Four Children and Two Adults Critically Injured in Knife Attack in France

A knife wielding man has been detained after stabbing several people, including four young children, in a park in the French Alps on Thursday, NY Post reported.  The suspect, identified by police as a 31-year-old Syrian man, reportedly entered the park with a  knife, ambushing numerous victims. According to authorities four children between the ages of 22 months and 3 years old, were stabbed. They suffered life-threatening injuries, and two adults were also wounded in the attack.  In a video posted to social media, the man can be seen wearing dark glasses, a blue scarf over his head, and holding what appears to be a knife. People can be heard in the background screaming for help. The suspect is also heard saying  “on name of Jesus Christ” as he waved his knife in the air.  Prosecutors revealed that the suspect is a political refugee in Sweden. The Swedish Migration Agency told the local outlet that, “he was granted permanent residency in 2013.” The suspect reportedly applied for Swedish citizenship in 2017 and 2018, both times he was denied, and applied again in August 2022.  #Clique, what are your thoughts? 

Virginia Teenager Arrested And Charged For Killing His Adoptive Parents

A male teenager is in police custody after reportedly killing his adoptive parents in Chesapeake, Virginia. On Tuesday morning, at around 6:30 A.M., the bodies of 61-year-old Donna Daugherty and 60-year-old John Daugherty were discovered in their home. Police say their adoptive son used a knife and/or hammer to murder them. The 15-year-old is now facing facing two counts of aggravated murder, 13 News Now. A neighbor, who wishes to remain anonymous, told the ABC News affiliate in an interview that the victims had also adopted two girls, that were in the home during the attack. She woke up to seeing them outside their home with police. “They were not okay yesterday morning. I just hugged them and told them if they needed anything, I would be right here,” the neighbor recalls. “How could this happen? How could any of this happen anywhere, much less, right here? Everyone was normal. We’re all normal. Stuff like this is just crazy.” The Daugherty’s next door neighbor, Eddie Gray, says that he had been at work when the double homicide occurred. He hadn’t heard the tragic news until he came home later that day. Like many within their mobile home neighborhood, he was shocked to learn about the suspect. “I’ve only seen the kid one or two times,” Gray explained. “But he wasn’t even the type- he didn’t seem like the type of kid that would do anything like that. At all. I mean it’s just nuts.” The teen’s motives have yet to be revealed, but authorities say that the investigation is ongoing.