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Scenes from Luka Magnotta's arrest in Berlin

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This image, taken from CCTV obtained by Associated Press video, shows Luka Rocco Magnotta approaching the Internet café in the district of Neukoelln in Berlin, Germany, Monday June 4, 2012, where Kadir Anlayisli, who works in the café recognized him. “I looked at him and thought I knew him from somewhere, because I read newspapers every day,” Mr. Anlayisli said.

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This image shows Luka Rocco Magnotta entering the Internet café in the district of Neukoelln in Berlin, Germany, Monday, June 4, 2012,.

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This image shows Kadir Anlayisli, a café worker waiting for police in the doorway of the Internet café in the district of Neukoelln in Berlin, Germany, Monday, June 4, 2012, where Luka Rocco Magnotta was arrested.

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This image taken from CCTV obtained by Associated Press video shows police entering the Internet café in the district of Neukoelln in Berlin, Germany, Monday, June 4, 2012.

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This image taken from CCTV obtained by Associated Press video shows Luka Rocco Magnotta, 2nd left, being removed by police from the Internet café in the district of Neukoelln in Berlin, Germany, Monday, June 4, 2012.

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Members of the media stand outside the Internet café where Luka Rocco Magnottahe was recognize in the district of Neukoelln in Berlin, Germany, Monday, June 4, 2012. Kadir Anlayisli who works in the after hours liqueur and tobacco shop with Internet café, called a police man from outside saying he recognized Mr. Magnotta, who is wanted by Canadian authorities on first-degree murder and other charges. He is suspected of killing Jun Lin a 33-year-old Chinese university student he dated, and mailing Mr. Lin's body parts to Canadian political parties.

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Kadir Anlayisli stands next to the computer where he recognized Luka Rocco Magnotta at an Internet café in the district of Neukoelln in Berlin, Germany, Monday, June 4, 2012.

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