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Fatality confirmed following scissor stabbing incident in Nawton, Hamilton

Nawton scissor stabbing news

Police can confirm that a person has died following an incident in Roy Street, Nawton, Hamilton this morning.

‘Police were called to the residential property at 11am. One person was treated by Ambulance staff at the scene, but sadly the person has died,’ Detective Inspector Daryl Smith.

According to media reports the victim had intervened to stop a fight between a father and son when he was stabbed numerous times with a pair of scissors.

One person has been taken in to custody and is assisting Police with their enquiries.

An investigation is underway.

 

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  1. Getting more like the US every day
    And is destined to get a lot worse
    Covid so-called vaccines
    Which in effect are bioweapon DNA altering RNA gene therapy kill shot
    The use of in government mandates which are a recommendation and not the Law
    Justified and backed up with the fake data provided by completely fraudulent and counterfeit PCR tests
    Coupled with economic collapse
    Social unrest
    Is a recipe for imminent and impending disaster
    Quite incredible and diabolical
    People get hauled up before the Courts to face the charge of murder
    Now the government carries it out, innocent of any repercussions or consequences!
    With a bodyguard of lies provided by the presstitute embedded paid off MSM
    Strange days
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HjemLCQc1vg

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