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On the early morning of Aug. 12 a homeless man grabbed Paneez Kosarian outside the door of her San Francisco condo. She quickly realized her attacker was deranged. According to SF Gate: “He was trying to tell me he was trying to save my life,” Kosarian told KRON4. “All the people I see are robots and he is the only human being on earth and he’s trying to save me. He asked me to open the door so that he could go and kill our concierge, or front desk lady, and earn my trust. I realized this man is very mentally unstable.”
With the concierge, Kosarian fought off the attacker, a 25-year-old man named Austin James Vincent. But when he appeared in court on the charges of false imprisonment, attempted robbery, and misdemeanor battery, Judge Christine Van Aken let him go free pending trial without bail or monitoring.
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Kosarian used her social media platform to draw attention to the assault, pressing Van Aken to reverse her decision and order an ankle monitor for the suspect. After police released Vincent’s mugshot, other women identified him as an attempted attacker elsewhere, including at least one who said the transient was wielding a knife.
The incident brings into light the vulnerabilities of ordinary women living through what we in the San Francisco Bay Area politely refer to as the “homelessness crisis.” It’s a great irony that the city that prides itself on feminist traditions, the city of leading Democrats Nancy Pelosi and Dianne Feinstein and currently led by the feminist Mayor London Breed, turns a blind eye to the plight of women living among dangerous individuals.
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Local law enforcement is incapacitated and mental health services are inadequate. It seems like MeToo and the feminist movement should have something to say about all this, yet they are mute.
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