Miami Cannibal Attack Photos Are Real! Jackson Memorial Hospital Investigating The Release of The Poppo Face Injury Photos


The photos of Ronald Poppo showing the injuries to his face that have been widely available on the internet for days are real.  Personally I thought they were fakes — but it turns out they are the real deal.  You can do a google image  search or just click here.

The graphic photos of the Miami Cannibal attack show in graphic detail the serious injuries that Ronald Poppo sustained .  the photos are close-ups of ronald Poppo’s head and so the extent of flesh that was eaten by the Miami Cannibal, Rudy Eugene.

Ronald Poppo was brutally attacked for over 18 minutes by Rudy Eugene, better known as the Miami Cannibal, or the South Beach Cannibals.  It has been rumored the the the Miami Cannibal was high on Bath Salts which could have triggered his cannibalistic flesh-eating behavior.  Some family members and friends believe that Rudy Eugene a Haitian, was under a voodoo spell that turned him into a flesh-eating zombie.

Jackson Memorial Hospital  has a stellar reputation and is a teaching hospital affiliated with the University of Miami.  According to Wikipedia:

“… Jackson Memorial Hospital  is a non-profit, tertiary care teaching hospital and the major teaching hospital of the University of Miami Leonard M. Miller School of Medicine in Miami, Florida. It is located in the Miami neighborhood of the Civic Center and is owned and operated by Miami-Dade County through the Public Health Trust, and is supported by Miami-Dade County residents through a half-cent sales tax.  Jackson Memorial Hospital is directly served by the Metrorail rapid transit system at the Civic Center Station.

Located in the Civic Center, in the Northwest quadrant of the intersection of I-95 and FL-836, the hospital is the center of a thriving medical center that includes the Miami VA Medical Center, the University of Miami Hospital (formerly Cedars of Lebanon Medical Center), and the University of Miami Miller School of Medicine, with its numerous research affiliates and laboratories – including the Miami Project to Cure Paralysis, the UM/Sylvester Comprehensive Cancer Center, the world-renowned Bascom Palmer Eye Institute and Anne Bates Leach Eye Hospital, the Diabetes Research Foundation and the National Parkinson Foundation. The Miami-Dade Justice Center and Miami-Dade County Jail are also within a few blocks of the hospital. It is readily accessible via the Civic Center Station of the Miami MetroRail.

It is the third-largest public hospital and third-largest teaching hospital in the United States. With more than 1,550 beds, it is a referral center, a magnet for research and home to the Ryder Trauma Center – the only Level 1 Adult and Pediatric trauma center in Miami-Dade. Jackson Memorial is the centerpiece of the Jackson Health System, operated by the Miami-Dade County Public Health Trust. The Jackson Health System also includes Jackson North Medical Center (formerly Parkway Regional Medical Center) in North Miami, which is the teaching hospital of the new Florida International University Herbert Wertheim College of Medicine, Jackson South Community Hospital (formerly Deering Hospital) in Perrine, FL, Holtz Children’s Hospital, Jackson Rehabilitation Hospital and Jackson Mental Health Hospital….

In 2007, four University of Miami specialties Jackson Memorial Hospital were ranked among the best in the country by U.S. News & World Report. The University of Miami Bascom Palmer Eye Institute was ranked as the best Ophtalmologic center in the U.S. Jackson Memorial’s Ear, Nose and Throat was ranked 17th, while the digestive disorders and kidney disease programs were ranked 32nd.  JMH is home to Holtz Children’s Hospital, which has 254 licensed beds and cares for children—newborn to 21 years old—with everything from common ailments to multi-organ transplants. Holtz was ranked among the top hospitals in treating child kidney disorders.  The UM/Jackson Memorial Burn Center is a regional referral center…”





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