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A crystal meth-abusing Satanist choked and dismembered a law enforcement officer who he met on a gay dating app, and attempted to disintegrate the body in a tub of acid — which was a method he learned from watching “Breaking Bad.” Fifty-year-old Stefano Brizzi, a former computer programmer at Morgan Stanley, allegedly murdered 59-year-old Officer PC Gordon Semple in his south London residence back on April 1st, the BBC reported.
On Thursday, Prosecutor Crispin Aylett told the jury in opening statements that the case needed people with “broad minds and strong stomachs.” Brizzi adamantly denied the charges against him, maintaining that the victim accidentally died during a sadomasochistic sex game gone awry.
Jurors were informed that Brizzi was reportedly in the middle of strangling Semple when another man rang the doorbell at his house and was ultimately turned away by the man.
When the man, identified only as CD, “pressed the entry buzzer, someone who can only have been the defendant replied over the intercom, ‘We have a situation here. So our party is canceled.’ CD turned around and went home,” according to the Independent.
Brizzi was found dead in his cell at Belmarsh prison in south east London on Sunday, February 5, with a pre-inquest review at Southwark Coroner’s Court hearing that was found hanged a month after being taken off suicide watch.Shamans are said to treat ailments/illness by mending the soul.Alleviating traumas affecting the soul/spirit restores the physical body of the individual to balance and wholeness.The Breaking Bad fan had met PC Semple through gay dating app Grindr for drug-fuelled sex before killing him, dismembering the body and trying to eat parts of his victim.They had taken crystal meth and played a sex game which involved Brizzi tightening a leash around his neck.Upon observing more religious traditions across the world, some western anthropologists began to also use the term in a very broad sense, to describe unrelated magico-religious practices found within the ethnic religions of other parts of Asia, Africa, Australasia and even completely unrelated parts of the Americas, as they believed these practices to be similar to one another.