At least some of the students said they were in the cookies before they consumed them, police said told the Los Angeles Times on Tuesday. Others were apparently unaware and were "horrified" when they found out.
So far, it is unclear why the student felt motivated to bring desserts with human remains into them to school. Since the cookies have been eaten, it is not clear how they can be sure they are contained as it is – although a classmate of the alleged perpetrator did say he did not believe them until they pulled out of the wheel.
What a thing to say.
In a letter to parents on Tuesday, the principal of the Da Vinci Charter Academy maintains that "there is no health risk to our campus or to any of our students."
What do you think? Would you eat a human ash cookie? Personally, I would not choose to eat a human ash cookie, but it does not sound like the worst thing in the world. Sure, there are technically human remains in there, but they are not recognizable as human remains. If you just do cannibalism, it's probably the best version of doing cannibalism.
Anyway, authorities have not tested the treats as of Tuesday, apparently, this could have been a big to-do for nothing. Good lesson, though: Be suspicious of all sugar cookies.