South Beach Cannibal victim photo *warning graphic*
11:24 AM, May 30, 2012 |
An image of the two naked men involved in a cannibalistic attack near the MacArthur Causeway in Miami. The images were captured by a Miami Herald security camera. WARNING: Clicking ahead to the next picture will show a graphic image.
This is what Miami Cannibal attack victim Ronald Poppo looks like two weeks after the attack. (Source: Jackson Memorial Hospital)
A City of Miami police officer stands watch near the scene where a naked man, far right, was shot dead on the MacArthur Causeway ramp onto Northeast 13th Street in Miami on Saturday, May 26, 2012. Photo courtesy: The Associated Press
Hospital officials escort cannibal victim Ronald Poppo, showing for the first time the extent of the injuries the homeless man received at the hands of Rudy Eugene. (photo courtesy Jackson Memorial Hospital)
Undated mug shot of victim Ronald Poppo
Graphic images of the victim of the so-called South Beach cannibal
A surveillance video camera from The Miami Herald building nearby captured images of the men's naked legs lying side by side after the shooting.
Crime Scene investigator Andres Betancourt photographs a credit card found at the scene belonging to Rudy Eugene, Tuesday, May 29, 2012 in Miami. Photo courtesy: The Associated Press
Undated mug shot of Rudy Eugene
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South Beach Cannibal victim photo. Warning picture is extremely graphic.
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