A Connecticut Reader Points Out That The Face-Eating Guy In Miami Is A Haitian
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Re: A Maryland Reader Says The "Maryland Man" Charged With Cannibalism Is Actually From Kenya

From: A Connecticut Reader [Email him]

 I read the letter about the Maryland  case of  the Kenyan in Baltimore eating a Ghanaaian, with seasoning I might add. (Ah,  the culinary touch!)

However I was rather surprised when VDARE.com  didn't comment on the Haitian who ate the Italian-American from Brooklyn, NY. Ronald Poppo (a former honor student at Stuyvesant High School, which was the school in NYC years ago).

It was clear that the Haitian tried to rape Poppo:

"CBS4 News Investigative Reporter Jim DeFede was able to piece together the final twelve hours of Eugene’s life, culminating with the horrific moment Saturday afternoon when the 31-year-old turned into a growling cannibal and attacked Robert Poppo, a homeless man who frequently slept under the causeway. Eugene ripped the clothes from Poppo’s body and then the flesh from Poppo’s face before a Miami police officer finally arrived and shot Eugene to death."'

In images captured on a security camera mounted on the Miami Herald building, you can see what appears to be Eugene, now totally naked, attempting to strip the pants off Poppo as he attacked the man.

Eugene's girlfriend has a notion as to what caused this upstanding fellow to act in such a manner:

Eugene’s girlfriend has her own theory on what happened that day. She believes Eugene was drugged unknowingly. The only other explanation, she said, was supernatural —that someone put a Vodou curse on him. The girlfriend, who unlike Eugene is not Haitian, said she has never believed in Vodou, until now. [Girlfriend: MacArthur causeway attacker was drugged — or cursed, By Nadege Green, Miami Herald, May 30, 2012 ]

I have long enjoyed, in particular James Fulford’s columns on VDARE.com. However,  I must suggest that time has run out for us white folks, and that the future appears to be MOST GRIM!

James Fulford writes: I missed that one. I did mention that Rudy Eugene, the face-eating guy, was African-American, but for some reason I thought that a man named Rudy was likely to be a regular American.

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