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Dem Party chairwoman who once called to defund the police carjacked and assaulted in Minneapolis

  • A Minnesota Democratic-Farmer-Labour (DFL) party official, who previously advocated for dismantling the Minneapolis Police Department, is now advocating for tougher crime laws after being beaten and carjacked outside her home. The official, Shivanthi Sathanandan, described her attack and called for the arrest and prosecution of the teenage suspects.
  • Sathanandan shared a selfie showing her injuries and emphasized the need to take illegal guns off the streets and hold young offenders accountable. She expressed concern about the impact of such crimes on the community and criticized the idea of releasing juveniles without consequences.
  • The carjacking occurred in Sathanandan's neighborhood, and while her car was later found, no suspects have been apprehended. Despite her previous criticism of the police department, she thanked the Minneapolis PD for their assistance. Sathanandan's change in attitude towards law enforcement comes after expressing dissatisfaction with the department following the death of George Floyd.
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