A Louisiana man has been charged over allegations that he used Grindr to attack unsuspecting gay men – one of whom was accused of horrific torture … almost to death.
The suspect’s name is Seneca opportunity, Who was arrested last summer due to the alleged incidents – which the authorities say amount to 3 … an attempted kidnapping and two actual kidnappings … one of them suffocated an 18-year-old man and exposed him to cut the wrist to the bone in what appears to be a horror movie.
According to newly released documents dealing with the bloody details he got The Daily Adverter, Prosecutors allege that Seneca – who is 19 – admitted to using Grindr as a “hunting ground” to lure gay youth into his father’s home, claiming that he planned to kill them and use their body parts as “prizes” and food. “
Prosecutors say Seneca tried on June 19 to kidnap a man he met on Grindr but failed – only to successfully kidnap another later that night. It’s unclear what Seneca might do with this man, but the next day … he allegedly picked up his third and final victim.
Can happen Holden White From Kaplan, Los Angeles – whose name was publicly released and his family attempted it collecting money, Saying he lost use of his hands.
As for what Seneca claimed to do … it’s horrific. Prosecutors say Seneca picked up Holden and took him to his father’s property … where they would be on their own. Once there, prosecutors say Seneca made Holden handcuff, then drew a pistol towards him.
He allegedly then brought him to the bathroom, where prosecutors said he strangled Holden from behind until he fainted … only to put him in the bathtub and proceed to pierce his wrists with a knife – until he stopped when he saw the bones and panicked.
Seneca returned to his senses, called the cops himself and allegedly tried to enter a mental institution. Holden came up at one point, and he claimed Seneca said, “Let’s go … I free you.” Officers finally arrived and saw the bloody chaos.
Holden was taken to hospital, and Seneca was arrested. At the state level, he faces an attempted murder and a hate crime charge – he pleaded not guilty to the former. Federally, he’s facing more … another hate crime charge, kidnapping charges and more.
If found guilty, Seneca faces plenty of time in prison – at least 25+ years.