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Autopsy of Luis Romero, the prisoner who was beheaded by Jaime Osuna

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Jaime Osuna beheaded Luis Romero (PHOTO: California Departament of Corrections and Rehabilitation)
  • Luis Romero was Osuna’s cellmate.
  • Osuna was known as the ‘man with a thousand faces’.
  • He attacked his partner mercilessly.

Jaime Osuna, the inmate known as the ‘man of a thousand faces,’ decapitated his cellmate Luis Romero.

Osuna is one of the criminals with a history of impact, as he has shown a deep love for killing.

The case that led him to prison is related to the cruel death of a young woman identified as Yvette Peña.

The ruthless and heavily tattooed man admitted to having committed the atrocious act inside a Bakersfield motel.

Osuna’s Unique Identifiers

Jaime Osuna, Luis Romero, cell, prison, MundoNOW
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The smile of ‘Joker’ on his face and a pentagram on his forehead are the popular tattoos that identify Jaime Osuna.

After being taken to prison for the atrocities he committed, he was assigned a shared cell.

The well-known ‘man of a thousand faces’ received a sentence of life imprisonment without the possibility of parole.

Unfortunately, Luis Romero, who was his cellmate, endured the worst of times alongside Jaime Osuna.

The shocking fate of Luis Romero

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A shocking and horrifying scene left the prison officials at Corcoran State Prison stunned.

Osuna became the protagonist of a tragic story that shook the foundations of the penitentiary system.

The tale of the criminal who shared a cell with Luis Romero would take an even darker turn on the fateful day of March 9, 2019.

In a chilling and gruesome scene, the prison guards discovered the mutilated body of his cellmate.

Osuna mutilated the body of his partner

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Jaime Osuna beheaded Luis Romero. (PHOTO: Shutterstock)
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The act was carried out with unimaginable brutality: beheading, stabbing in one eye and harvesting organs.

Luis Romero’s autopsy shows that he bled to death from «multiple sharp force trauma.»

The prisoner’s body was cut up by Jaime Osuna using a sharp metal object wrapped in rope, according to the LA Times.

It is still unclear how much happened while Romero, 44, was still alive or if anyone heard the torture.

What did the autopsy of Jaime Osuna reveal?

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Jaime Osuna beheaded Luis Romero. (PHOTO: Shutterstock)
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The psychiatric evaluation revealed a disturbing transformation within Jaime Osuna’s mental health.

Medical documentation detailed a significant increase in paranoia, a refusal to take medication.

On top of that, the information adds a delusional belief that he was being set up.

Medical reports indicated a worsening of his psychosis due to lack of medication, according to the LA Times.

Diagnosis of the most disturbing prisoner

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Jaime Osuna beheaded Luis Romero. (PHOTO: Shutterstock)
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The diagnosis of schizophrenia of the unspecified spectrum is based on results of antisocial personality disorder.

As well as borderline personality disorder and post-traumatic stress disorder, it threw the complexity of the prisoner’s mind.

Dr. Brandi Mathews and Dr. Kevin Perry, concluded that the prisoner was in no condition to understand the legal process.

With criminal proceedings suspended, Osuna was transferred to the psychiatric hospitalization program.

Damaged mental health

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Jaime Osuna beheaded Luis Romero. (PHOTO: Shutterstock)

The foregoing occurred in the Salinas Valley State Prison for the purpose of treating his mental deterioration.

However, months later, psychiatrists determined that Jaime Osuna had regained his competence.

Luis Romero became another victim of the ‘man with a thousand faces’, being cruelly mutilated to death.

Osuna underwent several medical tests as everything pointed to badly damaged mental health, the LA Times noted.

The prisoner ended the life of Luis Romero

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Jaime Osuna beheaded Luis Romero. (Photo: Shutterstock)

Osuna’s case not only exposes the grim realities lurking behind prison bars in Corcoran.

It also raises profound concerns about mental health within the prison system.

It delves into the quest for justice amid the intricate complexities of the human psyche, as highlighted by WFLA.

The ‘man with a thousand faces’ was diagnosed with an unspecified schizophrenia spectrum.

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