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U.S. woman stabbed 14 times by Somali migrant, media go dark

Article subtitle: 
No isolated case. 1 more for growing Big List of related crimes being swept under rug
Article author: 
Leo Hohmann
Article publisher: 
WorldNet Daily
Article date: 
December 27, 2017
Article category: 
National News
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Morgan Evenson was walking home in downtown Minneapolis about 8:30 p.m. on Dec. 13 when a black man got out of his car, chased her down, tackled and stabbed her repeatedly...

Police have called the case unusual for the level of brutality just to get a woman’s purse, leading some to wonder if the assailant didn’t want more than just a purse.
The Minneapolis Star-Tribune, the city’s largest newspaper, has been AWOL on the story...
Other media, such as the Southwest Journal, have reported on the crime but left out the assailant’s full description as a Somali migrant...
No isolated case
The case of Morgan Evenson continues a pattern of Somali crimes being covered up, downplayed, lightly investigated and eventually falling off the radar in Minnesota.
Here are just some of the Somali-related cases in Minnesota that never seem to get resolved.
1. Justine Damond, 40, was killed in July after calling police to report a sexual assault in progress in the ally next to her home in Minneapolis’s 5th precinct. 

2. For three straight days in late June 2016, residents of Linden Hills neighborhood on Lake Calhoun in Minneapolis were terrorized by a group of more than a dozen Somali men in their early- to mid-20s...


6. In November 2017, a Somali man carried out a bloody knife attack against two brothers in the changing room of a clothing store at Mall of America...

Debra Anderson, chair of ACT For America’s Minnesota chapter, said she has been trying for four years, without success, to get Minnesota sheriffs to train their departments to better prepare and deal with Sharia-related crime such as FGM, honor violence and terrorism...



(Most) Minnesota media fails to mention attacker was a Somali man, by Ann Corcoran, Refugee Resettlement Watch, December 27, 2017.