A German mathematics and chemistry teacher, identified as Stephen R., was charged with murder on Tuesday after the death of his lover in September last year.
The 41-year-old man was charged with the murder of 43-year-old Stephen Trogush, whom he met on an online dating site. In the trial, the prosecution revealed that the teacher not only killed his gay lover but also ate his body parts later.
The suspect allegedly stabbed her boyfriend when they met for sex at his apartment in Berlin’s Panko district. He ate some parts of the victim’s body and the rest were scattered in different parts of the city.
According to the sunTrogush’s flat mates reported him missing on September 5, and it only began on November 8 when parts of his body changed. Walkers spotted a leg bone in a park near the Shunerlander Chosi area. Police also found the remains with rotten tissue in Panko Boro and from there they were able to identify the body and trace the accused to the incident.
Authorities then raided Stephen R. K.’s apartment in November, where they found 25 kilograms of sodium hydroxide, which is “used to dissolve human tissue.” They also saw knives and saws and found traces of blood in the basement. He was then arrested on November 18 and charged with murder on May 18, 2021.
Several parts of the victim’s body have been recovered, except for his masculinity, which has not yet been found. It is said that before he met Trotsky, Stephen R. had seen the words “longpacks” and “fat and slaughtering people.”
However, when questioned about the murder of accused Mathis Shirtz, the defendant refused to cooperate. “He will not be involved at this time,” Christina Beowell, one of his defense lawyers, told the court.
The absence of the accused forced the judge to suspend the trial on August 17. Negotiations will reportedly last for 25 days before the October 21 decision. ٹروگش۔