Ronald Poppo

Surveillance video from the nearby Miami Herald building captured Eugene confronting Poppo, then trying to pull off Poppo's
"Bosh's sinews know nothing of mammalian weakness," claims, a companion site to the film. That sounds about
It's been a wild year in the Magic City -- to that your HuffPost Miami editors will attest. We finally learned about the
In the granddaddy of all bath salts-induced atrocities, speculation spread wildly that a Miami man, Rudy Eugene, had taken
“For a very short amount of time I thought he was a good guy,” Poppo said in the interview, which was conducted July 19. “But
"This subject is of great concern to hospitals. Some of the symptoms presented with the use of [bath salts] are similar to
Doctors said last month that the "extremely charming" patient is coping "remarkably well" after the attack, which ended when
In the months following Rudy Eugene's face-mauling attack on Ronald Poppo on Memorial Day weekend, the question remains: Why
Toxicology reports released last week by the Miami-Dade Medical Examiner found that there were no traces of bath salts in the body of Rudy Eugene, the "Miami Cannibal" who attacked 65-year-old Ronald Poppo under the MacArthur Causeway on May 26.
Rudy Eugene, 31, was killed by a Miami Police officer May 26 as he savagely attacked homeless resident Ronald Poppo on a