Couple Shoots A 34 Year Old Man In A Demonstration Opposing Milo Yiannopoulos


The bipolar split in the nation of the United States of America is intensifying, reaching unfamiliar domestic political escalations with dimensions that prospect an imminent clash between social and ethnic factions in the super power of the world.

The announcing of the 45th presiding head of nation in January, triggered a wave of ethnic conflicts in the country built and founded on the principle of racial diversity.

Hate violence has been on a sharp incline, aliens and assimilated new-comers have adopted a state of paranoia and natives are encompassing the populist rhetoric of trump against the earlier.

University shooting

An incident the University of Washington serves as a scaled-down illustration to the macro-scale of the national phenomenon.

The academic institution was host to the famous and controversial Mr.Milo Yiannopoulos British media personality associated with the political alt-right and a former senior editor for Breitbart News. The hate campaign that Mr.Yiannopoulos is leading, provoked students and socio political movements to mobilize at his event, protesting their objection to the political rhetoric emitted and embodied by the contentious public figure.

The demonstration saw a tragic shooting taking place that was ironically a reflection of the severe tension present in the occurrence.

Cracking Skulls

A couple were charged by the local judicial authorities of shooting a dissident and critically endangering his life if it wasn’t for a several lethal surgeries.

Elizabeth Hokoana, 29, was charged with first-degree assault and her husband Marc was charged with third-degree assault search warrant revealed messages of the outlaws that stipulated their prior intent on committing violent offenses, saying: “Can’t wait for tomorrow. I’m going to the Milo event and if the snowflakes get out of hand I’m just going to wade through their ranks and start cracking skulls.”

Warrants have been issued against the accused pair where the prosecutors have sought to set $50,000 bail for each.