Stupid people of the week

| December 4, 2021

Confessed cannibal arrested after decapitated corpse allegedly falls out of car trunk

Talk about an awkward moment. This guy lost his head at the wrong time.

A confessed cannibal in northern Russia was arrested Saturday after a decapitated corpse allegedly fell out of the trunk of his car.

Russian authorities took Yegor Komarov, 23, into custody after he crashed his Mitsubishi into a safety barrier, causing the headless body of a man to fall out of the vehicle, police said.

Komarov fled with two men into the woods of Sortavala, but they left the dead man’s body on the road next to his vehicle, where police discovered ropes and spades, according to a report.

The man’s body, whose head was nearly wholly severed, is believed to be a 50-year-old businessman who was killed by the three suspects after a dispute, according to investigators.

“In general, I like killing people,” Komarov reportedly said.

The suspect also confessed to killing a 38-year-old man in St. Petersburg and eating parts of him in 2020, investigators said.

“When he died, I gutted his neck and tasted the blood and meat,” Komarov reportedly said. “But the meat was difficult to cut, as the knife was blunt, and I did not like the taste of his veins.”

The 23-year-old man said he tried cooking the man’s tongue in butter, the report stated.

“I tried it, but I didn’t like it,” he said, telling investigators to make sure his handcuffs were tight to prevent him from biting them. “But I probably would have liked another part of the body.”

Komarov is from St. Petersburg, lives with his family, and is interested in “anarcho-primitivism” and the “elixirs of immortality,” according to investigators.

Investigators have not commented on claims of cannibalism in the death of the 50-year-old businessman.

Source; Washington Examiner via MSN

Antifa member who took axe to Senate office given probation and his axe back

We have been discussing the continued incarceration of many individuals for their participation in the Jan. 6th riot. Despite claims that the riot was an insurrection, the vast majority of defendants have been given relatively minor charges. Nevertheless, the Justice Department has insisted on holding many without bail and some have received longer sentences, like Jacob Chansley (aka “QAnon Shaman”) who was given a 41-month sentence for “obstructing a federal proceeding.”

Thomas “Tas” Alexander Starks, 31, of Lisbon, N.D., faced a strikingly different approach by the Justice Department. The self-avowed Antifa member took an axe to the office of Sen. John Hoeven’s in Fargo on Dec. 21, 2020. Federal sentencing guidelines suggested 10–16 months in prison but he was only sentenced to probation and fined $2,784 for restitution . . . he then reportedly mocked the FBI for returning his axe. Others declared him a hero and Democratic politicians pitched in for his legal defense.

Starks was caught on videotape axing the door of the congressional office. He pleaded guilty to a single charge of destruction of government property. The case has received little attention from the media outside of conservative sites.

Starks has made clear that he was neither apologetic nor deterred from the use of such violence. He has posted under the Facebook moniker, “Paul Dunyan,” an apparent reference to his preferred use of an axe as a form of political expression. He displays the Antifa symbol and, while awaiting sentencing, reportedly wrote: “I am ANTIFA. I will always attack fascists, racial superiority complexes built around nationalism that promotes genocide to fuel a war machine is the worst humanity has to offer.”

It is reminiscent of the defiance shown by arrested Antifa member Jason Charter, who declared “The Movement is winning” after his own arrest.

After his light sentence, Starks posted last month that it was all effectively a joke: “Look what the FBI were kind enough to give back to me!”

Starks was supported by a GoFundMe account for his defense costs despite the company barring people from contributing to defendants like Kyle Rittenhouse until after he was acquitted. He was also supported by Democratic politicians. Last year, I testified in the Senate on Antifa and the growing anti-free speech movement in the United States. I specifically disagreed with the statement of House Judiciary Committee Chair Jerry Nadler that Antifa (and its involvement in violent protests) is a “myth.” It is at its base a movement at war with free speech, defining the right itself as a tool of oppression. That purpose is evident in what is called the “bible” of the Antifa movement: Rutgers Professor Mark Bray’s Antifa: The Anti-Fascist Handbook. Bray emphasizes the struggle of the movement against free speech: “At the heart of the anti-fascist outlook is a rejection of the classical liberal phrase that says, ‘I disapprove of what you say but I will defend to the death your right to say it.’”Indeed, Bray admits that “most Americans in Antifa have been anarchists or antiauthoritarian communists… From that standpoint, ‘free speech’ as such is merely a bourgeois fantasy unworthy of consideration.” It is an illusion designed to promote what Antifa is resisting “white supremacy, hetero-patriarchy, ultra-nationalism, authoritarianism, and genocide.” Thus, all of these opposing figures are deemed fascistic and thus unworthy of being heard.Bray quotes one Antifa member as summing up their approach to free speech as a “nonargument . . . you have the right to speak but you also have the right to be shut up.”

Putting aside the light sentence, the returning of the axe is rather curious. It would seem an instrument of the crime and could be declared lost in any plea. Instead, it was returned as if it was a form of political expression by the Justice Department.

Starks is now free to axe his way to a better world.It is hard to imagine the poor choice of prosecutors or the judge to cut such a deal with Starks (and not specify that the axe would be lost as an instrumentality of the crimes).

Source; Jonathan Turley

Uniformed deputy shot into truck following disagreement at party

Court records have shed new light on what investigators say happened the night a Lowndes County [Alabama] deputy allegedly fired into an occupied vehicle.

Michael Jay Lewis, 21, is charged with attempted murder, aggravated animal cruelty and DUI.

Lewis was with the Lowndes County Sheriff’s Office for only three weeks before this weekend’s incident. He was fired after the arrest.

The deposition states the whole thing started at an outdoor party in the 2000 block of Autauga County Road 57 early Saturday. Investigators say Lewis was there in uniform where drugs and alcohol were reportedly present.

The court filing states that around 5:30 a.m., Lewis was sitting in a vehicle with a female and two other people when he got angry at the female because she had previously accused him of smoking marijuana. Investigators say Lewis took out a 9mm handgun and started “racking the slide and stated he was in fear of losing his job because of his actions at the party.”

This reportedly alarmed the others in the car. The deposition reports that the female got out, saying she was going to the bathroom, but got into her Dodge truck about 15 feet away instead.

Lewis then got out and got what is believed to be his service weapon from his marked Lowndes County Sheriff’s Office patrol vehicle, according to the filing. It goes on to say the other two in the car drove off to get away from him.

“The defendant then began shooting into into the truck at least 12 times in an attempt to kill the victim,” the report says.

She was not hit. However, one of her two dogs in the vehicle, a Great Dane, was critically injured by the gunfire. The dog was taken to an animal hospital. Its current condition is not known.

The deposition says there were multiple witnesses as well spent 9mm shell casings.

Alabama state troopers say they found the patrol vehicle crashed Interstate 65 at mile marker 186.

Lewis was taken into custody around 8:30 a.m. after Alabama state troopers were notified of a single-vehicle crash on Interstate 65 near the 186 mile marker. The car, which matches the patrol vehicle’s description, and Lewis were found near the 184 mile marker.

The traffic complaint states Lewis was under the influence of alcohol.

“We’re sorry that this incident took place. We’re sorry for the family, the damage to their property, the damage to their dog, and we certainly don’t condone this type of activity at all. This type of activity will not, absolutely, positively, will not be tolerated,” said Autauga County Sheriff Joe Sedinger.

Source; WSFA

Suspect accused of shooting 2 Utah officers was spared from prison for prior shootings

This is an epic failure of the “justice” system. Two cops are fighting for their lives because this monster was allowed out. Absolute immunity for judges needs to end.

Investigators from West Valley City Police identified the suspect who is accused of shooting 2 police officers Wednesday night as 20-year-old Anei Gabriel Joker.

Joker is accused of holding an infant hostage inside an SUV and then firing at police during a standoff in a gas station parking lot at 4100 South Redwood Road in Taylorsville.

An officer from West Valley City Police and an officer from Unified Police were both shot. The West Valley City officer is in critical condition and the Unified officer is in serious condition, according to West Valley City Police spokesperson Roxeanne Vainuku.

Police confirmed Joker died at the hospital early Thursday morning.

Vainuku said detectives were trying to apprehend Joker in connection to cases of rape and robbery.

Court records show Joker has an extensive criminal history, including involvement in several prior shootings.

Despite his felony convictions, Joker was spared from having to serve a prison sentence. In several cases, he was able to write an apology letter and received probation.

In his most recent criminal case, the Salt Lake County District Attorney’s Office wanted Joker to go to prison, but their request was not fulfilled by the judge on Joker’s case.

“The Defendant was placed on probation despite the state’s objection. We argued that a prison sentence was appropriate due to the violent nature of the three crimes and additional aggravating factors (e.g. the fact that he caused substantial injury to a victim, firearms were used in commission of these multiple offenses, exhibited pattern of aggressive/harmful behavior towards others),” Salt Lake County District Attorney Sim Gill told 2News in a statement.

Police confirmed that during Wednesday night’s standoff, there was an infant inside the SUV with Joker. For a time, Joker refused to let police get the infant out of the car.

“He would not exit the vehicle and he would not release the infant. After some negotiation, officers finally convinced him to let the infant out of the vehicle but he still remained inside and would not get out,” Vainuku said.

Police say around 10:30 p.m., Joker got out of the SUV and exchanged gunfire with multiple officers.

The shooting is now being investigated by an outside agency in accordance with the officer-involved critical incident protocol.

The source article goes into Joker’s lengthy criminal record, including convictions for numerous violent felonies. They also link to an absolutely priceless handwritten letter from Joker to the judge. It’s the letter that persuaded the judge that he had learned his lesson and was turning his life around. I’ve got some oceanfront property in Arizona to sell this judge. He tells the judge (spelling and grammar original), “I’ve lived a ruff life growing up was pain” and that he “no longer want[s] to live these rainy days.”

Four months later he’s holding an infant hostage and shooting two cops.

Source; KUTV

Who hasn’t been sorting their WWII memorabilia naked and fallen backwards onto a 57mm anti-tank mortar?

Let he who has not sinned cast the first stone.

Bomb squad called to Gloucestershire Royal Hospital after man gets WWII mortar stuck up his bottom

The bomb squad was called to Gloucestershire Royal Hospital on Thursday (December 2), after a patient was admitted with a mortar shell stuck in his rectum.

Troops from 11 Explosive Ordnance Disposal Regiment rushed to the Gloucester hospital after being notified by police “that a patient had presented with a munition in his rectum.”

The man was a military enthusiast who found the shell while clearing out, but somehow “tripped” and fell onto the 57mm [~2.2 inches] piece of army ordnance that landed him in hospital, according to The Sun.

The 57mm mortar round was used by the Royal Artillery in the Second World War as anti-tank rounds, though it would later also be used by British tanks in North Africa.

These rounds measure at 57mm in diameter and an eye-watering 170mm [6.6 inches] in length.

A source told The Sun: “The guy said he found the shell when he was having a clear out of his stuff.

“He said he put it on the floor then he slipped and fell on it — and it went up his a***.”

The MoD said: “We can confirm an Army Explosive Ordnance Disposal team was called out to Gloucestershire at the request of local police.”

A spokesperson for Gloucestershire Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust said: “We can confirm that the police and Explosive Ordnance Disposal team (EOD) attended Gloucestershire Royal Hospital yesterday.

“As with any incident involving munitions, the relevant safety protocols were followed to ensure that there was no risk to patients, staff or visitors at any time.”

The unsteady patient was released from hospital and is expected to make a full recovery, so long as he does not trip and fall onto any more artillery shells.

Source; Gloucestershire Live

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Old tanker

A bizarre list of stories today. Perhaps the cannibal can be housed with some pedophiles and given some cooking utensils while in prison. I would call that one a win win.

As to mortar butt, damn shame it didn’t go off. Would have saved him embarrassment at the clinic and a nasty day for EOD.

Oh and 1st.

Commissar

Speaking of stupid criminals we should also include James and Jennifer Crumbley. They claim they were not hiding from law enforcement but were hiding from the community. It is a nonsense excuse. Since law enforcement would have been perfectly fine will keeping them in custody for as long as they need to feel safe while awaiting trial. Which is exactly what will happen now since there is almost a zero chance that will be able… Read more »

MarineDad61

Commissar,
They both entered not guilty pleas.
Bond set at $500,000 each.
https://www.yahoo.com/news/parents-captured-son-charged-oxford-075029209.html

Commissar

I can’t believe they released these idiots on Bond.

I guess the judge believed their sob story.

I can’t imagine many people would have been given $500 bond after not turning themselves in when they were required, running to another city, and hiding from the police for half a day triggering a massive fugitive search.

That is insane. Fucking hell that is insane.

$500?!

Fyrfighter

Would you feel the same if they weren’t white? I thought you were against cash bail Commissar…

Commissar

I am against cash bail.

Since they appeared to take flight I would not have set a bond at any amount.

Roh-Dog

Even when charged for non-violent crimes such as this situation?

I mean, that’s a pretty common ideal to the whole ‘abolition of the state’ crowd, no?

Planet Ord

The judge follows the law in setting bond. It’s a right everyone has. His personal feelings are irrelevant. He takes into account many factors, but the law being paramount. I doubt they can no bond them on that charge.

Commissar

Lol, should have put my reading glasses on $500,000.

The judge did appear to increase their bond based on the short flight attempt.

Still, I don’t think he should have released them for a while and let them petition for bond down the line so investigators could complete their investigation on the reason they fled and who might have helped them or other actions they took.

John Seabee

At a half million EACH, I doubt they will be getting out very soon.

rgr769

From the looks of their house, I think not, even if they own rather than rent.

UpNorth

But they have to find a bondsman who would be willing to put up the remainder of their bond. Their recent history would probably discourage any bondsman who wanted to remain in business. Then again, they did go all the way to Dee-troit to hide out. That covers at least 35 miles. Just read that they had withdrawn $4000 from an ATM in Rochester Hills, Mi, not far from their home. Perhaps the $500K bond… Read more »

Roh-Dog

Their house is listed at $99k and considering Mister Crumbley has child support payments going/had been going to two children in FL, I doubt the man is loaded.
All for driving 30 minutes down the road… “flight”.
The lawyer stated he had been in contact with them, ffs.
There’s a big piece missing here as the state’s actions are fitting the situation we’re being presented.

Roh-Dog

“…piece missing here as the state’s actions are [not] fitting the situation…”

Ifone doesn’t like the contraction aren’t very much.

Commissar

On the charges. Not on the flight.

The flight was asinine. And shifted them from stupid parents to stupid criminals.

ChipNASA

Dude,
Seriously bro, are you OK or has someone stolen your handle and is posting here.
You’re sounding rational, balanced and thoughtful.
WTF MAN?!?!?!?!?!?
😀 😀 😀

I think I like the new and improved Commissar.

“OW OW DAMN IT GUYS, STOP HITTING ME OW!!!!!!” 😀

MarineDad61

ChipNASA,
To be fair, I’m now splitting attention to
NEW claims and drama about
Phony Purple Heart Fake Bronze Star Thomas Cole
between Stupid People of the Week (references below)
& the primary comments at the bottom of the current
Weekend Open Thread.

Roh-Dog

Stupid isn’t illegal…., right?
I guess having a few days to get their affairs in order to answer to 4 counts of a non-violent crime would be too much to ask.

But what would I know?

President Elect Toxic Deplorable Racist SAH Neanderthal B Woodman Domestic Violent Extremist SuperStraight

“You will never find a more wretched hive of scum and villany. We must be cautious”

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Xcb4_QwP6fE

Describes West Valley City UT, to a “T”.

That’s why they changed the name from Granger. To disguise their villainy.

KoB

Just…DAAAAAYUUUUM! Again, the more I learn about some hoomans, the more I love my Dog.

President Elect Toxic Deplorable Racist SAH Neanderthal B Woodman Domestic Violent Extremist SuperStraight

You see in Russia what happens when the food supply chain is disrupted.

Commissar

Starks is a sociopath. Not because of what he did. But he is one. And he will be a problem for years until he gets more serious charges. That being said. Most of the Capitol rioters have received fairly light penalties and charges, and they actually tried to overthrow our democratic institutions and install a despot. I think they all should have received jail time. But hundreds have received probation and fines. They also didn’t… Read more »

SFC D

I have a problem with the wide gap in sentencing. The “Q Anon Shaman” gets 41 months, basically for trespassing and public douchebaggery. I’m not defending him by any means. Now this guy uses an axe on the door of a public official, commits actual violence, damages property, and gets probation plus his axe is returned. Yeah, I have a problem with that.

Hatchet

– Yegor Komarov – an appalling blight on the asshole of humanity. Hope they find him a very nice cozy PERMANENT hole in Black Dolphin! – T.A. Starks – what a gutless putz… Attacking someone’s door when no one’s home? A stellar example of ANTIFA logic in motion. – Former deputy Michael Jay Lewis needs to spend a really good long stretch in the Grey Bar Hotel contemplating just how much of an abject failure… Read more »

Fyrfighter

Not defending the fools that day at all, but many of them have been held in solitary, without bail, and in many cases without charges for 11 months now. with HOURS of video footage of almost every aspect of that day, why are charges still forthcoming? Are the feds really so stupid that 11 months isn’t enough time to figure out what the charges should be? Whatever happed to the right to a speedy trial?… Read more »

Commissar

I feel bad for the one guy in human history that did get something lodged in his rectum after falling on it.

Nobody believed him. Everyone else ruined his explanation.

ChipNASA

Self-loathing is a dreadful thing.
I feel badly everyone stole your excuse.

😀 😀 😀

(Dude,
SOFTBALL coming through…you should have seen that…)

Ex-PH2

This caught my eye: – The 23-year-old man said he tried cooking the man’s tongue in butter, the report stated. No, you don’t cook the tongue and eat it. Has this twit never heard of a rump roast? Or BBQ spare ribs? And this: — Troops from 11 Explosive Ordnance Disposal Regiment rushed to the Gloucester hospital after being notified by police “that a patient had presented with a munition in his rectum.” You know,… Read more »

Hack Stone

ChipNASA

That’s gold, Hack Stone! Gold!

MarineDad61

Hack Stone,
Kudos. Perfect grab.
Beat me to it.
For those who don’t know, it’s the Seinfeld episode “The Fusilli Jerry”.
I was on this, but got distracted by today’s drama
with Phony Purple Heart Fake Bronze Star Thomas Cole’s
phony defender Todd Hulsey on MP’s page on the Book of the Fake.

ChipNASA,
Here ya’ go.

MarineDad61

Plenty o’ new details
at the bottom of the current Weekend Open Thread,
which includes a new claim involving General Michael Flynn.
https://valorguardians.com/blog/?p=118941&cpage=1#comment-3403763

Berliner

57 Millimeters (mm)=2.24409 Inches (in)… Accidental?

MarineDad61

Snake wins…..
[Maryland homeowners burn down house
in attempt to smoke out snake infestation]
https://6abc.com/snake-infested-house-maryland-infestation-snakes-fire/11300808/