& # 39; Cannibal Assassin & # 39; & # 39; saw a friend's skull open to eat her brain, heart, and lung & # 39; while she was on parol

& # 39; Cannibal Assassin & # 39; stabbed & # 39; ex-girlfriend dead and then saw her open to eat her brain, heart, and lungs & # 39; while on conditional release for shooting another loved one

  • Joseph Oberhansley, 38, is accused of killing Tammy Jo Blanton, 46,
  • After he stabbed her to death, he would have cooked & eaten part of her brain & # 39;
  • He would also have eaten parts of her heart and lung
  • Oberhansley now claims that he is innocent and that the allegations & # 39; bull cr * p & # 39; to be
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A man accused of devouring his ex-girlfriend's brain, heart, and lung after opening her skull with a saw has called the case against him bull cr * p.

Joseph Oberhansley, 38, is accused of killing Tammy Jo Blanton, 46, at her home in Jeffersonville, Indiana, after he broke.

The so-called & # 39; cannibal killer & # 39; had previously admitted to the crimes, including & # 39; cooking and eating part of her brain & # 39; after his arrest in Jeffersonville, Indiana, Police said.

However, Oberhansley has the allegations against him & # 39; all bull cr * p lies & # 39; mentioned and insists that he is innocent.

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Joseph Oberhansley, 37, accused of killing his ex-girlfriend and eating some of her internal organs

Joseph Oberhansley, 37, accused of killing his ex-girlfriend and eating some of her internal organs

Allegedly he used an electric jigsaw to open Miss Blanton's skull and spot parts of her brain.

He would also have eaten part of the 46-year-old's heart and lung.

Tammy Jo & # 39; s allegations that he raped her the weekend before her murder were & # 39; bull nonsense lies & # 39 ;, he said.

In a 10-minute ration at a Clark County Court hearing, Oberhansley claimed that ex-girlfriend Miss Blanton became high and drunk and a lot of bull crap text messages.

Oberhansley also told the judge that he had found new evidence indicating his innocence.

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He suggested that detectives had missed the murder weapon because it was not the & # 39; cheap blade & # 39; could be that researchers found.

Oberhansley ignored his frustrated lawyers who warned him not to speak.

Tammy Jo Blanton, 46, was stabbed to death at her home in Jeffersonville, Indiana, after Oberhansley reportedly broke in

Tammy Jo Blanton, 46, was stabbed to death at her home in Jeffersonville, Indiana, after Oberhansley reportedly broke in

Tammy Jo Blanton, 46, was stabbed to death at her home in Jeffersonville, Indiana, after Oberhansley reportedly broke in

The judge warned him to keep his remarks for his trial.

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But then Oberhansley brutally tried to hold a press conference on his way out of court before the deputies of the sheriff led him away.

In October 2017, Oberhansley was found mentally not competent to be tried.

But a judge decided last November that he was fit after a doctor discovered that his competence had been restored in a psychiatric hospital.

Tammy Jo was found with parts of her skull removed under a vinyl camping tent draped over her bath in September 2014.

Police also found a & # 39; sign with what looked like skull bone and blood & # 39 ;.

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A skillet, tongs with blood on the handles and the tissue lay in the garbage can.

An autopsy revealed that she died of multiple stab wounds and missed parts of her heart, lungs, and brain.

At the time of the murder, Oberhansley was quite conditional because of the fatal shooting of his girlfriend Sabrina Elder, 17, in a drug-driven jealous rage in 1998.

He also shot his mother in the back and shot his sister before hiding the gun under his chin and pulling the trigger to give himself a & # 39; partial lobotomy & # 39; to give.

After the frenzy in Oberhansley, prosecutor Jeremy Mull said: & Well, I certainly make notes of everything he says.

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& # 39; And if there is evidence that conflicts with the things he is presenting now, presented during the trial, I will certainly have these things to refer to. & # 39;

The Oberhansley lawsuit begins on August 19.

& # 39; He will not be allowed to disrupt the process & # 39 ;, said Mr. Mull news channel WAVE 3.

& # 39; He has been given some leeway during the hearings. But as soon as the trial starts, I am convinced that this judge will continue the trial without interruption. & # 39;

Oberhansley is confronted with a life in prison without conditional release if he is convicted.

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