Will these "zombie-like" violent occurrences never end? In the most recent case of "zombie-like" behavior, 21-year-old Alexander Kinyua, a student at Morgan State University in Maryland was charged with first-degree murder on Wednesday. He was found guilty of first degree murder after he confessed to not only cutting up his roommate Kujoe Bonsafo Agyei-Kodie, but also eating some of his brain and his entire heart! After dining on his slain roommate's organs, he dropped off most of Agyei-Kodie's remains in a dumpster behind a church in Joppatowne. Kodie was reported missing last Friday, May 25th.
Apparently Kinyua's father alerted police to the murder after Kinyua's brother found a head and two hands in a metal tin in the basement of Kinyua's house. Kinyua's brother reportedly notified his father of the discovery, and when the pair returned to the basement room, they found Kinyua washing out the tin and the body parts had been moved from where his brother had discovered them. Officers later searched the house and arrested Kinyua.
No motive has been revealed yet to explain this wild act of gruesome violence, but this is not first time Kinyua flipped the crazy switch in his head apparently. He has also been charged with first-degree assault for allegedly beating another student with a baseball bat, for no reason at all. After he beat that student he fled into the nearby woods.
All of these random violent acts keep happening in various locations across the United States, and in such a short period of time after the "Miami zombie" attack as well. Is there really some kind of zombie outbreak on the rise?
Only time will tell.