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As the researchers suspected, a New Jersey woman is killed and her twin sister over a man with whom they were both in relationship, according to a report published on Thursday.
In a “love triangle” is being eyed as the motive for the fight, which turned ugly,” and ended with the shocking stabbing of Anna Ramirez, 27, a law enforcement source told the New York Times.
NEW JERSEY WOMAN CHARGED IN THE FATAL STABBING OF HER IDENTICAL TWIN
Identical twins Amanda Ramirez, is charged with qualified murder in Anna’s death early Saturday morning in the heart of Camden, less than two hours later, Anna posted a picture on Facebook that shows them laughing up with two of my friends.
An aunt of the two women, said at the time that their mother told them that they had a fight over Anna’s best friend, even though her aunt wasn’t sure about the extent of his relationship with Her.
“They were going to a party, they came home, they were drinking, they were arguing over a boyfriend,” Blanca’s Class, he said. “[She] just went on a crazy trip, put [Anna], and her death.”
A 12-year-old neighbor, told The Post that she was a witness to the murder, outside the sisters’ family home in Centennial Village Apartments, a federally subsidized low-income housing complex. The girl said to the twins, “were both drunk and arguing on the front porch.”
“There was a man with them. To Anna he said, ” I’m tired of her,” the neighbor said. She went inside and came back with a knife, the girl said, and then grabbed Anna’s head and pushed her to the ground and started stabbing her.”
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During a hearing on Thursday, but She’s a lawyer not to contest probable cause for her arrest. You are looking for a Superior Court Judge Edward McBride ordered her held without bail, after the statement of a witness has described hearing Anna say, “well, Amanda, you stabbed me!” as she lay bleeding on the ground.
This book was originally published in the New York Post.