The homeless situation in blue states is out of control. Rather than assist the homeless and mentally ill by taking them off the streets and giving them the services they need, many states choose to indulge their lifestyle by offering handouts and drug paraphernalia.
Recently in Vermont, a social worker lost her life in a vicious attack with an axe from a deranged homeless woman that probably should have been in a facility rather than a shelter. A very sad situation. Check this out.
A homeless woman fatally — and gruesomely — butchered a homeless shelter worker before she was seen wiping blood off her hands, Vermont authorities alleged this week.
Zaaina Asra Zakirrah Mahvish-Jammeh is accused of taking a small ax to social worker Leah Rosin-Pritchard inside a Vermont shelter Monday, police said, according to reports.
Clearly there is little to no security inside of these shelters, as the alleged killer had bought the axe hours before the attack. The motivation behind the grisly murder is unclear outside of sheer mental illness.
Rosin-Pritchard was found dead on the shelter’s kitchen floor with severe face, neck and torso wounds and Mahvish-Jammeh was spotted in a nearby room “wiping blood off her hands with a paper towel,” the affidavit reportedly states.
Mahvish-Jammeh, 38, was talking to the 36-year-old victim as she swung the small ax — bought Saturday — before the attack, authorities said.
“The short conversation they had was very muffled and hard to hear,” police Detective Sgt. Greg Eaton wrote in the affidavit, according to the VT Digger. “But it was clear there was no argument before I could hear thudding and the screaming.”
Mentally ill people are often prone to violence, and despite the left’s insistence that guns are enemy number one, attacks like this prove that compromised people like this attacker will use whatever weapon they have at their disposal. It isn’t a gun or axe problem, it is a mental health problem.
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Unfortunately whether it be guns, knives, or axes, if a prospective buyer can pass the necessary background checks, they can buy the weapon. One eyewitness had this to say:
“It was a f—- — brutal savage f—- — murder,” the witness said. “I haven’t been able to sleep. Because every time I close my eyes, I see that s—.”
Little is known about the motivation for the attack except what the alleged murderer said:
Mahvish-Jammeh told another worker after the attack she didn’t like Rosin-Pritchard, the affidavit alleged, according to Fox News Digital. She then continued to attack the victim even as she already laid on the floor, according to the affidavit.
Shelter workers were understandably taken aback by the murder. They had nothing but good things to say about the victim:
“She was a wonderfully strong, positive, beautiful and compassionate person who gave generously of her spirit and skills in support of all Morningside House residents and her professional colleagues,” it stated.
“There are no words to express the depth of loss felt by her Groundworks teammates and residents. Our hearts go out to her family, friends and the broader Brattleboro community who knew her.”
It is a tragic murder and emblematic of the drug and mental health situation in America. We should remember that it isn’t always the fault of the NRA or guns, and mental health plays a huge role. Sadly, the situation played out again in Vermont and a woman died because of it.
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