Investigators haven’t given a possible motive in the slaying. In a separate case on May 19, police said Kinyua beat a man with a baseball bat on Morgan State’s campus, fracturing his skull and making him lose sight in one eye. Kinyua was free on $220,000 bail in that case. He is now being held without bond on a murder charge.
In February, Kinyua posted a question on Facebook, asking fellow students at historically black colleges and universities if they were “strong enough to endure ritual HBCU mass human sacrifices around the country and still be able to function as human beings?”
A spokeswoman for U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement said Agyei-Kodi came to the United States on a student visa but was not in compliance with the visa’s terms. He was ordered removed from the country by an immigration judge in 2010 and was under ICE’s supervision pending removal to Ghana. The agency had been waiting for documents from Ghana before returning him to the country.
He should have been deported back to Ghana, but Ghana didn’t want him back. That explains the “waiting for the documents from Ghana” business. While was under “ICE supervision,” (yeah right), he whacked another man with a baseball bat causing him to go blind in one eye, and he still got bail. And while he was out on bail from that, while still under “ICE supervision,” he committed an act of cannibalism.
He was in the ROTC program and they bounced him out. That’s a surprise to me — This is the kind of diversity that the military just can’t do without, that we’re supposed to overlook closet jihadists like Nidal Hasan to preserve.