A Louisiana man admitted attempting to murder and dismember a gay man he met on LGBT dating grindr, according to a expression by the US Attorney General.
Holden White was hospitalized with serious wounds after he went on his first date with Chance Seneca, who is now 21.
has white said that he interacted with Seneca without red flags for a month prior to the attack on June 20, 2020, which nearly cost him his life.
“He left the room to get something and then he came back. And when he came back, he stood behind me and wrapped a string around my neck,” White said.
Seneca choked White so violently that the blood vessels in his face burst and he passed out.
“The next thing I remember I was in the bath and he cut my left wrist open,” said White, who said he was also naked at the time.
The man passed out while Seneca watched him. He said that he remembered being stabbed in the neck.
He went into a coma and woke up in a hospital three days later. He was told that Seneca called the police and told them he had killed a man. White had six stab wounds to his neck and his hands were nearly sawed off.
“Seneca admitted that he planned to murder and dismember HW to satisfy his murderous urges and planned to continue killing until he was caught or killed.” read the Attorney General’s statement.
Seneca pleaded guilty to kidnapping under a plea agreement. He faces life imprisonment and is scheduled to be sentenced on January 25, 2023. He could also face hate crime charges.
White said his life’s mission is to make sure Seneca stays behind bars to prevent him from hurting anyone else.
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https://www.theblaze.com/news/louisiana-grindr-gay-attempted-murder Louisiana man admits trying to murder and dismember gay man he met on LGBT dating app Grindr