In another bout of homosexual violence, a sodomite club stripper got angry at his gay roommate for asking him for sex. In response he took his phone and a knife, and filmed himself stabbing his roommate fifteen times according to a report:
A bodybuilder accused of trying to murder his 50-year-old roommate by stabbing him in the neck and head dozens of times after he ‘made a move on him’ appeared in court on Wednesday to deny the charges.
Geoffrey Tracy, 25, attacked 50-year-old Gregory Kanczes in August in the apartment they were sharing in Manhattan’s Hell’s Kitchen.
Tracy told police that he stabbed the older man in self-defense because he had been coming on to him for days beforehand when he appeared.
He had moved to New York from California with the intention of working at a gay club as a stripper. The owner of the club spotted him on Instagram and flew him to the East Coast, promising cash.
He ended up in Kanczes’ apartment which he had been letting out to drifters to raise extra money.
On August 14, Tracy claimed Kanczes made yet another sexual advance on him after days of ‘stroking his legs’ and ‘molesting him’ while he slept.
At around 4.50am, Tracy used a kitchen knife to mercilessly stab the older man, then fled the building, dumping the weapon en route.
Kanzces was later taken to the hospital in a critical condition. It remains unclear if he has yet been discharged.
He was arrested afterwards and told police that he was trying to defend himself and had recorded the entire encounter on his iPhone.
‘I’m so glad I filmed it. In case I had to stab him, I filmed it,’ he said, according to The New York Daily News.
‘I had a knife to him, he went for the gun. I filmed myself on my iPhone saying I didn’t want to kill him,’ he said
At first, Tracy said his victim had a gun and threatened him with it. He then changed his story to say he did not see any weapon.
He told police he took a ‘vape of THC’ – one of the active chemicals found in cannabis – on the night of the attack.
His lawyer Thomas Kenniff said he was ‘defenseless’ against the older man.
‘As is now typical in circumstances where people are being threatened or victimized, my client had the prescience to use his phone to record an erratic individual who had been scribbling incoherent ramblings on the walls of his own apartment, subjecting my client to unwanted touching, and was not threatening him with a gun if he attempted to extricate himself from his hellish surroundings,’ he said.
One of the victim’s friends was in court for the hearing.
He said of the Kanczes: ‘He always came across to me as having a very calm demeanor as a peaceful person — not someone who could be involved in something like this and not somebody whose behavior would case a rational person to stab him 16 times.’
Tracy pleaded not guilty to attempted murder on Wednesday, turning down a plea deal which would have seen him go behind bars for 20 years.
He now faces life without parole if he is convicted. (source)