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I Once Killed A Black Dog That Gave Me The Urge To Kill Humans – Abesim Killer Tells Police



The suspect who allegedly killed two boys and stocked their body parts in a refrigerator has opened up on his heinous crime.

According to reports, the suspect had told the police that he used to kills dogs before suddenly becoming a human killer.

He said he once had an urge to kill a black dog which he did and ate its head only; since then he’s always had the urge to kill human beings.

According to the source, “there is evidence to show that he really killed a black dog first before he turned to the people he killed.”

“That ‘something’ he is claiming influenced him to commit the heinous crimes, we do not know. The police do not dwell on spirits to do an investigation,” the Police source said.

According to the source, one week after killing the dog, the 28-year-old, “told the interrogators that the so-called ‘something’ urged him again to kill human beings and that was exactly what he did.”

Meanwhile reports say, the suspect, Richard Appiah is leading a free life in prison to the point where he offers the police his food menu so that they may serve him appropriately.

The source also state that Richard always eats fried rice with chicken, fresh meat sauce, and malt drink, which is his favorite or preferred food.

Richard Appiah was arrested a few months ago for the murder of two boys in Abesim, Ghana’s Bono Region. He kept the lads’ fresh meat in his refrigerator. As he stands trial at the Kaneshie District Magistrate Court, the act is still being investigated.

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