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  • Can I please eat him?

    Just curious what you guys would do if you were called to the scene in this situation:

    In his murder trial in October in Leeds, England, chef Anthony Morley testified that the killing was in self-defense, but he did admit to carving, cooking and eating part of the body afterward. "At some point (the victim's) body had just become something I would deal with at work, a piece of meat. ... That's my daily task, preparing meat."

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    Offer him some fava beans and a nice chianti ?
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    • #3
      Originally posted by LA DEP View Post
      Offer him some fava beans and a nice chianti ?
      LOL

      I think someone needs to explain to this guy that this is not what they mean by "taking a bite out of crime"!

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      • #4
        No you can't eat him, that's theft. Eat your own flesh if your hungry.

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        • #5
          White wines are also making inroads with these meals

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          • #6
            Doesn't seem right...

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            • #7
              Introduce him to Armin Meiwes, the German cannibal.
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              • #8
                Thanks for all the replies. I know ethically this is wrong.

                But is there a law that makes eating someone illegal, and what are the possible charges here?

                The only one I can think of is... tempering with evidence and maybe disorderly conduct.
                Last edited by beetz12; 09-23-2009, 10:05 AM.

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                • #9
                  It would vary, state-to-state, IF they have a law on the books specifically prohibiting acts against human remains.
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                  • #10
                    He could be charged with "abuse of a corpse."

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                    • #11
                      I find it funny that he took the Self Defense defense and not the Insanity defense....I'd say when it comes to jury time, someone who cooks up and eats the dead guy would have been all over that.

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