NY - Joanna Beauzier, 22, stabbed to death, Brooklyn, 13 Sept 2016

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  1. GeeEm

    GeeEm New Member

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    September 13, 2016
    10:57 AM ET

    Mom stabbed to death while pushing tot in stroller

    A young mother who was trying to get her life in order was stabbed to death in Brooklyn as she pushed her infant son in a stroller early Tuesday, cops said.

    Joanna Beauzier, 22, was walking near the corner of Bristol Street and Lott Avenue with the 9-month-old boy at around 12:45 a.m. when she got into a fight with another woman in front of 531 Bristol Street, according to police.

    As the drama escalated, the female assailant pulled out a knife and stabbed Beauzier — a former foster kid — in the chest. Officers later found her lying a short distance from the stroller.

    She was rushed to Brookdale Hospital, where she was pronounced dead. Her baby was not hurt.

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    Cops arrested a woman on Tuesday afternoon in connection to the stabbing, police sources said. She was still awaiting charges as of 6 p.m.

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    Cops said they don’t yet have a motive for the murder and are still investigating.

    http://nypost.com/2016/09/13/mom-stabbed-to-death-while-pushing-tot-in-stroller/
     
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  3. Dockins

    Dockins New Member

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    So sad. On a side note, I cannot believe the term "baby daddy" was used to describe the child's father by the journalist.
     
  4. Indy Anna

    Indy Anna Active Member

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    ITA. Identifying the victim as a "former foster KID" is also demeaning, IMO. I'm appalled by so-called journalists today who use slang terms that are offensive to readers and in some cases offensive to the subject of their writing. I consider this downright disrespectful. It's hard to determine whether the writer is being judgmental or simply lacks skills in proper English usage.
     

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