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'Walking Dead' fan kills 'zombie' friend

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A New Mexico man who had been watching the hit TV series The Walking Dead beat his friend to death because he believed the victim was turning into a zombie, police said on Monday (October 26).

Damon Perry, 23, of Prewitt, New Mexico, is charged with murder after allegedly attacking Christopher Paquin, also 23, with kicks, punches, sharp-edged objects, and items including a guitar and a microwave oven, police said.

http://cnnphilippine...New-Mexico.html

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bubblykiss

Never been drunk enough to use a microwave as a weapon.

And I have been pretty drunk before.

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Sweetpumper

Welcome to NM.

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little_dreamer

Welcome to NM.

For real.

I'm guessing drugs and/or mental illness.

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Imaginarynumber1

This story is more entertaining than the dismal trainwreck the show has become.

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Sundew

People are going nuts. And it doesn't help if someone has drug, alcohol or mental issues, (i.e. things that change one's perception of reality) is watching these unnerving horror shows.

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CrimsonKing

Well it started off by blaming Marilyn Manson songs,then Grand Theft Auto games,now days it's just blame everything every bats*** crazy person does on something other than that person...

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supervike

I guess the headline DRUNK IDIOT BEATS FRIEND TO DEATH wouldn't have made national news...

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