02-18-2016, 03:17 PM #1
WI - Caroline Nosal, 24, shot to death, Madison, 2 Feb 2016These 14 Women Were Brutally Attacked for Rejecting Men Why Aren't We Talking About It?
It was "easy" for Christopher O'Kroley to kill Caroline Nosal, his coworker at a Madison, Wisconsin, grocery store and the object of his unrequited affection. He said so himself earlier this month, when he was arrested for fatally shooting Nosal because she rejected his romantic advances. He reportedly "wanted more" from their relationship and she turned him down.
So he killed her.
Doing so was easy not just because O'Kroley was able to get a gun quickly and legally and learn how to use it, but also because this happens all the time. Murdering the woman who rejected him was as easy for O'Kroley as it is for the other men who refuse to be refused men who would sooner take a life than take no for an answer.
In fact, in the first two months of 2016 alone, Nosal and another woman, Janese Talton-Jackson, were murdered in the United States by men whose advances they declined. Both victims are part of a longer list of women 14, to be exact who were attacked by men they turned down in the U.S. in the past year.
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