Face Eater High on Marijuana Not Bath Salts…. Yeah Right, LOL
Tests in cannibalism case: Zombie-like attacker used pot, not 'bath salts'<br />By Michael Martinez, CNN<br />updated 6:33 PM EDT, Wed June 27, 2012<br /><br /> :thjajaja121:[size=18pt]There must be an army of pot smokers in the world. They have jumped on this like white on rice. :thjajaja121: The comments are priceless.[/size]<br /><br />If you’re having a bad day, this is the article no, THE COMMENTS that will have you rolling on the floor, or maybe even rolling up your own :thjajaja121:<br /><br />Tests in cannibalism case: Zombie-like attacker used pot, not 'bath salts' - CNN.com<br /><br /><br /><br />Rudy Eugene, 31, was killed by a police officer after Eugene's 18-minute attack on a homeless man last month.<br />STORY HIGHLIGHTS<br />Rudy Eugene, 31, was killed by police after he chewed off the face of a homeless man<br />His body contained marijuana but no other drugs, the coroner's office says<br />Police had suspected Eugene was under the influence of "bath salts"<br />The absence of "bath salts" is also confirmed by an outside lab, coroner says<br />(CNN) -- The naked Florida man who chewed off the face of another man last month in a zombie-like cannibal attack used marijuana but not "bath salts" as police had suspected, authorities said Wednesday.<br />Rudy Eugene, 31, was killed by a police officer after Eugene's 18-minute attack on a homeless man. His body didn't show "any other street drugs, alcohol or prescription drugs, or any adulterants found in street drugs," according to the Miami-Dade County Medical Examiner Department.<br />"The department has also sought the assistance of an outside forensic toxicology reference laboratory, which has confirmed the absence of 'bath salts,' synthetic marijuana and LSD," the statement said.<br />A video of last month's incident shows Eugene coming across 65-year-old Ronald Poppo on a sidewalk along Miami's MacArthur Causeway, stripping clothes off him and eventually chewing on his face. Police said Poppo lost 75% of his face in the attack.<br />Armando Aguilar, president of the Fraternal Order of Police, told CNN affiliate WPLG last month that he suspected Eugene was under the influence of "bath salts," a drug that contains synthetic stimulants that can "cause chest pains, increased blood pressure, increased heart rate, agitation, hallucinations, extreme paranoia and delusions," according to the National Institute of Drug Abuse.<br />Eugene's mother said last month that her son was "a nice kid" who could have been subdued with a Taser rather than gunfire.<br />"He was a good kid. He gave me a nice card on Mother's Day. Everyone says he was a zombie. He was no zombie. That was my son," the mother, who asked that her name not be revealed, told CNN affiliate WFOR.