Luka Magnotta is no longer in Germany. The overseas travels of the alleged body-parts murderer are over.
Shipped by military transport under heavy police escort, he is in his home and native land, Canada, to face justice.
He is being offered the best in personal security and safety, something never offered to a young Chinese student, whose parents are in this country still asking questions of cops like, “Do you have any idea what has been done with our son’s head?”
Most normal people who seek public attention want to preserve their good name and reputation until they die, hoping that even after they are long gone those who speak of them speak no ill.
Luka Magnotta long ago left Planet Normal and he embarked on a path of attention seeking that became less normal, while allegedly becoming more sordid and evil. If he at some point decided he wanted to go down in history as one of Canada’s most hideous monsters, Magnotta, if found guilty, at a very young age will have fulfilled his expectation.