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Man decapitates himself with chainsaw

A man cut off his own head with a chainsaw after stabbing his 70-year-old father to death in their apartment in the German city of Cologne, police said.

The body of the offender, 24, was found headless when police raced to the apartment after an emergency call, apparently from the dying father, had been broken off in mid-sentence.

Alf Willwacher, a senior prosecutor, said an electric chainsaw was next to the son's body.

"We do not believe any third party was involved,'' he said.

Neighbours said the father and son had been reclusive since the death of the mother, allegedly by suicide, several years ago.

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Without those darn crazy gun-control laws in Germany this would have never happened.

The Germans will next legislate knife control and chainsaw control laws.

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Without those darn crazy gun-control laws in Germany this would have never happened.

The Germans will next legislate knife control and chainsaw control laws.

And it is all Bush's fault..somehow.

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How do you cut your own head off with a chainsaw? I guess it is easier than with an axe or something more manual in nature but you would have to really put some thought into that. Maybe someone could create a Rube Goldberg device for self decapitation with a chainsaw.

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How do you cut your own head off with a chainsaw? I guess it is easier than with an axe or something more manual in nature but you would have to really put some thought into that. Maybe someone could create a Rube Goldberg device for self decapitation with a chainsaw.

Tape the trigger and lay down and let it fall. The teeth on a chainsaw look to have a tough time with wood. But with flesh, no problem. Just rent Scarface....... :puke:

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