Demonic’ MS-13 gang member decapitated Uber Eats driver and stabbed him 35 times, chopped his body into pieces

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Oscar Adrian Solis Jr, a member of the Mara Salvatrucha gang was found to have murdered Uber Eats driver, Randall Cooke, in an unprovoked attack as the latter delivered his food.

According to Tampa Bay Times, Randall had been delivering food to Solis Jr at an address in Holiday, Florida, before he was brutally murdered.

The gangster stabbed the delivery driver 35 times and then chopped his body up into pieces, which he then put in trash bags.

Florida prosecutors have deemed Solis Jr’s crimes as ‘atrocious’ and ‘cruel’ and are calling for him to be euthanised, according to The Mirror.

State Attorney Bruce Bartlett filed a ‘notice to seek the death penalty’ on May 19, against the MS-13 member.

Speaking to the Tampa Bay Times, he said: ‘I’ve never seen anything like this before. I cannot focus on how an individual can be so vile’.

The crime was caught on CCTV at 7pm on 3400 block of Moog Road.

Authorities searched bin bags, finding Randall’s ‘foot wearing a black sock’.

Bruce added: ‘I cannot for the life of me believe he was so nonchalant in what he did.’

Randall was trying to make his final delivery of the night before he was killed for no reason.

Pasco County Sheriff Chris Nocco said he was disgusted by the fact, and that the delivery driver was taken ‘away from his family’.

Speaking at a press conference on April 25, he said: ‘This was a horrific crime of passion. You always say the word evil, but this is demonic.’

The MS-13 gang has roots in Satanism, with nods to the devil that are seen in members’ nicknames, tattoos and clothing.

Members of the gang often have their full bodies covered in tattoos of skulls, devil horns and the acronym ‘MS’.

The murderous, organised group has 80,000 members across the world, with 10,000 in the US.

Along with dismembering any victims who get in their way, the Salvadoran-based gang use the motto ‘kill, rape, control’.

In 2022, El Salvador called a state of emergency after the gang murdered 62 victims in a bloody gang war in a single day.

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