An Ohio woman is on the outs after she reportedly stabbed a woman in church for wearing fur boots, on Wednesday. I can't imagine stabbing someone is considered a holy act...
Animal rights activist Meredith Lowell Lowell stabbed the church-goer twice in the arm and once in the abdomen. The victim was taken to the hospital, however her injuries are none-life-threatening.
Around 5:15 p.m. on Wednesday, a babysitter was dropping children off at Fairmount Presbyterian Church in Cleveland Heights for choir practice. Witnesses told police they heard a woman screaming before the babysitter fell to the ground due to a stab wound.
When police arrived at the church, they found the young woman lying on the ground surrounded by blood, clutching her left side. A man was pinning Lowell down to the floor nearby, waiting for police, according to the report.
Police Chief Annette Mecklenberg gave props to the church staff after they restrained Lowell, putting their own wellbeing at risk. She said, “They put their safety at risk. They were able to restrain her and hold her down until the police arrived. They are to be commended for their actions no doubt.”
Lowell, who is being held on a $1 million bond, is a little too enthusiastic about her stance on protecting animals. In fact, this isn't her first offense. Back in 2012, she was arrested for trying to hire a hitman to kill someone wearing fur. She posted on social media numerous times looking for someone willing to do her dirty work.
“I would like to create an online community on Facebook which would allow me to find someone who is willing to kill someone who is wearing fur toward the end of October 2011 or early November 2011 or possibly January 2012 or February 2012 at the latest," Lowell wrote.
What a psychopath!
After multiple evaluations, psychologists determined Lowell was not competent to stand trial because of mental disease or defect.
Fast-forward to 2018, when Lowell reportedly stabbed a woman. Her motives were unknown. She was charged with felonious assault and released on a $5,000 bond. Her case was transferred to mental health court, specialized for individuals with documented mental health issues.
This woman needs some serious help. The left is mentally ill!