urges during a large part of their waking lives. Powerful cravings also seem to characterize them, as in drug addiction, kleptomania, pedophilia, any illicit or illegal indulgence. They like the endorphin "high" or "rush" off of excitement and risk-taking. The serial-rapist-murderer known as the Boston Strangler was such a psychopath.

CHARISMATIC PSYCHOPATHS are charming, attractive liars. They are usually gifted at some talent or another, and they use it to their advantage in manipulating others. They are usually fast-talkers, and possess an almost demonic ability to persuade others out of everything they own, even their lives. Leaders of religious sects or cults, for example, might be psychopaths if they lead their followers to their deaths. This subtype often comes to believe in their own fictions. They are irresistible.

Sociopaths have always existed in varying form and to various degrees. They have been known by various titles. They have been studied using various techniques, and through the years their ailment has been blamed on various causes. But one thing never varies: all sociopaths share three common characteristics. They are all very egocentric individuals with no empathy for others, and they are incapable of feeling remorse or guilt. [The Sociopath Rebecca Horton (April 1999)]

While the psychopath has likes and dislikes and fondness for the pleasures that human company can bring, analysis shows that he is completely egocentric, valuing others only for their enhancement of his own pleasure or status. While he gives no real love, he is quite capable of inspiring love of sometimes fanatical degree in others.

He is generally superficially charming and often makes a striking impression as possessed of the noblest of human qualities. He makes friends easily, and is very manipulative, using his ability with words to talk his way out of trouble. Many psychopaths love to be admired and bask in the adulation of others.

With the lack of love, there is also a lack of empathy. The psychopath is unable to feel sorry for others in unfortunate situations or put himself in another's place, whether or not they have been harmed by him.[Gordon Banks]

How Psychopaths View The World

Not only do they covet possessions and power, but they gain special pleasure in usurping and taking from others (a symbolic sibling, for example); what they can plagiarize, swindle, and extort are fruits far sweeter than those they can earn through honest labor.

And once having drained what they can from one source, they turn to another to exploit, bleed, and then cast aside; their pleasure in the misfortune of others is unquenchable. People are used as a means to an end; they are to be subordinated and demeaned so that the antisocial can vindicate themselves...

The causes of this sociopathic disorder have been narrowed to several factors through research. One of the primary causes of sociopathic behavior is believed to be neurological abnormalities mainly in the frontal lobe of the brain. This area is also related to fear conditioning. The abnormal anatomy or chemical activity within this area of the brain may be caused by abnormal growth (possibly genetic), brain disease, or injury. This theory has been supported by much research using positron emission tomography (PET) which visually shows the metabolic activity of neurons within the brain (Sabbatini, 1998).

The amygdalae, two small regions buried near the base of the brain, have long been known to affect aggression, sexuality and recklessness. Recently, they have also been shown to affect how people interpret the emotions of others. Subtle damage to the amygdalae may explain many of the characteristics of psychopaths - including the difficulty of getting through to them emotionally. It may be that they simply cannot "see" emotions in others. [Are You Married to a Psychopath?]

The psychopath is a manipulator, who knows exactly what makes us tick and knows how to manipulate and influence our feelings.

They have the talent to spot "kind, caring" women.

Mimicry is often used to convince others that the psychopath is a normal human being. He does this to create a false empathy with his victim. The psychopath will try to make you believe he has normal emotions by spinning some sad tale or professing profound, moving experiences; the truth is, most psychopaths go through life as in an incubator, touched by few and having no real compassion for others; but they will lie to convince you that they have normal emotions.

The pity factor is one reason why victims often fall for these "poor" people.

Lying is like breathing to the psychopath. When caught in a lie and challenged, they make up new lies, and don't care if they're found out. As Hare states,

"Lying, deceiving, and manipulation are natural talents for psychopaths...When caught in a lie or challenged with the truth, they are seldom perplexed or embarrassed -- they simply change their stories or attempt to rework the facts so that they appear to be consistent with the lie. The results are a series of contradictory statements and a thoroughly confused listener." [Hare].

Often, their behavior serves to confuse and repress their victims, or to influence anyone who might listen to the psychopath's side of the story.

Manipulation is the key to their conquests, and lying is one way they achieve this.




Seltsam wenn jemand genau weiß, was mit ihm los ist und das dann auch noch so genau beschreiben kann.


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Luka Magnotta

14.08.2012 um 17:29
Warum ist Schnuffispice plötzlich weg? Weiß jemand was? Sehr merkwürdig.


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Luka Magnotta

14.08.2012 um 18:24
aja, ist mir gar nicht aufgefallen...komisch


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Luka Magnotta

15.08.2012 um 16:45
hi leudde,

mich gibt es noch , bin nur zu Zeit selten online..

oh schnuffi ist wech :/ schade.


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Luka Magnotta

16.08.2012 um 09:35
@K.T
Kein Plan,habs auch grad bemerkt.

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Well Back:)


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Luka Magnotta

18.08.2012 um 09:55
Schaut euch das an!



Carmen George

A few details in here that didn’t make the English press. I translated it from the French.

Every Tuesday morning, at around 10am, Mike Nadeau takes out the trash. On May 29, he notices a beige suitcase with white marks on the sides. It’s been languishing under a tree at the corner of his building, where he deposits the garbage. Mike remembers having already seen it four days earlier. Scavengers did not want to take it. The case is resting on its wheels, upright and locked. But its outside pocket is closed by a simple zipper. Slowly, Mike opens it. A stench emanates. He did not have time to see what it contains; thousands of maggots escape from it. Mike calls a neighbor to help him: “There must be a dead dog in there”. “The two men break the padlock. The bag flies opens, flickers. Its content seems heavy. Mike and his neighbor approach in their noses. What they discover ices their blood with fear. A decaying human trunk, covered with dried blood. The neck was cut. The head is missing. No arms or legs.

Both men run to tell Eric Schorer, the building manager. The latter calls the police. The officers arrive three minutes later, close off the area and seize the video surveillance tapes from the building. Everything was filmed on the night of May 24 to 25. At 4pm, the police of the city of Montreal (SPVM) returns to the scene and shows a surveillance tape recording to the building manager: a slender figure, in the lobby of the building, is pulling a suitcase identical to the one containing the dismembered corpse. “Do you recognize this man?” asks the cop. Eric Schorer has no doubts. This is one of his new tenants. “A strange guy, but not unpleasant, with a weird name … Wait, I scanned his passport. I’ll find you a copy. “The hunt killer of Montreal is launched.

Luka Rocco Magnotta settled at 5720 Decarie Boulevard four months earlier, on the second floor of this shabby building, in a studio measuring 25 square meters, shaped like a sausage. The apartment has a small bathroom with a tub, to the right of the entrance, a kitchenette with cabinets that do not close properly. Its only window overlooks a balcony overlooking a noisy boulevard. In a closet, a note taped to the door: “If you don’t like the reflection, don’t look in the mirror. I don’t care.” Understand whatever you can of that quote.

“Rocco” as he calls himself, was a tenant who regularly paid his modest rent: $490 Canadian. The first few months, he paid in cash. He offered all the required guarantees: written references from former landlords, a bank account number. Before signing the lease, Eric did a casual background check on Google. He found many videos in which Rocco describes himself as a “male stripper”. A stripper and a homosexual. “He said he had a child, and he was about to become a caregiver for the elderly.” Eric smiles. Whatever. Most tenants of the building are social rejects, sometimes alcoholics. “Once a year or so I find a dead body in an apartment- someone who died of an overdose. “Rocco, he’s much better dressed than the average occupant. Since he moved in, and until the discovery of the bag, he did not bother anyone …



In 2006, he took the legal steps to change his name. Farewell Eric Newman, hello Luka Rocco Magnotta. Like Rocco Siffredi? Investigators wonder. Similarly, the name of Magnotta may have been chosen in reference to “mignotta” which means prostitute in Italian. At that time, the young man of 24 years is of a disturbing beauty. He decides to use his physique to make a name in porn and gay prostitution. He already has a criminal records: multiple convictions for theft, fraud and sexual assault on a woman. But he prefers men. Nathan, a young gay man of the same age, worked at Taboo, a bar with “go-go dancers” at the corner of rue Dorion, Montreal, at that time. They worked together. “He had that kind of dark beauty that attracted customers,” he says.

In 2007, another change of identity. Luka calls himself Jimmy. He gives an interview to a gay site where he boasts of his sexual performance (up to 9 times per day). He says he has ceased to be gogo dancer: “How horrible, I could not do that!” He claims to pursue a career as a much more high-end male escort. He hung out with rich men, powerful men, which made him see the world. “I love sex, travel and meeting new people. My life is great,” he quips, strapped in a fishnet pants that show his black underwear.

« He’s a mental case, a ticking time bomb” says one relative

At that time, it seems that all ties with his family are severed. Luka Rocco Magnotta is drifting. Despite his James Dean look, his appearance in a beauty pageant show, “Cover Guy” on a cable channel, is a disaster. “You are not muscular enough, my friend,” says the producer Larry Peloso. His dreams of stardom fade away. Nathan the “stripper”, who’s still hanging out with him, recalls: “He had very dark thoughts and conversations (after that). He did a lot of hard drugs, crystal. He had a fixed stare, worrisome. Almost that of a schizophrenic.”



Since his return to Montreal, Luka Rocco Magnotta hung out in the “Village”, the gay area of town. Eric Lacoursière is a night cook at Club Sandwich, a restaurant open 24 hours a day on St. Catherine Street. He remembers “Rocco”. “He’d come in with two friends of his age, at the stroke of 3 am. He would sit at the back of the room and order a “bouche-trou”, as they say here, a kind of burger that fills you up. Sometimes I’d serve him in his car too. A Jaguar. I still wonder how he could afford it.” Luka Rocco Magnotta knew how to sell his charms at full price, unless the car belonged to one of his customers.



http://www.parismatch.com/Actu-Match/Monde/Actu/Luka-Magnotta.-Le-diable-au-visage-d-ange-402135/


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Luka Magnotta

18.08.2012 um 09:59
Hier nochmal was zu dem unbearbeiteten Video 1 Lunatic 1 Ice Pick


This version is not only longer than the one that stayed up on Best Gore—a website that supports uploads of violent videos by site users, but this video version also contains audio, which will be analyzed and compared to the voice of Luka Magnotta.

The prosecutors in the case will call voice recording experts to the stand in the future, asking them to validate the theory that the suspect in the case was the person to speak on the video, which details the demise of Jun Lin—piece by piece.

Fortunately, those who now desire to watch the lengthier video allegedly uploaded by the “Canadian Psycho” will not have access to this other version.

Radell Smith on the surfacing of the unedited “1 Lunatic 1 Icepick” video


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Luka Magnotta

18.08.2012 um 10:36
@jana36
ja ich kuck ja noch rein, sofern ih das immer so schaffe :) danke

@KirkTrammel

hab deine PN bekommen :D antworte hier schnell... danke und ja wenn von Luka was neues kommt werde ich sicher wieder ordendlich mitmischen :D


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Luka Magnotta

18.08.2012 um 12:35
Naja und osviel neues gibts ja nun auch wieder nicht,das man sich hier Stundenlang aufhalten muss.Dir sei vergeben @Toda:)


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Luka Magnotta

28.08.2012 um 12:48
Ich kann den Typen nicht leiden!


Ein Wiedersehen mit dem Berliner Opfer des Kanada-Kannibalen

http://www.vice.com/de/read/news-das-berliner-opfer-des-kanada-kanibalen


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Luka Magnotta

28.08.2012 um 16:19
@TheDevilInside

Warum kannst du den Typen nicht leiden?


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Luka Magnotta

28.08.2012 um 17:52
@KirkTrammel

Wenn ich an seiner Stelle gewesen wäre, hätte ich meine Fresse nicht in jede Kamera gehalten. Ich empfinde diesen Kerl als Medien - & Geldgeil. Schon alleine, daß er versucht hat den Stuhl, auf dem Luka saß zu verscherbeln!

Abgesehen davon hätte ich gar nicht erst die Bullen gerufen.


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Luka Magnotta

29.08.2012 um 07:18
@TheDevilInside
da hast du Recht, Geldgeil ist der bestimmt, hätte auch nicht die Bullen gerufen, ich hätte eher Kontakt mit ihm aufgenommen, wär doch viel interesannter gewesen !!


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Luka Magnotta

29.08.2012 um 09:40
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Du bist doch noch viel Geldgeiler!!!


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Luka Magnotta

29.08.2012 um 10:59
lool


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Luka Magnotta

29.08.2012 um 12:11
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hä warum ??


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29.08.2012 um 12:34


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Luka Magnotta

29.08.2012 um 12:36
@KirkTrammel
warum schreibst du mich nicht privat an, was hat das mit Geldgeilheit zu tun?
und das gehört nicht zum Thema Luka oder?


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Luka Magnotta

29.08.2012 um 12:38
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Klar hat das damit was zu tun, weil du so einer bist der lieber mit dem Kontakt aufnehmen würdest statt bei einem Killer die Polizeit zu rufen. Sowas ist hochgradig Geistesgestört, sorry!


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Luka Magnotta

29.08.2012 um 12:39
aber was hat das mit meiner Frau und so zu tun?

hast es gelesen was ich dir geschrieben hab?


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