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Suspect Cooked Victim’s Heart With Potatoes, Fed It To Other Victims

SUSPECT COOKED VICTIM’S HEART – The primary suspect of a triple slaying case in the US reportedly sliced one victim’s heart from her body.

Unfortunately, this wasn’t the end of the brutal incident. According to reports from Oklahoma City News 4 TV, the suspect then cooked the heart with potatoes. Afterward, he served it to the other victims before he attacked them. Additionally, the victims of his gruesome crime was his family members.

As per the report, he allegedly brought the heart to his uncle’s residence. Then, he cooked it and tried to serve it to his uncle and his wife. Next, things got darker as he killed both his uncle and his four-year-old granddaughter.

Suspect Cooked Victim's Heart, Fed It To Other Victims Before Killing

Luckily, the wife survived but was severely injured. Meanwhile, agents investigating the crime reportedly said that the suspect, Lawrence Paul Anderson, wanted to “release the demons”.

“He cooked the heart with potatoes to feed to his family to release the demons”, said one of the agents in the search warrant presented it court.

Furthermore, the crime just came weeks after the suspect was released from prison on a long arrest record. Previously, he was sentenced to 20 years in prison in 2017 for drug charges. However, he was released on a general commutation by Oklahoma Governor Kevin Stitt.

On Tuesday, he confessed to the crime in court.

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