Update: A chilling story unfolds in Harford County in Maryland, where family members find the chopped up body parts of a missing man. And now, the suspect admits to committing acts of cannibalism on that body. The victim, a grad student at Morgan State University, held several master’s degrees.
Rudy Eugene, who was shot and killed by a police officer as the 31 year-old chewed the face off a 65-year-old homeless man in Miami, was a good kid and “no zombie,” CNN affiliate WFOR quoted the mother as saying. Eugene’s girlfriend also said the attacker seen in the surveillance video of the incident was not the man she lived with. She said Eugene loved God, read the Bible, and brought his Bible everywhere he went. The person that chewed off 75% of the homeless man’s face “wasn’t him. That was his body but it wasn’t his spirit. Somebody did this to him,” she said.
Many watchers are in agreement with the girl friend in that the attacker was Eugene’s body but it wasn’t his spirit. The new drug fad has been blamed by the news media for this gruesome cannibal attack but, “anyone who is a Christian and has a shred of sense can see that it is a clear case of demon possession of the worst kind,” one watcher wrote. Some also cited the flesh eating story recorded in the Book of Enoch, suggesting the fulfillment of certain segments of end-times prophecies from the Bible itself: “As it was in the days of Noah, so shall it be in the days of the Son of man.”
Interestingly, a year ago in May, the Centers for Diseases Control and Prevention (CDC) warned the public to prepare for ‘Zombie Apocalypse.’ The CDC website appears to have been crashed since then due to high internet traffics, but the information in bits and pieces is still available all over the web, including the Wikipedia site.
“Are you prepared for the impending zombie invasion?” the CDC posed the question in a blog posting gruesomely titled, “Preparedness 101: Zombie Apocalypses.” The post, written by Assistant Surgeon General Ali Khan, instructs readers how to prepare for “flesh-eating zombies,” much like how they appeared in Hollywood hits like “Night of the Living Dead.”
The “tongue-in-cheek campaign” was spearheaded by CDC a year ago, but the world is waking up today to the reality that zombie like flesh-eating incident could actually happen in the civilized world in daylight, under the blazing sun in view of the general public. Time is over.