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A Louisiana man who allegedly kidnapped and attempted to murder gay teens in the style of Jeffrey Dahmer has been sentenced to 45 years in prison. Chance Seneca, 21, used the dating app Grindr and Snapchat to lure victims into meeting him with the goal of “murdering and dismembering” them. He pleaded guilty in September to his cruel crime.
Seneca reportedly spent months trying to perfect a murder-kidnapping modus operandi to mirror Dahmer’s. The infamous serial killer targeted gay men, killed them and ate their remains. Seneca’s first victim was 18-year-old Holden White, whom he successfully persuaded to accompany him before stabbing him multiple times.
“The facts of this case are truly shocking, and the defendant’s decision to specifically target gay men is a disturbing reminder of the unique prejudices and dangers facing the LGBTQ+ community today,” said Assistant Attorney General Kristen Clarke.
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The age of Chance Seneca is 21 years.
Chance Seneca attempted Jeffrey Dahmer-style murder-kidnapping of Holden White
On June 19, 2020, Seneca, who is also gay, took El White’s victim to an isolated home in Lafayette Parish. Upon arrival, he pulled out a gun and forced the victim into handcuffs. Seneca repeatedly stabbed, strangled and beat White until he believed the 18-year-old was dead. “Seneca then attempted to dismember him,” the Justice Department wrote in a press release, the Daily Mail revealed.
However, although he originally intended to commit more crimes, Seneca later called the Lafayette police and confessed to killing a man. He even suggested that the police admit him to a mental institution, according to an affidavit. A hammer, a saw and an ice pack were found at the crime scene. Fortunately, White managed to survive his life-threatening injuries. The 18-year-old then spent days in a coma and nearly a month in the hospital.
Police later learned that White was not Seneca’s first victim. Apparently, he had used the dating app to meet another gay man the night before, but ultimately let him live. White attended Seneca’s hearing and spoke about the night of terror and the lingering physical and mental pain from the attack. He also revealed that the attack resulted in a loss of feeling in his left hand, according to The Advocate.
White even posted an update on Facebook about Seneca’s sentencing, writing: “45 years.” Having said this, he feels that the prayer is too light. “I am afraid for myself and for other future victims that I may harm,” White said. “I’m afraid that an 18-year-old like me will change his life forever because of one date… I don’t need anyone to get hurt like I did.”Read More…..