Restraint and repetition

Is it just me, or is the legalistic repetition and restraint in this sentence (from this article) the heart of its grisly charm?

General repugnance has met the case of Mr Meiwes, who has confessed to killing and eating a man he met after advertising for someone who wanted to be killed and eaten.

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