by Paul Jones
On Aug. 3, 2016 the dead body of Karina Vetrano was found, a 30 year old woman who had gone jogging the day before along a bike path in Howard Beach, Queens. Investigators found that she had been strangled and there was evidence of sexual assault. Her father, Phil, a retired FDNY firefighter who was working during 9/11, was with the police when the discovery was made.
On April 19, 2017 the accused killer later found guilty of the crime, a black man named Chanel Lewis who lived in a housing project in a nearby part of Brooklyn, New York, said in a report by “The New York Daily News” that “he attacked Vetrano to ‘let my emotions out’ in confession to authorities.” “The mother Cathy Vetrano didn’t speak on Tuesday, but blasted her daughter’s suspected killer at his arraignment in February. ‘He’s a demon,’ she said.”
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