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Los Angeles animal rights group that set online trap for Canadian 'cannibal killer' refutes published report

A London tabloid's account of how Canadian 'cannibal killer' Luka
Rocco Magnotta had set up a YouTube account where he "liked" a news
story about an unsolved Los Angeles body parts murder was refuted
Thursday by a Los Angeles-based animal rights group.

A spokesperson for Last Chance For Animals (LCA) contacted Foxnews.com
after the story appeared in The Sun to say the reporting was false,
and that Magnotta was snared by the the organization's Special
Investigation Unit's online-sting operation.

LCA said in a press release: "During the course of this investigation,
contact was made with several individuals who may have been Luka, or
close associates of Luka. That information was turned over to Law
Enforcement."

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full story:
http://www.foxnews.com/world/2012/06/07/canadian-cannibal-killer-magnotta-reportedly-admired-video-la-body-parts-murder/

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