Wednesday, 14 December 2016

German cannibal Who Killed Victims He Met Online Convicted

AGerman cannibal killer pictured above naked and holding an axe,stands in his sandals and socks in the basement where he murdered and chopped up a willing victim he had met online.

Police say Detlev Guenzel killed and then partially ate Polish-born businessman Wojciech Stempniewicz in his cellar in the mountains near Dresden in eastern Germany. A picture of Detlev, a police forensic specialist, shows him standing next to a skeleton and holding an axe wearing nothing but socks and sandals.

Detectives say he spent five hours cutting up his victim's body in the cellar of the house which was a cheap holiday pension for hikers. The victim's penis and one testicle were never found, but the rest of the dismembered corpse was discovered in flowerbeds in the garden.

In November 2013 Stempniewicz, who ran a trucking logistics business in Hanover, met up with Guenzel on the internet - his killer who went by the name of 'Caligula.'

Guenzel collected Stempniewicz, 59, from Dresden's bus station on November 4 that year and drove him to the cheap B&B he ran with a gay man in the Erzgebirge Mountains.

Once inside, he took him to the cellar and - according to testimony at the first trial - slashed his throat, collecting his blood in an old paint pot.

 The fiancee of Stempniewicz, a Russian woman identified only as Svetlana, called police when her lover did not return home again.

He was found guilty of murder.


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