Alex Kinyua

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Morgan State Settles Suit Over Vicious Bat Attack

Morgan State University has agreed to a settlement with a Baltimore man who was partially blinded after being attacked on campus by a student who later told authorities he killed and cannibalized another man.


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Md. Man Accused of Cannibalism Enters Plea

A plea hearing is scheduled for a college student who told authorities he killed a man and ate his heart and parts of his brain.


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Plea Expected For Alleged Cannibal in Maryland Slaying

A Maryland prosecutor says a man accused of cannibalism is expected to plead guilty but not criminally responsible in the slaying of a man staying with his family.


Mug shot of Alex Kinyua. (credit: WJZ-TV)

Morgan State University Allegedly Neglected To Share Info On Cannibal Suspect

If Morgan State University had been more open about previous concerns raised about Alex Kinyua, the man Kinyua is accused of attacking at a campus apartment says he might have avoided the engineering student and dodged an attack that left him partially blind.


Mug shot of Alex Kinyua. (credit: WJZ-TV)

Campus Police Report: Cannibal Suspect ‘Virginia Tech Waiting To Happen’

A Maryland college student accused of killing a housemate and eating his heart and part of his brain was kicked out of an ROTC program after he punched holes in the walls of the cadet computer lab and a military instructor referred to him as a “Virginia Tech waiting to happen,” according to a campus police report months before the attack.