1 Boy 2 Kittens
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1 Boy 2 Kittens, also known as 1 Lunatic 2 Kittens, is a shock video created by Luka Magnotta (who would later become infamous for 1 Lunatic 1 Ice Pick) in which he suffocates and kills two kittens. The video starts with two live kittens on a bed, which he brought from a pet store, while Christmas music plays. When he finishes petting the kittens, he puts the kittens into a vacuum bag and starts vacuuming the air out of it. Magnotta then turns off the vacuum to show the kittens meowing their last meow; they then die afterward of asphyxiation. He takes the dead kittens out of the bag and starts to play with them. Magnotta continued to upload photos and videos of himself playing and doing sexual acts with the kittens.
And again, he later filmed another video quite similar to 1 Boy 2 Kittens. The footage was labeled "Python vs Kitten," and as the title suggests, the footage shows a kitten getting choked to death by a Python. The snake in the video was Luka's pet. This video did gain a lot of notoriety but didn't become as infamous as the 1 Boy 2 Kittens video.
The Hunt for the Killer
After the video was released, groups of people started looking for who the creator was, which was still unknown at the time. A Facebook group was created with plenty of people compiling evidence about who the supposed killer was. People also started posting videos to YouTube both theorizing who the killer was and recruiting people to help. Once 1 Lunatic 1 Ice Pick was released, where Magnotta murdered a Canadian student Jun Lin who was born in Wuhan, China, the killer was found to be Luka Rocco Magnotta.
In Popular Culture
On December 4, 2019, a trailer dropped for a Netflix documentary titled Don't F**k With Cats: Hunting an Internet Killer. The Netflix series retells, with users from the Facebook group, the whole story of 1 Boy 2 Kittens and 1 Lunatic 1 Ice Pick, and the group's hunt to find out who the culprit was. This documentary also brought a resurgence of popularity to this shock video. The film released on December 18, 2019.
On December 31, 2019, Luka Magnotta's alleged Twitter account was hacked; this user proceeded to release information tied to the account. Later on, the user used the account to post Antifascist content.
- Further Reading: http://rollingstone.com/culture/culture-news/animal-instinct-how-cat-loving-sleuths-found-an-accused-killer-sadist-111273/
- netflix.com/title/81031373 Contains portions of the shock video.
- Luka Magnotta's website: web.archive.org/web/20121213073129/luka-magnotta.com/