Man stabbed his ex-girlfriend with 25 stabbings into his home
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A man in the United States was recently sentenced to life for killing his ex-girlfriend and eating part of his body Imprisonment without parole.
According to the British”Daily Mail” report, the incident occurred in southern Indiana. On the morning of September 11, 2014, a 46-year-old woman, Tammy Brandon, was found dead in her home. Severe disability, with more than 25 stab wounds and multiple blunt injuries.
An autopsy revealed that part of the victim’s skull was removed. At the scene, the police found a plate suspected of containing a skull, a frying pan, blood stained tongs and some tissues in the trash can.
The deceased’s ex-boyfriend, 36-year-old Joseph Oberhansley, was detained at the scene of the crime. When questioned at the police station, he stated that when he arrived at Tammy’s house at about 4 a.m. that day, there were two African-American men in the house. He was knocked down by the two thugs and did not wake up until the police arrived. Joseph claimed that the two men of African descent were the real killers of his ex-girlfriend. However, the police said that Joseph had previously pleaded guilty and admitted that after killing Tammy, he”cooked part of her brain and ate it.”
The witnesses who appeared in court to testify included two police officers who went to the victim’s home for investigation on the day of the crime and a 911 operator who received a call to the police before Tammy died. The operator said that Tammy said on the phone that his ex-boyfriend Joseph tried to break into the home and felt very scared. The police who arrested Joseph told the jurors that they found a knife and a brass knuckle device in the suspect’s pocket with blood stains and blond hair.
This is not the first time Joseph has been involved in a murder case. He shot and killed his 17-year-old girlfriend Sabrina Elder in 1998 because of jealousy after taking poison.
Because this”cranial-opening and brain-cooking” case was widely reported by southern Indiana media, the jurors came from Allen County in the northeastern part of the state. The suspect was convicted of murder and burglary on the 18th of last month. As the prosecutor gave up seeking the death penalty last year, the Clark Circuit Court Judge Vicki Kamelke sentenced Joseph Oberhans on the recommendation of the jury. Lee is imprisoned for life.