Monday, May 9, 2011

Meth cooks almost burn themselves to death inside hospital

Posted By on Mon, May 9, 2011 at 9:37 AM

click to enlarge Heisenberg would never set himself on fire.
  • Heisenberg would never set himself on fire.

Whenever anyone I know mentions fear over the crime rate in this town, there's a common thread. They aren't ever worried about personal safety because of the criminals' willingness to be violent, and talk of how race and class factor into the equation is almost never included. No, most of my friends allow themselves to get worried because Kansas City's criminals are so very very stupid. 


Take the two meth cooks who almost killed themselves earlier this morning while cooking in an abandoned hospital. 

The unidentified men were cooking in the Trinity Luthern Hospital on 31st and Baltimore when something went wrong, and one of them accidentally set himself on fire. Police were called around 9 a.m. and arrived to find the two men. They took the injured one to the hospital. They were still searching the building for the man's partner and cooking equipment when police released details this morning,

So, meth face and a horribly burned body. He's going to win some beauty contests, this boy is.


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