Well, when you’re “managing” something, you still have to use it, right? Maybe that’s what happened when a woman allegedly stabbed her classmate during an anger management class! As reported by The Seattle Times:
Bellevue police say Faribah Maradiaga [age 19] “blew up out of control” and stabbed the classmate’s arm and shoulder several times after the two women exchanged words.
Police said Maradiaga, who already has a pending assault charge, told them that the other woman had threatened her first, according to charging documents.
Maradiaga walked into a classroom on the Bellevue College campus, where a court services agency rents space for the anger management class, around 9 a.m. Saturday while a video on anger management was being shown, according to the charges. Maradiaga started complaining about the movie and disrupting the class, according to the documents, when the victim told Maradiaga “the video was good and to give it a chance.”
That’s the provocation?
Maradiaga, who was sitting two rows behind the victim, then stood up and started talking “trash” before pulling out a knife with a 3-inch blade and stabbing the other woman, police and prosecutors say.
Of course. Everyone brings a knife to anger management class. You might need it to defend yourself if someone snaps …
The charges [second degree assault] say Maradiaga then threatened to kill the victim’s family. Maradiaga is being held on $50,000 bail in King County Jail and is scheduled to be arraigned Oct. 25.
The family too? Yikes. Here’s the source.