Woman accused of attack with knife, beating

Pakistan       by Mahmood Idrees | Published

Pakistan by Mahmood Idrees | Published

Whether genuine or not, this American lady sure knows how to boost her self-esteem and remain unaffected despite series of failed relationships.

Speaking to the host on the popular American show, This Morning, she stated that she attracts either younger guys who only want to date her because she's "hot", or older guys who don't make effort with their own appearance yet demand steamy photos from her. The victim was struck in the mind plus is in critical condition in a neighborhood healthcare facility.

Hutchinson looked like Riess, police said, and they allege Riess' mode of operation was to befriend women before stealing their identity.

Police say Metcalf stole the woman's phone in an effort to prevent her from contacting authorities.

She became violent towards the man, who suffered from hydrocephalus which is caused by a buildup of fluid inside the skull which made him vulnerable, using blunt objects to strike him, wounded him with a knife and didn't help him get to hospital for treatment.

Reiss' husband was found dead after his business partner called police to conduct a welfare check on him.

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A white Georgia woman hurled racist and homophobic slurs at two black soldiers - and then physically attacked them for recording video of her outburst. "She was concerned about his t-shirt". One round was terminated, police say.

"I offered my LTC to the cops". The man told her to give his money back.

"She was highly ticked off", Johnston said, though he never spoke with her directly.

"I can not believe how the media has convinced so many people that guns are scary", he said.

Johnston was not intimidated by the woman's attempt to infringe on his First and Second Amendment rights, and said he plans to continue wearing his Warrior 12 shirt.

Marceno said Riess "loves casinos" and has a "gambling problem". "I'll probably order more just so I can wear them every day I'm off of work".

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