Woman Beater Jordan Hunt Sentenced to 8 Months Probation After Roundhouse Kicking Pro-Life Woman

Canadian abortion activist Jordan Hunt, who was caught on video brutally assaulting a pro-life woman with a roundhouse kick, has been sentenced to 8 months probation after a court hearing last week.

Hunt, the man who was caught on video allegedly kicking a young, female pro-life advocate, was also ordered to stay 100 meters away from future pro-life rallies.

The court also reportedly read a letter from Hunt apologizing for his actions, which read in part: “Everyone should have the right to be without fear when they act on their beliefs. I sincerely regret that I chose such a poor way of expressing myself.”

A video of the incident that went viral last year shows a male abortion activist roundhouse kicking a pro-life woman as she records her conversation with him. The woman was Campaign Life Coalition Youth Coordinator Marie-Claire Bissonnette.

Initially, Hunt was charged with 8 counts of assault and 7 counts of criminal mischief, including an additional charge for a previous assault. That assault was the other assault Hunt committed against another pro-life advocate. Hunt was released after he was charged on $500 bail and his bail conditions forbade him to be within 500 meters of any “organized pro-life demonstration.”

Nobel Studio 101, a hair studio in Toronto, posted a message on Instagram identifying the man as Jordan Hunt, one of its former employees. The business said it fired Hunt after seeing him on the now-viral video.

The incident occurred when pro-life advocates gathered at the corner of Bloor and Keele streets in Toronto for the annual Life Chain, a peaceful, prayer-filled event to publicly witness about the tragedy of abortion. A few abortion activists showed up to counter-protest.

Bissonnette was participating in the Life Chain when she filmed Hunt assaulting her.

“After these acts of vandalism, he approached the pro-abortion demonstrator, evidently in order to seek her approval, which she appeared to deny him by discouraging his tactics,” she said. “At this point I took out my cell phone and began to record him, telling him that what he did was destruction of private property and it was against the law.” …

Bissonnette said the man also defaced several of their signs and scribbled on several pro-lifers’ clothes, including those of a 10-year-old girl.

Bissonnette also posted a message on Twitter asking people to pray for the man.

“Marie-Claire here – I’m fine. Thank you to all those who’ve reached out in concern. A few people have identified the man who attacked me. I understand the video is upsetting to watch, but please pray for the guy,” she said.

The young pro-life advocate also said this is not the first time she has been a target of violence.

“I’ve had teenage boys throw rocks at me, I’ve also had men saying, ‘How would you like it if I raped you?” she told Global News Canada. “My message to them would be that it doesn’t fulfill their goal, it turns me off from their message and the basis of a peaceful society is being able to discuss respectfully with each other.”

Bissonnette indicated that she was not the only person targeted Sunday during the Life Chains. In Mississagua, she said someone walked up to a pro-life advocate from behind and poured paint over his clothes while he was praying.

https://www.lifenews.com/2019/06/17/abortion-activist-jordan-hunt-sentenced-to-8-months-probation-after-roundhouse-kicking-pro-life-woman/

India: #MenToo: Woman who false accused TV actor Karan Oberoi of rape arrested

MUMBAI: The woman tantric and healer, who had accused television actor Karan Oberoi of rape, was arrested by Oshiwara police on Monday.
The woman is accused of filing a false complaint against Oberoi and orchestrating an attack on herself on May 25 when she was taking a morning walk.

In the purported attack, two men on a bike had slashed the woman with a paper cutter, threatened to throw acid on her and left a paper chit which read “take back the case”.

On May 27, the police nabbed the youths involved in the attack, with one of them revealing that it was a pre-planned conspiracy.

One of the men, who is the cousin of the woman’s lawyer, said that he was paid Rs 10,000 to carry out the attack.

The lawyer, who surrendered to the cops, confessed that the woman had hired his cousin for the attack.

However, the woman refuted the allegations and said that she has written to the commissioner and the Oshiwara police claiming innocence. She also accused her lawyer of framing her.

https://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/tv/news/hindi/mentoo-woman-who-accused-tv-actor-karan-oberoi-of-rape-gets-arrested/articleshow/69824390.cms

‘Abusive’ wife ‘shoots her Army infantryman husband dead with a shotgun on their lawn’ just three months after giving birth to a daughter and after he took out a restraining order against her

An Alabama woman is accused of shooting her Army husband dead in their front yard three days after he took out a restraining order against her. 

Brittnay Ryals Paonessa, 27, was charged with murder on Friday after her husband, 26-year-old Brandyn Paonessa, died of gunshot wounds the day before. 

Medics tried to save Mr Paonessa after he was found injured from the shotgun attack in Phenix City but he succumbed to his injuries.  

The couple had welcomed their fourth child into the world just months earlier but the soldier had grown concerned about his wife’s mental health. 

Mr Paonessa was described as an infantryman who had served in the Army since September 2013. 

He was based at Fort Benning on the Georgia-Alabama border, close to Phenix City where the shooting took place.

Court documents say he had filed an emergency ‘protection from abuse order’ on Monday against his wife. 

The filing states he was concerned about his wife’s mental health and claims that she refused to have treatment at a rehabilitation center.    

According to WSFA, he had accused Mrs Paonessa of stalking him as well and his family and friends. 

On one occasion she had driven a truck into their house just three feet from their four children, Mr Paonessa reportedly alleges. 

She had also been threatening his job, he claims.  

In addition, according to AL.com, Mr Paonessa had himself been accused of punching his wife in the stomach last year. 

He was arrested over the alleged violent outburst – said to have been prompted by her looking through his cell phone. 

Charges were apparently dropped after Mrs Paonessa asked for them not to be taken any further.  

The couple were said to have been married since 2013. Their children are aged eight, three, two and two months. 

https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-7149775/Alabama-woman-shot-soldier-husband-dead.html

 

Delhi Woman Throws Acid On Boyfriend For Refusing To Marry Her: Police

New Delhi: 

A Delhi woman allegedly threw acid on her boyfriend in the national capital’s Vikaspuri area to exact revenge from him as he did not want to marry her, police said. She was riding pillion on her boyfriend’s motorcycle when she asked him to take off his helmet as she was “unable to touch him properly”. Moments later, she allegedly threw acid on him.

On June 11, the police received a call that a couple was attacked with acid. On reaching the hospital, they found the woman had minor injuries on her hand while the man had severe burn injuries on his face, neck and chest.

For many days it was unclear who the attacker was; the couple said acid was thrown on them while they were on their way. Police got an important lead when the man later revealed that the woman had asked him to take off his helmet. Suspicious, police interrogated the woman who after several hours confessed to the crime.

“The couple was in a relationship for over three years, but recently the boy had asked to end the relationship. The girl though was adamant on getting married and so hatched the plan to deface the boy,” Monika Bhardwaj, Deputy Commissioner of Police (West) told news agency IANS.

Police said the woman had hid a bottle of house cleaning chemical in her purse. COMMENT

The accused has been arrested and further investigation is underway

https://www.ndtv.com/delhi-news/vikaspuri-delhi-woman-throws-acid-on-boyfriend-for-refusing-to-marry-her-police-2054294