Suspect in murder of Ivy League tyro done disturbing comments

A 20-year-old-man suspected of murdering his friend, 19-year-old University of Pennsylvania tyro Blaze Bernstein, voiced aroused thoughts on social media, according to a new report.

Samuel Lincoln Woodward was arrested Friday, 3 days after Bernstein’s physique was found buried in a shoal grave in an Orange County park.

Woodward, who attended the Orange County School of the Arts with Bernstein, shielded the Confederate dwindle and voiced an affinity for weapons on social media, CBS Los Angeles reported.

On one site, he called the Confederate dwindle a pitch of Southern honour and not hate, according to the report.

High school classmate arrested in killing of Ivy League teen

On another, he pronounced that if he were stranded on a forlorn island he would wish “The Bible and a Colt .45.”


Samuel Lincoln Woodward, 20 was arrested in the killing of 19-year-old Blaze Bernstein.

(Orange County Sheriff’s Department/AP)

When asked what new ability he would like to learn, Woodward replied “Waterboarding,” according to the report.

It’s not transparent if his answers were frank or if he was joking around.

In another sell about human cloning, Woodward wrote, “Just one of me in the universe is already bad enough,” CBS Los Angeles reported.

Friend seen with Blaze Bernstein seemed shaken articulate to cops

An unknown print at one indicate pronounced that Woodward was aroused and that it frightened them.

University of Pennsylvania tyro Blaze Bernstein, 19, went blank on Jan. 2, 2018, while home in Southern California on winter break. His physique was found Jan. 9 in a brush surrounding a area park in the Foothill Ranch area of the city of Lake Forest, and his death is being investigated as a homicide.


Woodward replied, “I wouldn’t fight anybody unless they pounded me.”

Woodward seemed shaken while speaking to police, and had “dirt under the fingernails” on both hands, according to a hunt aver confirmation obtained by the Orange County Register.

When asked where the mud came from, Woodward pronounced he “fell into a mud puddle,” according to the newspaper.

University of Pennsylvania tyro found passed in California

He had scratches and abrasions on his hands which he pronounced were from a “fight club” that he took partial in.

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