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On Wednesday, November 18, German police arrested a 41-year-old man on suspicion of cannibalism after finding human bones completely stripped of flesh in a suburb of Berlin. It was reported that detectives were taken to the suspect’s apartment in Berlin by sniffing dogs after fleshless human bones were found in a park. The suspect, Stefan R – is not disclosed in police investigations under German secrecy laws, which is customary – teaches mathematics and chemistry at a secondary school in Pankow, Berlin’s most populous and second-largest district.

Stefan R Arrested & Charge

On Friday, November 20th, Berlin prosecutors said they were “investigating at full speed to shed light on sexual murder on suspicion of a history of cannibalism”. Studies also revealed that Stefan R was browsing cannibalism-related forums online. According to a report, police officers found a sack truck and a medical bone saw in his cellar as they passed the suspect’s house. They also found 25 kilograms (55 pounds) of sodium hydroxide, a highly caustic base, and alkali that decomposes proteins at normal ambient temperatures. In fact, a solution of this caustic base heated to 300 degrees Fahrenheit can supposedly transform a body into a mineral oil-like bronze liquid in just three hours. A large refrigerator was also found in the cellar, but it was empty.

According to prosecutor Martin Steltner, traces of blood were also found in the suspect’s flat. He added that the suspect has not yet commented on the charges. The alleged victim, Stefan Trogisch, was a 44-year-old powerline technician who was reported missing by housemates in early September after leaving his home shortly before midnight, and never returned. On November 8, a passerby stumbled over the bones in a park in Buch. A police officer told local media that a bone was “completely devoid of flesh” and there were other indications that made them “strongly suspect” that Trogisch was a “victim of the cannibals”.

Investigators reportedly received messages between the alleged murderer and victim on a dating website and convinced the police that they agreed to meet. According to reports, police investigators analyzed the victim’s cell phone data, allowing them to identify a taxi driver who took him to the suspect’s home.

This is not the first time that German police have seen such a thing. In 2013, Detlev Guenzel, a former German police officer, was convicted of murdering a businessman whom he met on a website for cannibalism fetishists. Guenzel strangled and dismembered the 59-year-old boy in a small bed and breakfast facility he operated in East Germany. Guenzel was sentenced to eight and a half years in prison, but prosecutors could not confirm that he actually ate the victim, despite the fact that some of his body parts were not found.

In 2006, Armin Meiwes, a former German computer repair technician nicknamed the “Rotenburg cannabis,” was sentenced to life in prison. Meiwes attracted a volunteer victim in 2001 – he posted an ad on the website The Cannibal Cafe (a defunct forum for people with a cannibalistic fetish) that was answered by Bernd Jürgen Armando Brandes. The two made a videotape showing Meiws cutting off Brandes’ penis (with his consent) and the two men trying to eat him together. Following this, Meiwes killed the victim, dismembered it, and ate the body in the freezer for the next ten months.