Tuesday, September 15, 2015

Woman with walker stabbed on Detroit bus after argument

Woman with walker stabbed to death on Detroit bus after argument ---
tags: Black suspectBlack Victims, criminal history, murder, pled no contest, Detroit, Michigan argument, terrorist style violence, bus incident

1 killed 1 arrested August 26, 2015 Woman with walker stabbed to death in "self defense" on Detroit bus after argument  Tiffanie Edwards, 29, of Detroit was charged with first-degree murder and pled not guilty in the death of Charla Williams, also from Detroit. Williams who was using a walker may have bumped into Edwards who got into an argument. Edward's lawyer claims his client didn't get on the bus looking for trouble, but was struck by a metal weapon, and had ever right to defend herself by repeatedly stabbing her attack in the face, and then running away before turning herself into police. Edwards is not a bad person, as she pleaded no contest to a charge of assault with deadly weapon in 2012, and also that year was found guilty of assaulting a police officer in another incident.

Alternative theory - attack with a metal object is a lame cover story for a naked terrorist attack on a defenseless bus rider by a woman with


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September 16, 2015 Video of deadly Detroit bus stabbing shown in court WDIV Detroit witnesses say there were complaints of victim's language, video shows she struck defendant with metal cage or walker before she was stabbed to death in self defense.

Aug 26, 2015  Detroit police hunt suspect in fatal stabbing of woman with walker on bus Detroit Free Pres A 50-year-old woman with a walker was stabbed to death on a public transit bus on Detroit's west side after an argument between her and another woman spiraled out of control, according to police. woman who reportedly carried out the stabbing was still at large late Wednesday.

Woman held without bond in fatal bus stabbing Elisha Anderson, Detroit Free Press August 28, 2015
A woman accused of fatally stabbing a 50-year-old bus passenger in Detroit is being held without bond. Tiffanie Edwards, 29, of Detroit was charged with first-degree murder in the death of Charla Williams, also from Detroit. not guilty was entered...Williams, who had a walker, was trying to get off  Detroit bus may have bumped or nudged Edwards provoked Edwards to commit the "heinous" crime, ... repeatedly stabbed, including in the face... was argument before the stabbing. suspect turned herself in Thursday afternoon with her attorney... his client didn't get on that bus looking for trouble, didn't start the argument, didn't escalate it... "was attacked by a woman, and she had to defend herself,...  client was struck with a metal weapon first." suspect pleaded no contest to a charge of assault with deadly weapon in 2012, another case found guilty of assaulting a police officer.

comments: Idiot angry woman the lady had a walker meaning she was likely going to be clumsy trying to get around and you stabbed her to death because she bumped into you ?...  And lawyers making them sound like the victim. The POS lawyer said his client was struck with a metal weapon first, although police said there were no other weapons used according to witnesses. Can we lock up the lawyer with his murdering client?... Innocent people simply defending themselves do not flee the scene shes all but convicted... Why do I have the feeling that his client DID get on that bus looking for trouble, DID start the argument, DID escalate it and had NO right to defend herself from a 50 year old woman trying to get off a bus