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    Default Florida People Doing Florida Things Thread

    Florida never lets us down in the news, so I thought they deserved their own thread.

    Florida man reaches inside woman and disembowels her for uttering ex’s name during sex

    A Florida man was charged with murder over the weekend after he admitted that he disemboweled his girlfriend because she blurted out her ex-husband’s name while they were having sex.

    Sunrise police responded to a 911 from Fidel Lopez at around 3:39 a.m. on Sunday and found his girlfriend Maria Nemeth’s naked body on the floor, the Sun Sentinel reported.

    An arrest report said that blood and tissue were found scattered throughout the couple’s apartment, and blood was smeared on the walls. The bathroom door had been ripped off the hinges. Police also found a bottle of tequila and cut limes in the kitchen.

    Neighbors told officers that loud noise could be heard coming from the home for several hours.

    During initial questioning, Lopez claimed that the two were having rough sex when Nemeth went into the bathroom, vomited and then died.

    Lopez later admitted that he had become a “monster” when Nemeth twice uttered her ex-husband’s name during sex. He said that he had inserted a beer bottle and a curling iron in Nemeth’s vagina and anus. Lopez suggested that she had been too intoxicated to resist, according to WFOR.

    He said that he then inserted both fists, before putting his arm in her up the elbow and ripping out intestinal matter. Lopez told authorities that he had a cigarette after disemboweling Nemeth, and after he finished it she had stopped breathing.

    Sunrise police arrested Lopez on charges of first-degree murder.
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    Thanks for starting this Methais. I live a few miles away from Sunrise and completely agree Florida deserves it's own thread. This story ranks right up there with the Miami guy a year or so ago who was high on bath salts and chewed another guy's face off. This stuff happens so often in Florida, the local newspapers even have a section called FloriDUH to report it.

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    And people wonder why I want to leave Florida so fucking badly.
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    And people say we shouldn't hang people any more.

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    "Fidel Lopez"

    Trump ought to have fun with that one.

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    What ya wanna bet the 'family' in your avatar is also from Florida?
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    Quote Originally Posted by subzero View Post
    "Fidel Lopez"

    Trump ought to have fun with that one.
    Not Mexican. Probably Puerto Rican or Cuban. Asshole giving us Carribeans a bad name. :-/
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ltlprprincess View Post
    Not Mexican. Probably Puerto Rican or Cuban. Asshole giving us Carribeans a bad name. :-/
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    Three teens died after being hypnotized by their principal. Now their families are getting $200,000 each.
    By Emma Brown October 7 at 8:19 PM

    A Florida school board will pay $600,000 to settle a stranger-than-fiction case involving a principal who hypnotized dozens of students, including three who died shortly after being put under, according to the Herald-Tribune newspaper.

    George Kenney, the well-liked principal of North Port High in Sarasota County, was known for his interest in hypnosis. He hypnotized anxious students to help them relax and anxious athletes to help them perform better.

    School district officials warned Kenney not to hypnotize students unless he did so as a demonstration in psychology classes. But he continued to hypnotize young people outside of class with parent permission, the Tampa Bay Times reported.

    And some families said the sessions helped. As the Herald-Tribune reported in 2011:

    Brett Wilson, the father of North Port senior Casey Wilson, said Kenney’s hypnosis has helped his son relax when shooting free throws on the basketball court and taking tests. Kenney did not charge for the numerous sessions with Casey, Wilson said.

    “We basically worked with him on a focus-type of thing, on foul shooting and anxiety,” Wilson said. “He would sit with him and relax him, and say things like, ‘See yourself making a free throw.’ It worked wonders. And his test scores have come up on the ACT.”

    But on April 8, 2011, 16-year-old Wesley McKinley was found dead in a vacant home near his family’s house. Kenney admitted to hypnotizing the teenager three times, including the day before McKinley committed suicide.

    Within a matter of weeks, an investigation had been launched, and Kenney had admitted to hypnotizing not only McKinley but more than 70 other students and staff. Two other students who had been hypnotized by the principal had also died.

    Marcus Freeman, 16, died in a fatal car accident in March 2011 after he hypnotized himself using techniques he learned from Kenney, according to the Herald-Tribune. And in May of the same year, Brittany Palumbo, 17, hanged herself; Kenney had hypnotized her to help her deal with test anxiety.

    Kenney was placed on administrative leave in 2011 and was eventually charged with two misdemeanors, including practicing hypnosis without a license. He pleaded no contest, served a year of probation and gave up his teaching license, according to the Herald-Tribune. He now runs an inn in North Carolina, according to the inn’s website and online records. Kenney did not respond to a phone call and an e-mail seeking comment.

    In 2012, families of the deceased students each filed a wrongful-death civil suit against the school board, alleging that school officials had failed to do enough to stop Kenney from hypnotizing students.

    Each family will each receive $200,000 under the settlement approved Tuesday by Sarasota County’s school board, the Herald-Tribune newspaper reported. The school board members are “just happy to put this behind them,” their lawyer Art Hardy told the paper.

    A lawyer for the families of the deceased teens told the Herald-Tribune that they hadn’t sued the school district for money, but to ensure that the school district would be more vigilant in the future. “It’s something they will never get over,” said the lawyer, Damian Mallard. “It’s probably the worst loss that can happen to a parent is to lose a child, especially needlessly because you had someone who decided to perform medical services on kids without a license. … He altered the underdeveloped brains of teenagers, and they all ended up dead because of it.”

    There is no clear link between hypnosis and suicide. But hypnotizing someone with underlying mental health issues can cause problems, the Tampa Bay Times reported in 2011:

    “If a student or person is needing something to help them relax, there is usually some underlying issue causing that anxiety and they probably should see a mental health professional,” says Richard Spana, a Tampa psychologist.

    “The issue in working with hypnosis is that there can be latent things that are triggered, like past experiences and memories, and the patient can have a bad reaction,” Spana said. “Does hypnosis cause suicide in and of itself? That’s not really likely. Can it trigger some sort of mental health problem that was dormant? Yes.”
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    Teens depressed - get hypnotized - kill themselves - hypnotizing killed them

    is probably more like

    Teens depressed - get hypnotized - kill themselves - underlying depression killed them

    How did they determine the one who died in the car accident hypnotized himself, anyway? You can't dust for hypnosis.
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