A female dyreaktivist has been charged with attempted murder after having stabbed another woman down, because she wore boots of the artificial fur.
Knivoverfaldet took place Wednesday at a church in Cleveland in the us state of Ohio.
Here pulled the 35-year-old Meredith Lowell, a knife, and thrust several times the woman, who in her job as the babysitter was about to deliver some kids to a kortime.
It writes the BBC, which also reports that bystanders were quickly overpowered Meredith Lowell. The victim received several knivsår, but none of them were life-threatening.
Cleveland Heights Police arrested shortly after Meredith Lowell, and at a press conference on Thursday told the inspector Mecklenburg, to suggest that the attack was 'unprovoked' and 'random'.
"It is our opinion that the motive behind the assault was that the victim was allegedly wearing fur," he said, according to the Independent, and continued:
"It is a bit difficult to find out. It's going Betkanyon to require a bit of legwork by our investigators, but they are in the process of investigating all the details."
unless someone asks a surety in an amount equal to approximately 6,7 million Danish kroner, remains Meredith Lowell in police custody. And it is not the first time she is there.
In 2012, she was accused of having offered one that would prove to be undercover agent for the FBI, a sum of money to kill a random person wearing fur.
According to court documents from the case, she said a wish, a sacrifice had to be over 12 years of age - preferably over the age of 14. Was concerned however only 12, it would also be fine.
the Case was dropped because a judge, based on a report from a psychologist, estimated that Meredith Lowell was not suitable to conduct a trial.
It was also assessed that Meredith Lowell was not a danger to themselves or society.Date Of Update: 23 November 2019, 05:00