Of course, the notorious leftist Toronto Sun makes it sound as if it's her fault. These dhimmi quislings should be brought up on charges for aiding and abetting the rise of honor killings in the West.
Neighbours say mom's throat slashed Toronto Sun (hat tip Halogen)
Mom-of-two Ayan Osman allegedly had her throat slashed by an ex-boyfriend who became enraged with jealousy after walking into a late-night party at her apartment, neighbours say.The suspect, 26, who is the father of the two boys, was banned from Osman’s 390 Dixon Rd. building due to domestic abuse and had snuck in past security cameras just before 2:30 a.m. Tuesday, residents said.
sman, 28, who was also known as Denise, had a restraining order against the suspect, who was jealous she was having parties at her place with men present. Her friends said the suspect was jealous Osman may have had boyfriends.
Detectives said about six people were at Osman’s party and fled after the murder. One person called 911 from a nearby gas station.
Police said the suspect snuck out after the murder by using the stairs and made his way to the eastbound lanes of Hwy. 401. Once there, he walked into traffic and was hit by a transport truck, forcing a closure of the highway for about six hours.
Two officers were outside Osman’s apartment on Wednesday as bits of paper marking possible evidence covered sections of a rug in the hallway.
Neighbours said Osman, who is described well liked and friendly, was being stalked by the suspect.
“She was terrified by him,” said Jama Mohamed, 28, a close friend of Osman. “The two were always fighting and bickering.”
Mohamed said Osman was planning to change her life around and wanted to move from the area to get away from the suspect.
“Two days before she died she told me she was going to be killed,” he said on Wednesday. “She was scared for her life.”
He said Osman was trying to get someone from the community to help her.
She was shunned by fellow Somalians, who are devout Muslims, because she drank and partied, her friends said.
“She wanted someone to drive her somewhere with the kids,” Mohamed said. “She wanted to escape to safety.”