What the hell….
The torso of a young boy emerged from the River Thames in London in September 2001. It had been floating for over a week and was unidentifiable. A medical examiner concluded that the boy had been dismembered by a professional, as the limbs were removed with only a single cut. Everything indicated a ritual murder, and it was evident that the boy had been smuggled into the country for this killing. The boy was from Nigeria, but a medical report showed that he had eaten German food shortly before he died.
In 2002, a smuggler named Kingsley Ojo was arrested in connection with the murder. When his apartment was searched, police found a video entitled, ‘rituals’ on which police could see a ritualistic dissection of a human sacrifice. They found a mixture of bone, sand and gold that had also been found in the stomach of the unidentified child. Unfortunately, there was no physical evidence linking Ojo with the dead body, so he was only charged with human trafficking. He was sentenced to four and a half years, but was eventually deported back to Nigeria. Years later, the body was later identified as Patrick Erhabor by a caretaker who had cared for the boy during his time in Germany. No one else was arrested in connection with these ritualistic dissections.
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