Woman stabs date to avenge general killed by US – report — Analysis
According to police, a woman claimed that she attacked her Las Vegas partner in order to revenge Iranian General Soleimani
A 21-year-old woman reportedly charged at her date with a knife this month as revenge for the US assassination of Iran’s top general Qassem Soleimani in 2020, US media reported, citing police.
Nika Nikoubin is accused of stabbing her unnamed partner in the neck. She placed a blindfold around his eyes on March 5th, while they had been having sexual activities in a Las Vegas hotel. They had met through Plenty of Fish and were reported to have agreed to meet. KLAS-TV in Las Vegas was the original source.
Following a commotion, the male victim fled from the scene and dialled 911. “felt a pain on the side of his neck.”Police report that Nikoubin later told police she was committing crimes. “revenge against US troops for the killing of Qassem Solemani in 2020.”
Nikoubin claimed that she did not want to kill the man and said she only wanted to hurt her date.
This woman was charged with attempted murder and battery with a deadly instrument. She is also being held on $60,000 bail. Nikoubin will appear before the court on March 24,
On January 3, 2020, Soleimani was killed in an American drone attack on orders from former US President Donald Trump. Iran has taken a number of retaliatory measures over the assassination, including targeting two US bases in Iraq days after Soleimani was killed and sanctioning five dozen American officials who they deemed responsible for the general’s murder.
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