Seeing as Luka will probably be out of the news for a while (unless something big breaks with this case). I wanted to put some Links up that lead to Luka’s Facebook, his Twitter and his Flickr accounts. Are they still up because of “the innocent until proven guilty theory” or is there some other reason they have not been disabled?

Sept 25, 2012 … I just noticed Luka’s Facebook account is gone from online.

Nov 13, 2012 … I noticed Luka’s Twitter account has recent activity … someone knows his password.

Are the Police hoping for someone other than Luka to log into those accounts? Also note that in the pictures posted to his Flickr account, some of the pictures match from the Crime Scene … including the ones of Luka posing in front of the Casablanca poster in the murder video.

Then there is this story HERE about Luka’s sick wack-job fans liking him on Facebook. The administrator of the fan site is 21-year-old super fan Destiney St. Denis who hails from Saskatoon, she goes on to say about the murder video:

 “I have seen the video over 20 times. I do think that was him, and I liked it. He is inspirational because he is not afraid to be himself.”

Well it looks like Destiney is having a change of heart and is now apologizing for her Luka Magnotta fan site HERE. Her parents must be thinking WTF.

After reading this news story HERE, I personally believe the gentleman Antonio Minakakis 30 who was involved with Luka in the fraud charges back in 2005 knows more about Luka Magnotta than most. Luka Magnotta was also charged with a sexual assault offence committed against the victim.

Magnotta was alleged to have impersonated this woman and used her identity to obtain an American Express card which Luka and his friend used to purchase almost $17,000 in electronic equipment. When he was arrested police seized a television, DVD player, speakers and 2 cellphones. Luka was charged with 4 counts of of personation with intent, 6 counts of possession of stolen property, committing fraud over $5,000, and one charge of sexual assault. Although the crown withdrew most of the charges, Eric was convicted on three counts of fraud under $5,000 and one count of personation with intent for fraudulently obtaining the credit card.

Since I started this blog back in mid June, I want to update this today Sun. June 24 and add what I personally found on RipOff Report and think it might be relevant to this case. Here it goes … on Mon. Sept. 14, 2011. someone named Lorenz S posted THIS to RipOff Report. It appears to be the same Lorenz S who again posted THIS on Nov. 13, 2011 then posted THIS on Sat. March 24, 2012 and likely created THIS. Luka has been known to use Lorenz S as a sock puppet name. Now I don’t know if this is the same guy that Luka was charged with back in 2005, but if it is, that was 6 long years ago.

One of the quotes from the first response to the RipOff Report came the next day from a Tony Minakakis (not sure if it is the real Minakakis as it is the Internet) – This is a hoax post in which the person who has copied and pasted it from previous posts they’ve made on multiple websites with slight modifications to seem more believable in respect to the type of audience this website has.” … it sounds very similar to a quote taken from one of Magnotta’s websites “Many hoax websites are created using my image, posing as me to seem more believable in respect to the type of audience these websites have.”

Now what I find really strange is, on May 24, 2012 at 2:15 am, someone posted THIS on RipOff Report about Luka, then at 10:15 am, someone posted THIS … both on the day of the murder! and then both were responded to on May 25, 2012. Who did all these postings about Luka on the day of the murder … Luka himself?

If you look at the responses in the first 2:15 am post you will find some more interesting information.

The first response is a negative one about linking Luka to kitten killings in Vancouver. The second response is a positive one saying Luka is being stalked. The third response posted on the 25th is negative again with a link to a Facebook page created on May 24, 2012 called Find Serial Killer Luka Magnotta. The fourth response is again positive posted on the 25th linking to a Facebook page HERE created on Dec. 2, 2011 in the UK (the SAME DAY the Python Christmas video was uploaded). Whoever created that Facebook page also created this website HERE which states Luka Magnotta is NOT the kitten killer everyone is accusing.

The 3rd and 4th responses, one negative and one positive are from the same person Tony Luciforia, who also responded negative to the 10:15 am RipOff Report post. After taking all this in … all these postings on the day of the murder, makes me wonder … this is too close to the time of the murder to not mean something.

I also want to stress, I do not believe Antonio Minakakis is involved with the death of Jun Lin, just that he knows more about Luka Magnotta than most. I have written more about these murder day RipOff report postings in a post of it’s own HERE.


This is Luka puppet posting on Oct. 19, 2010 as Hollywood30 and hinting that he had moved to France telling people that Its too bad Luka cant even have a facebook account because stalkers

Luka Rocco Magnotta’s Facebook page is NOT HERE anymore.

Sept 25, 2012 … I just noticed Luka’s Facebook account is gone from online.