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Now that it’s been determined that Rudy Eugene, the man who cannibalized another man in Florida, was not high on bath salts, some are speculating on what happened. Could it be that bath salts can’t be found in the system as readily as other drugs? Could Eugene’s outburst have been the result of untreated mental illness? Scientists are now starting to debate and speculate on what happened on that fateful day, leading to a national discussion about drug use, mental illness and efforts to sensationalize violence that occurs when something internal is out of whack.
The man whose v*****t attack on a homeless man in May began a series of zombie-like cannibalism cases was not high on the drug known as “bath salts”, as previously alleged.
A full toxicology report released by the Miami-Dade medical examiner Wednesday has confirmed that Rudy Eugene, who was s**t d**d by police while chewing on Ronald Poppo’s face, had only marijuana in his system at the time of the incident.