A woman has died after having shot multiple times For his partner, who did not want the young woman to have an abortion. The events took place in Dallas, America. man in custody murder charges,
In September 2021, abortion was banned in Texas after six weeks of pregnancy. However, Roe v. Almost all have since been put on hold. Except for emergencies, Wade was ruled out in the middle of last year.
According to an affidavit accompanying the warrant, Gabriela Gonzalez, 26, was with Harold Thompson, 22, when he attempted to strangle her. The woman had returned from Colorado the night before, where she had gone for an abortion.
The affidavit states, “It is believed that the suspect was the father of the child. The suspect did not want her to have an abortion.”
According to police, surveillance cameras in the area recorded the young woman “getting it off her back”, and the two continued walking. That’s when Thompson pulled out a pistol and shot Gonzalez in the head. The young woman fell to the ground and then shot her several times before fleeing.
Hours later, the youth was arrested. He’s in a Dallas jail. not entitled to bail, Court records do not indicate an attorney who can speak on your behalf.
Police said the victim’s sister was at the scene and heard the gunshots. Other Witness in the zone Saw the young man trying to strangle, But explained that he could not call the police as he did not have his phone with him.
Family assault charges
was incarcerated at the time of the attack Family member accused of assault, who accused him of trying to strangle her. The affidavit does not mention the victim as the man who assaulted her, but indicates that the woman explained to police that “he hit her several times throughout their relationship” and that she was pregnant.
The woman “repeated that she was afraid of the suspect because he had threatened to harm her family and children,” according to the affidavit.
Abortion in the United States
The United States Supreme Court struck down abortion rights protections that had been in place since 1973 past June 2022. It was a landmark decision that allows each state to decide whether to allow or ban abortion. ,