Author Topic: Jun Lin - 33 - Murdered - May 2012 - Montreal, Quebec  (Read 66613 times)

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Re: Jun Lin - 33 - Murdered - May 2012 - Montreal, Quebec
« Reply #75 on: June 03, 2012, 09:08:05 AM »
Shared with the Fair Dealings Provisions of the Copyright Act:

http://news.nationalpost.com/2012/06/02/luka-rocco-magnotta-search-continues-amid-report-he-was-spotted-at-paris-bar/

Read the sidebar as well. No shocker that his stuff is carried on a racist forum and no shocker that folks believe he might be behind some of the posts about, you guessed it, himself.


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Re: Jun Lin - 33 - Murdered - May 2012 - Montreal, Quebec
« Reply #76 on: June 03, 2012, 09:11:07 AM »
Nish - the mailing of body parts is narcisstic and he is attention seeking... Zodiak.. BTK... there are numerous serial killers that were bold and some not caught at all.
I did not imply he dug himself a bunker... with the right provisions I could go a month without leaving my home. Remember his instructions on how to disappear... it takes 4 months of setting up and planning. In the 4 months he very well could have set up a safe haven.

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Re: Jun Lin - 33 - Murdered - May 2012 - Montreal, Quebec
« Reply #77 on: June 03, 2012, 09:19:45 AM »
Shared with the same caveats as above, a 'trending topics' page from the National Post containing different articles on the sicko:

http://news.nationalpost.com/tag/luka-rocco-magnotta/

It appears he can't even pass himself off as a porn 'actor' and that relatives believe he has delusions of grandeur (understatement of the week)

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Re: Jun Lin - 33 - Murdered - May 2012 - Montreal, Quebec
« Reply #78 on: June 03, 2012, 09:54:57 AM »
Nish - yes, by definition those are arrogant quantities, I mean that it is still fairly early in the "game" and while I have been studying serial killers for the last 15 years I am certain he has been doing the same. My interest in serial killers is a far cry off from his. I have no doubt that ego will get him caught. I do think it is far too soon for him to be bold enough to completely screw up. He wants his name known since he couldnt do it at porn (Like the above article says - who fails at that????) he tried to gain notoriaty off of Karla Homoka. I believe that he has studied some of the best (?? use that term loosely) serial killers and have learned their downfalls. His ego will get in the way - again, I have no doubts. I just dont believe it will be this soon.

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Re: Jun Lin - 33 - Murdered - May 2012 - Montreal, Quebec
« Reply #79 on: June 03, 2012, 10:30:46 AM »
Since you mention studying serial killers, I would liken Magnotta to a gay version of "The Dating Game Killer" Rodney Alcala http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dating_Game_Killer.  This guy is positively frightening and like Magnotta was very good looking in his younger years when he was killing numerous women and girls. He once appeared on the popular tv show "The Dating Game" just as Magnotta has appeared on television shows when he's had the chance. He won the competition based on his verbal charm but the woman declined to date him, finding him too creepy.

Magnotta is obsessed with photos of himself and Alcala was also into photography, but took reams of photos of women. We still don't know to this day what happened to some of the women in his photos and whether they might be some unknown victims. Alcala had the insane arrogance to represent himself in court so he could get even more time to showcase himself centre stage. Imagine the insanity of such a monster actually cross-examining the grieving mother of one of his child murder victims on the witness stand! Like Alclala, Magnotta's narcissistic arrogance will stop at nothing.

We can only hope that Magnotta will not get away with slipping between the cracks/moving/changing names the way Alcala did to kill and kill again.
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Re: Jun Lin - 33 - Murdered - May 2012 - Montreal, Quebec
« Reply #80 on: June 03, 2012, 11:28:11 AM »
This is a real laugh. Google  "fab boy: fab 260".  He hopes to train to be a police officer!

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Re: Jun Lin - 33 - Murdered - May 2012 - Montreal, Quebec
« Reply #81 on: June 03, 2012, 12:08:35 PM »
Nah, I don't need any more evidence proving that this guy is a goof who needed to do something completely unthinkable just to get attention.

Mommy likely fed him with a slingshot and he's bitter because he failed at being a porn star.

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Re: Jun Lin - 33 - Murdered - May 2012 - Montreal, Quebec
« Reply #82 on: June 03, 2012, 12:21:01 PM »
Ahh Nish - I like a well spoken debate as long as the name calling is reserved for the uh... aspiring serial killer. I take no offence to having opposing view points. Quite frankly its one of the reasons I like this site.

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Re: Jun Lin - 33 - Murdered - May 2012 - Montreal, Quebec
« Reply #83 on: June 03, 2012, 12:42:24 PM »

I agree that there is nothing wrong with opposing points of view. Most of us know how to voice our opinion respectfully, with the understanding that others are entitled to do the same.     

We also need to remember that we are not the only ones reading these posts. People from all walks of life and from all over the country read here.


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Re: Jun Lin - 33 - Murdered - May 2012 - Montreal, Quebec
« Reply #84 on: June 03, 2012, 01:11:12 PM »
I am a touch skeptical on the siting supposedly of him in Paris.  That may be wishful thinking of the behave of some who would like to be the country who captures him I am thinking.  Guess he is getting the publicity he was after now.  Wonder if he has access to see it where ever he is hiding?  I think that would be one thing if he made plans for disappearing that he would make sure of that he could access the news sites etc JMO

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Re: Jun Lin - 33 - Murdered - May 2012 - Montreal, Quebec
« Reply #85 on: June 03, 2012, 02:29:45 PM »
I am a touch skeptical on the siting supposedly of him in Paris.  That may be wishful thinking of the behave of some who would like to be the country who captures him I am thinking.  Guess he is getting the publicity he was after now.  Wonder if he has access to see it where ever he is hiding?  I think that would be one thing if he made plans for disappearing that he would make sure of that he could access the news sites etc JMO

I was thinking the same thing about the Paris sighting.  I have yet to see any concrete proof (CCTV, photos, etc.) that he is indeed in France, or was spotted on an airplane heading for France.  If you think about it, Americans were watching footage of the WTC hijackers boarding their flights just one day after the 9/11 disasters.  Additionally, this guy wrote blogs on how to disappear, and one thing that stands out is his advice of planting evidence to people indicating you are going one direction, then go in the exact opposite direction.

I'm not sure how much media coverage this case is getting in France, but I assume it would be a fairly big news story.  People often have the tendency to report sightings of any suspicious people that have a resemblance to the wanted man, even if it is just a coincidence.  I also think Luka would have a hard time blending into Paris, even if he is fluent in french, as the Quebec accent is noticeably different than the French accent.  Additionally, he would be unfamiliar with the country and the culture, so he would stand out to the average Parisian.

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Re: Jun Lin - 33 - Murdered - May 2012 - Montreal, Quebec
« Reply #86 on: June 03, 2012, 02:52:21 PM »
Here's your concrete proof Magnotta made it to France, Cowboy:

http://news.nationalpost.com/2012/06/03/luka-rocco-magnotta-france/

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Re: Jun Lin - 33 - Murdered - May 2012 - Montreal, Quebec
« Reply #87 on: June 03, 2012, 03:00:51 PM »
Sorry but I have to disagree even the police have not confirmed that is him.  Looking at the pic I am not sure that is him so to me this is not concrete proof but mearly a possibility being investigated by the police.  The pic is not all that good that he can be positively identified IMO

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Re: Jun Lin - 33 - Murdered - May 2012 - Montreal, Quebec
« Reply #88 on: June 03, 2012, 04:56:06 PM »
Re: Pic in National Post.  At first, I didn't think it could be him as that would be too simple.  Surely he wouldn't be that stupid to go without a better disguise. However, when I look at his arms and his hands, it very well may be him.
He has feminine sized hands and arms, and the way that he sweeps with them is very expressive and this is the is the first thing I noticed about him  in other pictures.  So it just may be him.
I wonder where he is getting his money from?  even to buy an airline ticket.  He served time in jail for fraud. Perhaps he using peoples credit/debit cards, etc.

In the past, to check into any hotel in France, you had to produce your passport, or some other officia ID,  so he may stay in a "room for rent" no questions asked type of place. 

If his face is plastered all over the airwaves in France, they will catch him.  Hopefully, he hasn't headed "out west" LOL

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Re: Jun Lin - 33 - Murdered - May 2012 - Montreal, Quebec
« Reply #89 on: June 03, 2012, 10:39:50 PM »
And of course he had to produce one of his many passports to board the plane as well and there would be a record of that in the system. Don't forget that the picture may not look that clear to us, but to someone viewing the original camera footage it was probably much clearer and allowed the police to confidently identify Magnotta.