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Canadian Psycho suspect won't fight extradition

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Canadian Psycho suspect won't fight extradition


The suspected killer dubbed the ‘Canadian Psycho’ is being moved to Berlin’s Moabit prison, following his arrest in one of the city’s cyber cafes on Monday.

Luka Rocco Magnotta sparked an international manhunt after flying to France.

The 29 year old porn actor also told German police he will not fight extradition back to Canada.

“The policemen, I talked to the ones who guarded him last night, said it was a very calm night. There was no situation, there was no resistance, so nothing special happened. Mr Magnotta did not say anything about the case, but he said say he would not object to being sent back to Canada,” said Berlin police spokesperson Stefan Redlich.

Magnotta was arrested as he sat browsing the web, looking for stories about himself.

He is accused of killing a former lover, posting video online of the murder and sending body parts to two of Canada’s top political parties.

The victim is 33-year-old Jun Lin – a Chinese student who was enrolled at Concordia University in Montreal.

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