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MONTREAL-Luka Rocco Magnotta hunched as low as he could in the prisoner's box Thursday as the jury hearing his murder trial viewed graphic and gruesome video depicting the death of Jun Lin. Jurors had been warned from the beginning of the trial they would be required to watch video that show dismemberment and desecration of Lin's body. They remain impassive as copy of 10-minute video, download by MONTREAL police, was shown in court. It opens with New Order song True Faith playing in the background. On screen, naked and bound man writhes about, raising his covered head as a man in a hooded sweatshirt straddles him. Jurors had already been told bound individual, who appeared in the first 53 seconds, was not Lin. The video then switches to an already dead Chinese student being stabbed repeatedly in the upper chest and lower abdomen area with a screwdriver. The camera moves to the head area, clearly showing Lin's slit throat and blood everywhere. The video does not show actual slaying, while the assailant, dressed in dark clothing, is not clearly identified in the footage. Magnotta is charged with first-degree murder in the slaying and dismemberment of Lin, 33, in May 2012. He faces four other charges: criminally harassing Prime Minister Stephen Harper and other members of Parliament; mailing obscene and indecent material; committing indignity to the body; and publishing obscene materials. Magnotta, 32, has admitted to physical acts he's accused of but has plead not guilty by way of mental disorder. The jury heard on Thursday that Nadine Paoliello, MONTREAL police technological crimes officer, was asked to find and trace the video on May 29, 2012, same day Lin's torso was found in a suitcase. She testified it appeared on various sites under different titles, most notably One Lunatic, One Ice Pick. Paoliello said she was able to find four copies of the video-three on gore websites and one on a private YouTube account. The YouTube video was 27 seconds longer than others, but she never compared them. Her tasks include tracking down who upload videos to gore sites and trying to get them pulled after investigators determine they feature actual homicide. She testified that YouTube and two gore sites, hosts in the United States, removed video at the request of MONTREAL police. Paoliello said the Edmonton-base site resisted but police didn't pursue matter because their western colleagues were investigating. She said she wasn't able to determine who Post video in the first place. The YouTube video traces back to One Alan Ford with an email address based in the United Kingdom. No, I didn't find who was behind the video, it ended with an email address of Alan Ford, Paoliello say. Paoliello was also trying to find out more about Magnotta, who had a prominent presence on social networks. She found at least 20 Facebook accounts carrying his name.

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The Hunt For Luka Magnotta

Is there anything we can do to stop homicidal idiot from attaining his goal of worldwide fame? Allege Killer and manhunt target Luka Rocco Magnotta seemed to have dedicated his young life to the hollowest of dreams: fame for its own sake, fame by any means. Today, he has achieved it. His pouty, surgically altered face is inescapable, accompanying hundreds of quickly turn around news items, including this one, all about a man few know or care about until he becomes a murder suspect. Globe and Mail reports today on Magnottas online history, extensive trail of empty self-promotion including vanity site, number of Facebook profiles, porno performances, animal cruelty videos, troll-baiting comments and self-spread rumors about his relationships with celebrities-at least one of these seems to have been true: Montreal police have confirmed that Magnotta date serial Killer Karla Homolka. When having sex on camera and with a murderer fails to result in James Dean-level fame, Magnotta is alleged to attract court attention by filming himself killing kittens. A Facebook group spring up to identify the man behind the 2010 Vacuum Kitten Killer video, who is believed to be Magnotta, and point him out to authorities. Members of the group claim that they tried to alert police repeatedly to Magnotta over the past 18 months. Notorious online image board 4Chan, which has a history of cyber vigilantism against feline abusers, reportedly raised 5 000 in reward money for anyone who would identify Vacuum cat Killer. But there is no indication that either of these efforts ever catch up with Magnotta. Whatever Internet fame Kitten-killing videos generate, body parts killing has now undoubtedly dwarfed it. If Magnotta is indeed behind 1 Lunatic 1 Icepick video linked to a gruesome murder, there seems to be a decent chance that his primary motive was attention. Sexual defilement of victim, mailing of body parts to political parties-all of it seems cribbed from bad movies, and not driven by erotic compulsion, radical political conviction or psychopathic obsession. Even the title of snuff film is derivative-from promo porn video that went viral a few years ago. In today's National Post, Christie Blatchford, looking for someone to make her feel morally outrage, chose anonymous commentators who are blase and cynical about posting of murder clip. She extended culpability to the Web itself, which emboldens psychopaths. Sure, she allow, Net can fuel revolutions, but it also nourishes Magnotta. Maybe it do, but Internet fame was just a snack. Thanks to journos like Blatchford, who not only watched the video but who recounted it in gory detail to her readers, Magnotta is now feasting. I am aware of the problem with decrying Magnottas media attention in a piece about Magnotta. My justification is no better than anyone else's. This is newsworthy, it is what people are interested in, and it wo go away if I refuse to cover up it.

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The Words Of A Killer

They were giggling on the GO Train heading into Toronto the other day, three paralegal students in their early 20s, about video of murder and dismemberment. One had watched it; others were aghast at the idea. In the past week, Canadians have suffered through fast and savage tours into some of the darker corners of the Internet, as some news accounts of the Luka Magnotta case focus on bestgore. Com. That's Edmonton-base site dedicated to brutal material, which had briefly hosted a video, titled 1 Lunatic 1 Ice Pick, which police suggest shows the murder of Lin Jun. When word spread about the site, people who had never considered themselves aficionados of violence began wading through the digital swamp to see what all the fuss was about. But anyone who thinks we've reached a cultural tipping point has a very short memory: Last October, murder of Moammar Gadhafi was captured on cellphone and posted online. Five years earlier, millions of viewers around the world watched video of Saddam Hussein's execution. And videos are still there for your consumption on YouTube. So, for that matter, is footage of Nodar Kumaritashvili, Georgian luger killed after flying off his sled during a training run before the Vancouver Olympics. Sort of thing has been going on for centuries, if not millennia, says Sherry Hamby, editor of the journal Psychology of Violence. We rubberneck at accident scenes; they never had any trouble filling the Roman Colosseum. If the Internet has made the US a global village, it has also given US a virtual version of ancient village square, where all manner of inhumanities unfold on an hourly basis, including state-sponsored executions. The issue is not whether technology-enabled access to horrific material is having a desensitizing and normalizing effect; it's that our limited access to such material over the past few decades was an exception to historical norm. That begin to change with the founding of websites such as rotten. Com, ogrish. Com and others, which gleefully host still images and videos of horrific events, including victims of the Sept. 11 attacks leaping from the World Trade Center. During the Iraq war, number of sites also published fresh daily images sent in from battlefields by US military personnel. While those sites were often rotting bazaars of bizarre, full of amateur pornography and documentation of margins of human behaviour, some of them also offered form of firsthand journalism that was especially valuable when access to war's reality was being so severely restrict. Nowadays, sites such as documentingreality. Com and liveleak. Com carries that mission forward, albeit in a lurching, sideways fashion.

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Not Credible

It has been reported by various mainstream media that as soon as the name of the perpetrator was pinned by the community on Best Gore, people reported it to the police. Toronto police department, however, do not find the reports credible, and dismiss them, suggesting that the video was most certainly the product of some special effects team and no further actions were take. 4 days later, previously dismissed name become most wanted name in Canada. The way I see it-had police responded to reports instead of dismissing them, they may have caught Luka Magnotta redhanded. Utilizing tools available to police, they could have learnt that he was renting an apartment in Montreal and paid him a visit 3 days prior to finding body in a suitcase and foot in parcel. Had they do that, they would have likely disturbed him with packing tape in his hand. As such, this potentially dangerous man would have been arrested and would no longer be a threat to the public. Heres hoping that next time Best Gore investigators pin potential perpetrator down, police will take more appropriate action. I pretty sure theyre working around the clock and are breathing down Lukas neck, so hopefully hes caught before he can add to his victim count.

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Different Type of Whistle Blowing

Tor is a network that masks your online activities by encrypting your traffic and routing IT through different servers, or nodes, around the world to make IT more difficult to track. IT also allows you to access special websites that end In. Onion, such as those used by SecureDrop system, another whistleblowing tool we will discuss later in this Section. At time of publication, most accessible way to use this network is by downloading an internet Browser called Tor Browser, version of Firefox with various Security functions built into IT. 152 although Tor is a vital tool for those seeking anonymity online, IT has suffered security failures in the past, 153 and some experts believe traffic over the network may receive extra scrutiny from law enforcement or Intelligence Agencies. 154 Your Privacy can also be compromised if you log in to services tied to your real identity during Tor session when you are also using IT to communicate with advocates or Journalists.

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