'Canadian Psycho' Magnotta arrested in Berlin, report says
Canadian murder suspect Luka Rocco Magnotta was arrested Monday in the German capital Berlin, the Bild newspaper reported.
The porn actor and stripper, who was the subject of a global manhunt
after he allegedly murdered his gay Chinese lover and mailed body parts,
was picked up at an internet cafe in Berlin's Neukolln district, the
newspaper reported, citing police sources.
Magnotta, 29, fled Canada after the killing, initially heading to Paris.
Magnotta is wanted for threatening the Canadian prime minister,
first-degree murder, defiling a corpse and using the mail system for
delivering "obscene, indecent, immoral or scurrilous" material.
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