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Be warned! This is probably the most controversial crime subject today! Nowhere will you find stronger opinion - pro and con - than in this subject.
Those investigators who have seen the results of this type of crime first-hand say there's no mistaking it-it's a cult or ritual crime.
The indications:
1. Mutilitation.
2. Recurring methods.
3. Cult crimes usually have messages written on or near the body of a 'religious' nature.
Here you will find evidence of a recent cult crime - in England.

Date: Fri, 9 May 2003 12:00:18 +0100 (BST)
   From: Scott Lomax <>
Subject: Article on 'Adam' - Case File 380UMUK

The following is from a British magazine called True Detective (a sister magazine of Master Detective). It refers to Adam case

Torso Boys Last Journey

A boy whose mutilated torso was found floating in the River Thames was brought to Britain as a slave and sacrificed in an African religious ritual intended
to bring good luck to his killers.

Genetic tests carried out on the boy found last September with his head and limbs removed and wearing orange shorts points to a West African origin.

Further analysis of the stomach and bone chemistry show the child, aged four to seven years, could not have been brought up in London. Detectives are now working on the theory that he was bought as a slave in
West Africa and smuggled to Britain to be killed.

Experts on African religion consulted by Scotland Yard believe that he may have been sacrificed to one of 400 ancestor gods of the Yoruba people, Nigerias second
largest ethnic group. Oshun, a Yoruba river goddess, is associated with orange, the colour of the shorts which were put on the boys body 24 hours after he was
killed. The body was then stored for a further day before being dumped in the river.

An examination of the cuts where the head and limbs were sliced from the corpse shows that they were made by an expert using extremely sharp, specially prepared
knives, in a horrific operation reminiscent of animal sacrifice. The flesh around the limbs and neck was first cut to the bones, which were slashed with a single blow from an implement like a butchers cleaver. The boy would have been stretched out horizontally or upside down during the sacrifice and kept there as the blood drained from the body.

Investigators discount the theory that the boy was the victim of a so-called muti killing, where body parts are taken to be used as medicine.

They now believe rich West Africans imported the boy after hiring a specialist witch doctor to procure him perhaps paying his family to allow him to be put to
work abroad. The child was well treated before he was killed. Traces of cough medicine found in his stomach indicate that someone wanted him in good health for
his execution.

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