Guys gets stabbed to death after giving a message.
"I'm Antonio. I work with the cripple, cholonga, with the nalgón. We sell crack, meth. And suddenly we throw ourselves into a few rounds when possible. We rob stores, cars. And when possible, also a kidnapping or another. We work. Well, we pay rent to the municipal, state, and judicial police, so that they let us work in the entire municipality, which is Tula, Pitaláqueas, Las Guapa, all of that. There are eight of us in the corporation. There is Cholo, there is Nalgón, there is Chivo, there is Chalo, there is Facebook, there is Chavo, there is Bueno, right now I don't remember well all the names, all the businesses that are, let's say, selling cars, stores, all that, they pay us the fee. Yes. This is going to happen to all the whores who go around shooting and barking at people in the street. If it comes to your face. It will go. It will go. Little size, dude. Come on."
Crazed Husband Stabs Wife and Her Lover To Death In China; Proceeds To Also Stab Himself
Two women have been stabbed to death in a Hong Kong mall in a frenzied – and apparently random – attack that has shocked a city where violent crime is rare.
Graphic video clips circulating on social media appear to show the attacker pinning one of the women to the floor and repeatedly stabbing her. They also show the woman's friend trying to fend off the attacker, without success. Though the footage does not show it, she too was later stabbed.
The two women, ages 22 and 26, suffered multiple wounds in the attack at the Hollywood Plaza mall in Diamond Hill on Friday afternoon and died after being taken to hospital, according to police.
Police senior superintendent Elieen Chung Lai-yee said the attacker – who does not appear to have known the two women – purchased the 12-inch knife used in the attack in the same mall, shortly before the stabbing.
“He walked around for a few minutes and then launched his attack on the first victim,” she said.
Lai said the other woman came forward to stop him, but became a target herself.
“We found multiple knife wounds on (the two women) and they were bleeding profusely,” she said.
Police said they had arrested a 39-year-old unemployed man on suspicion of murder and that the suspect has a history of mental illness.
The attack has shocked a city where violent crime of any sort is relatively rare, particularly so because of the apparently random nature of the incident.
The city sees only a few dozen homicides each year, compared to several hundred in New York. And it recorded only 77 robberies last year – compared to more than 17,000 in New York and 24,000 in London.
On Saturday, some members of the public left floral tributes at the mall, which is in a largely residential area in the north of the city.
The city's leader, Chief Executive John Lee, said in a statement on Saturday that he was saddened by the attack and had sent condolences to the families of the two women.
Lee, a former police officer, also urged citizens to stop sharing footage of the attack online and said members of the public should “seek professional support if they experience any emotional distress.”
“This is an isolated case,” Lee said.
According to the investigation, Hoang Van Thanh (born 1998, in Quyet Thang commune, Thai Nguyen city, Thai Nguyen) used to have feelings for Ms. P (born 2003; residing in Lai Chau, working as a manicurist).
On the evening of January 12, 2023, Thanh discovered Ms. P drinking water with Mr. D (born 1995; residing in Thanh Tri, Hanoi) on Vuong Thua Vu Street, Khuong Trung Ward (Thanh Xuan District, Hanoi City).
At about 11 p.m. on the same day, Ms. P. and Mr. D. went to Ms. P.'s sister's nail shop and met Thanh on a motorbike. Due to frustration that Ms. P. had feelings for Mr. D., there was a conflict between Thanh and Ms. P., shouting at each other in front of house number 84 Vuong Thua Vu.
After that, Thanh took a knife and stabbed her repeatedly many times, causing Ms. P. to die on the spot. Mr. D. saw that Ms. P. was being stabbed so he rushed in to stop her, but Thanh held a knife and stabbed her in the left hand, causing injury. After co
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Riverhead man dies after axe assault in Oklahoma
A Riverhead man living in Oklahoma died yesterday after being attacked by a man with an axe Monday.
Tulsa Police said James “Jimi” Patterson, 22, was struck in the head with an axe Monday night in an apartment in Tulsa.
Police said Israel (AKA Isreal) Trejo, who was in the apartment to buy the axe from another person, swung the axe at Patterson, who was sitting on a couch in the apartment.
Patterson and Trejo never spoke to one another, according to police. After a few minutes of holding the axe, Trejo swung the axe and struck Patterson. Trejo then fled the scene but was captured by police shortly afterward.
Patterson was taken to the hospital with the axe still in his head, according to a police press release. He underwent surgery but succumbed to his injuries Thursday.
Trejo, who police said has a prior felony conviction, was initially charged with for Assault with a Deadly Weapon. The charge was upgraded to First Degree Murder after Patterson died.
Trejo is in custody in the Tulsa County Jail, police said.
A classmate of Patterson's at Riverhead High School started a GoFundMe page to raise money help pay funeral expenses.
“Jimi was such a great kid. Jimi had a great heart; he was very intelligent and was always the class clown keeping a smile on everyone's face. He was very talented when it came to making music which he loved to do,” wrote fundraising organizer Lexus Gilliam.
“During this tragic time for the Paterson family, we would like to reach out to our community and Jimi's friends and family to help bring him home for the last time. It would mean so much for all who love him to lay him to rest peacefully in the community he loved,” Gilliam wrote.
With a goal of $25,000, the page has raised $2,165 as of this posting on Friday evening.