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Psychologist says Magnotta likely has personality disorder

Police are working as fast as they can identify the body parts delivered yesterday to two Vancouver schools.

Early Tuesday afternoon, a hand and a foot were sent to St George's junior school and False Creek elementary. 

Officials this morning say the packaging and addressing labels are similar to ones believed to be sent by Luka Magnotta last week to Liberal and Conservative party members.
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Dr. Michael Woodworth is a registered psychologist who studies psychopathic behaviour as a associate professor of psychology at UBC Okanagan.

He tells Daybreak host Chris Walker if Luka Magnotta is responsible for these crimes, he is likely diagnosable with a narcissistic, and possibly sadistic personality disorder. Woodworth also says that narcissism ironically may have lead to Magnotta's arrest in Germany.
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