Another Thrill Kill Shopping Attack – Woman Stabbed With Child at Bed Bath and Beyond – No Motive For Black Suspect Attacker….

undefinedAgain, the race of the suspect is being manipulated (hidden) from the media reporting.  White female with child shopping in broad daylight at Bed Bath & Beyond, seeming attacked by 18 year old Black male just because she was attractive white female. 

Worst aspect is the political correctness.  Black suspect known to have violent past including burning cats, yet nothing was done despite numerous reports.

MIDDLETOWN, N.J. (CBSNewYork) — Police are investigating after a woman was attacked and stabbed multiple times inside a New Jersey store Thursday afternoon. The victim, identified by her family as 29-year-old Kerri Dalton of Keansburg, also had a baby with her inside the Middletown Bed, Bath & Beyond store, when the attack occurred.

The alleged assailant, 19-year-old Tyrik Haynes, is accused of repeatedly plunging a knife into Dalton around 4 p.m., puncturing both her lungs in an apparent random attack.

A published report indicated that Haynes is being held on $1 million bail on an attempted murder charge.

Dalton was stabbed more than a dozen times and Medevaced to Jersey Shore Medical Center, where she remained in stable condition late Thursday night.

The baby was unhurt and was with family, Young reported.

The manager of the Staples store next door to the scene said she saw the assailant moments before the attack lurking about on the sidewalk. “The guy was standing in front of our store, but…he was kinda weird. We didn’t pay no mind to it because we didn’t know who he was. He was a guy with a hood and then he walked over there and then he came like nothing happened and he just walked that way and then the lady came screaming, saying ‘Can you help me, can you help me. A lady got stabbed,'” Ana Palet said.

Detectives searched a nearby townhouse Thursday night. The location is where Haynes lives with his mother and younger sister. Neighbors were left scratching their heads. “You just never know. Could be somebody right next door and you just never know,” neighbor Terry Blake said. “Seemed fine, always friendly.”

CBS 2′s Young reported that Haynes is known locally as a suspected animal abuser. Workers at the nearby Petco told Young the suspect used to come in to stare at the cats and that he is accused of adopting cats and setting them on fire.  (link)

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58 Responses to Another Thrill Kill Shopping Attack – Woman Stabbed With Child at Bed Bath and Beyond – No Motive For Black Suspect Attacker….

  1. justfactsplz says:

    It is too bad the victim or someone in the store wasn’t armed.

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  2. Sharon says:

    Neighbors apparently have comprehension problems: they say he was just fine and always friendly–while others say he “adopted cats” in order to torture them. If peeps don’t have enough of a survival instinct left to believe what they’re looking at….I don’t know…………….those neighbors must live in that other America. Where people are really stupid, really violent, and kill cats for fun..

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  3. LouDaJew says:

    TNB

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  4. Craig Prager says:

    While I am pro gun, there are people that will say that if she would have had a gun…While I agree with that is principle, she was a victim of a sneak attack. She could not have gotten to her weapon fast enough to stop the attack.

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    • elvischupacabra says:

      Fear is a great motivator. Combined with firearms and basic self-defense training, which is consistent with the behavior of a responsible gun owner, she’d have perforated this POS. In my opinion, she was probably just one of those who see their life in suburbia as idyllic and fraught with little danger.

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    • michellc says:

      Maybe, maybe not. I never go shopping anymore without a partner. I beat it into my daughter’s head years ago to never go shopping alone. At least if someone sneak attacked one of us, the thug wouldn’t attack anyone else.
      People whine about not wanting their children to go to school with armed guards, well it’s not a world I like but it’s a world we live in, you need armed security whether that be paid or armed teachers and you need to be extra careful in this world, including but not limited to carrying a weapon and traveling in pairs.
      The more of these thugs that are taken off the streets through either death or jail, the better the world will be.

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    • LouDaJew says:

      but another CWP holder could have shot the attacker, and would have been justified in doing so

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    • Tracker3 says:

      Yes, you are absolutely correct…I doubt she could have reached a firearm to protect herself. However, NJ is very restrictive on firearms. If another, a bystander, had been armed they could have confronted and perforated the St. Hoody individual. Rather than everyone running around helpless looking for a sheep dog to protect them.

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  5. elvischupacabra says:

    “…nearby townhouse … where Haynes lives with his mother and younger sister.”

    Can you say Subsidized Housing?

    Just as the closing of mental institutions has turned the hard-core mentally-ill out on the streets and into our lives, so too has the closing of housing projects, in favor of subsidized housing in ‘nice’ neighborhoods, turned out the dregs of society into an unwitting public. Notice, once again, there is no FATHER in the residence.

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    • lovemygirl says:

      I’ve had a couple of run ins with subsidized housing. I think the latest was down the street in a town you would never expect subsidized housing. The former “tenants” always had the cops visit, something very unusual for the neighborhood. Suddenly new tenants, no signs, no for sale, no for rent, and people that don’t speak English with 5 cars parked where two cars belong. Hmm, I did just move 4 blocks away but how the blank does section 8 housing appear out of mowhere?

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      • michellc says:

        It comes from landlords who think section 8 is a sure income. We have a rent house and I get calls all the time asking if we’re section 8 approved. I tell them no and don’t wish to be. IMHO it’s not worth it to go through all the bs to get a house approved to put up with renters who don’t pay their part of the rent and tear up your house.
        A friend of mine has some lower cost rent houses and he thought it would be a good idea. He jumped through the hoops to get some of his houses approved and then found out, the government only pays a percentage and it’s not as easy to kick out section 8 renters who are destroying his house and not paying their percentage.

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        • cajunkelly says:

          eggzachary! We too own rental property that we refuse to have Section 8 approved. We sold one of the houses to an investment company that offered a price we couldn’t refuse. That house is right across the street from one we still own. He Section 8’d his. His is now trashed while we have a renter who pays their rent three months in advance and we’ve not had to repair one thing. The last renter was so responsible that the current renter moved in three days after they moved out…no repairs or even cleaning required. The house we sold continues to look ghetto.

          Yeah, we’ve had the callers who complain that we won’t Section 8 our properties. Ain’t happening.

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          • ctdar says:

            I lived in a condo in CT city where section 8 was bring pushed (by law there must be a % of affordable housing) the condo board implemented an application fee of $100 which the state would not comp therefore ended those tenants loitering around.

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        • elvischupacabra says:

          Ditto. I’ve had an opportunity to rent to Section 8 tenants, but even with some incentives, the repair costs and hassles are not worth it. My cousin has some houses in the Fort Worth area, and a Section 8 resident did over 50K damage to the house. After all was said and done, he lost about 20K on the deal, not to mention a year’s worth of rent. It took six months to evict these clowns and another four to repair the crib. Plus, HOA fines reached up another 3K.

          Affordable housing my ass. It’s more like dropping a turd into the fresh-made punch.

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    • LouDaJew says:

      soon shopping will all be done online. people like myself don’t want to interact with these buffoons because they are always looking for trouble, and always have a chip on their shoulder. TNB

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  6. Annie says:

    Shouldn’t this knife also be included in V.P. Pearly White’s list of assault weapons that they are attempting to band? The article read that this piece of dirt repeatedly stabbed the young woman. Seems to me, there are many objects that could be defined as an assault weapon; right down to your fists that have the ability to injure or kill.

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    • elvischupacabra says:

      In the UK, they are already banning certain kinds of knives, some actually being kitchen knives. Welcome to learning to chop veggies with a paring knife.

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      • myopiafree says:

        That is so that the VIOLENT FELON who attacks you with HIS KNIFE will not be “hurt” as you attempt to defend yourself with you “pen knife”. Have they passed a law that requires that FELONS register THEIR knives?

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  7. STAY AWARE of your surroundings EVERYWHERE.

    On the street, in the car, down every aisle of every store, walking from your car to your door,
    in every parking lot, on all public transportation, and waiting in any line.

    Walking around the neighborhood or on city streets: no loud iPod music, no texting, no phone gabbing. No distractions!

    Both here
    And there,
    stay aware
    EVERYWHERE
    Burma-Shave

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    • Josh says:

      F.D.R. aka Dr. Seuss :-)

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    • czarowniczy says:

      Right FDR, you’re on a roll…

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    • ftsk420 says:

      I went out last night with some friends and one of them says to me how come you always look over your shoulder you never seem relaxed. I told him that’s from years of running the streets where everyone could be out to get you I won’t be a victim.

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      • LouDaJew says:

        I’ve had 2 run-ins with blacks this week. one because I looked at him for throwing garbage on the ground and another for almost running me over not stopping at the stop sign. TNB. they think they have the right to do whatever they want and hopefully the next time it will be a Trayvon supporter that sees what I see. sorry, but someone has to open their eyes. they all live far away from blacks, so they are clueless. maybe they will get thrown on the train tracks like the story I read yesterday. I don’t hate blacks at all, just the irresponsible ones that think they could do whatever they want and nobody is allowed to question their inappropriate behavior. shows that they are still primitive as well.

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        • ftsk420 says:

          The ones that do what they want and swear the world owes them something. I have lived around black people my entire life there is good ones and bad ones.

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        • I told Eleanor in 2008 that electing this boy would give minorities Carte Blanche to do whatever they want, to whomever they want.
          Reelecting this carpetbagger, along with his gangster Administration, now -guarantees- destruction of the American society.
          If you foolishly surrender your guns and your Freedoms, you’ll be down here in no time flat…and America will have fought World War II for nothing. :evil:

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  8. czarowniczy says:

    Perhaps the attacker was just PO’d that the store didn’t have a large selection of veldt animal-print slip covers and took his/her frustration out on a random shopper?

    On a more serious note, I am writing to both of my Senators and my Federal rep and asking nicely that the CDC study on gun violence that the POtuS has requested also have a section where shooters and victims be identified using the same racial metrics that the Census did. It’s not just enough to know that it occurred but we must know in which segments of society it’s most prevalent as effective measure to control the violence cannot be formulated without knowledge of the sub-cultural milieus it exists in. The Feds use racial groups for other studies – this one should be broken down as such also. Think it’s a good idea? Then write your Senators and Reps and suggest it to them – let’s see how the wriggle out of this one.

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    • cajunkelly says:

      let’s see how the wriggle out of this one.

      Vitter and Alexander haven’t even bothered to respond to my letters. Hope you have better luck.

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      • czarowniczy says:

        In some cases Wicker’s and Cochran’s offices have even called me to talk about the issue. Of course there are also those issues that have already been decided that I get a boilerplate response back on. I can use my NOLA address to write Vitter and Landrieu also – that’s going to be a tighter squeeze in this case.

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        • cajunkelly says:

          I wrote to Vitter and Alexander regarding the proposal of laws such as what Wyoming is proposing, to protect our 2nd Amendment rights.
          Normally Vitter is good at responding, but I’m getting crickets this time. I’ve met Alexander a number of times…local functions, etc. Crickets from him as well.
          DH has even tossed around the idea of running against Alexander.

          LOL, good luck with “my vote sealed obamacare Landrieu”. That cretin is a boil on the butt of Louisiana.

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          • czarowniczy says:

            None of them will touch those kinds of laws as they are at the national level, the deep end of the taxpayer-fed trough, and they fear a backlash that will cost them their positions in the sty, that’s why these laws are being pushed at the state level.I write Landrieu mostly as a courtesy, she and her brother are prime examples of what’s wrong with Democrats as a whole.

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    • elvischupacabra says:

      Like I said before, CON-gress needs to pass, “The High-Speed Intercity Commuter Train Violence Safety Act, which will limit the number of cars dangerous high-speed commuter trains can carry to a maximum of two. These trains also take entirely too much distance to stop, so when going through inhabited areas, they will be limited to a speed at which stopping distance will not exceed three (3) feet. The presumption here is that reasonable people do not need to move through inhabited areas at such unsafe speeds. Finally, trains that are streamlined or have certain performance features, such as high-speed brakes, special ‘air scoops’, ‘really bright headlamps’ and names, such as Ultraliner, FasTrack, etc. will be banned under this law.

      THAT should curb train violence.

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  9. mcfyre2012 says:

    A black suspect? Who woulda thought?

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  10. BertDilbert says:

    Suspect probably taking government approved drugs…

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  11. ytz4mee says:

    I read this report online last night and it was heart-breaking. This is just another example of the ongoing black intifada against the white majority in this country. This particular intifada is being carried out with the full support and tacit approval of the federal government. As part and parcel of the low intensity war, the insurgents are being deliberately relocated with housing subsidies to identified “whitopia’s” based on US census data. The goal is to ensure that there is no “safe” place for white citizens to “hide”. Holder has intervened in a number of horrific murders committed by blacks against whites to take the death penalty option off the table. However, the majority of the white majority refuse to accept this reality. The indoctrination of the publik skool system and corporate media have done their work as assigned.

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  12. Josh says:

    Come on, people! It’s just a “guy with a hood”!
    Perhaps this “guy with a hood”, the “assailant”, had a bad childhood!
    I’m sure we will be told that normally he was a “good boy” and that he simply had a bad day!
    Oh where is the compassion!?!

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  13. John Galt says:

    Black youth with hood, noticed acting suspicious, subsequently commits assault. Neighbors later state he majored in cheerfulness. What case is this? These threads all seem to blur together for me.

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    • thefirstab says:

      Yea, funny that. If one still wonders if the MSM is a willing participant in downplaying these “events”….. well, they’re idiots.

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  14. murderbythebook says:

    I think DNA should be closely scrutinized in cases like this to see who his ancestors may be. He could be closely related to some sort of vicious animal.

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    • cajunkelly says:

      *that* is some scary stuff. Did you notice how many attacks/murders were committed with hammers? What’s with the increase of hammer attacks?

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  15. akathesob says:

    Absolutely appalling!

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  16. MuayTyson says:

    Race is a social construct except in terms of employment or schools placements. Do not notice racial trends in crime or illegitimacy that is racist. Blacks are physcially superior, better dancers and singers but race is a social construct. Whites are on average smarter and more law abiding this is racist but race is a social construct.
    The Left controls the schools, the government, the media, and the judiciary. They control the narrative. If you are confused by their hypocritical logic you are a racist. Welcome to the United States of America home of the brave land of the free.

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