Victim Of Stabbing In Keene Shows Up On Police Facebook Page To Offer Forgiveness To Woman Who Stabbed Him


This is Caryzma Volante from Keene, NH.

Caryzma did not display much charisma yesterday when she decided to stab a man several times.

This is what happens when your local librarian gets a tittoo.

This is Eric Eaton, the man she stabbed.

Chances are that this was a domestic dispute, since they’re close to the same age and live in Keene – the Colrain of the north. But as it turns out Eric is her neighbor, and since it’s Keene he’s probably the chillest neighbor you could possibly have because he showed up to defend her on the Keene Police Facebook page.

I’ve seen the family members of ratchets arrested for violent offenses comment on their loved ones mugshots more times than I can count. But this is the first time I’ve ever seen a victim show up, quote Dispatch, and pull a Jesus. Eric is my inspiration of the day. Although there are some enemies I will never forgive and they must be my enemies for life (Gaffney, Rian Waters, Bristol Blarney), I too am willing to make amends with anyone who has wronged me as long as they are contrite and beg for mercy.

Go in peace turtle riders.


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