'Canadian Psycho' guilty of murder

2014-12-23 20:02
Luka Magnotta (AP)

Luka Magnotta (AP)

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Montreal - A jury has found a Canadian man accused of dismembering his Chinese lover and mailing the body parts to schools and political parties around the country guilty of first-degree murder.

Jurors convicted Luka Magnotta of first-degree murder in the 2012 slaying of Jun Lin. He was also convicted on the four other related charges.

Magnotta, 32, had pleaded not guilty. While he admitted to the slaying, he sought to be found not criminally responsible by way of mental disorder.

His lawyer argued he is schizophrenic and couldn't tell right from wrong at the time of the slaying.

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