Animal Instinct: How Cat-Loving Sleuths Found an Accused Killer Sadist

It’s five o’clock in the morning on May 26th, 2012, and John Green’s iPhone is buzzing with an incoming Facebook message.

“Hey, you might want to see this video,” it reads. “I think it’s that Luka guy you’ve been looking for.” 

Still under his covers, Green clicks on the link.

A man is laying face up tied spread eagle to a bed. He is nude, with a video camera positioned between his feet. New Order‘s “True Faith” is playing. A poster for the movie Casablanca hangs above the man’s head, which is shrouded with a white cloth. And a figure in dark clothing is standing next to him. The figure leans over the man and touches his blindfold. The video cuts. The dark figure is now straddling the man.

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Seconds later, the figure gets up, and the bound man

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