A meat packing plant in texas is being investigated by local authorities as one of their employees is suspected of murdering a tragic 71 coworkers during his 17 years at the slaughterhouse, reports the Dallas Telegraph.
The discovery of human bones in the neighborhood rendering plant which recycles slaughterhouse byproducts had raised the alarm and forced local authorities to crack down on potential suspects.
Jeremiah Burroughs, who is a Gulf war veteran, is suspected of suffering from PTSD syndrome and of extreme paranoia, explains police officer Emet Rubbens.
“We have no idea why he committed these atrocious crimes, there seems to lack a motive. What is most distressing is how he got away with these atrocious crimes for such a long period of time.
It seems he just processed his victims meat as he would’ve done with any other cow. His victims all disappeared somewhere in the meat packing process” he expressed with disgust.
“It’s not an easy job, so we’re used to seeing people come in a few days and quit without notice” explains the meat packing plant manager, Alan Longspan. “Never did we realize that they had been murdered and processed as food” he told reporters, still visibly under shock.
Under current state law and if convicted, Burroughs could be sentenced to the capital punishment by the Texas Department of Criminal Justice (TDCJ), believe experts.
CULLED FROM WORLD NEWS DAILY REPORTS