After 16 years of arguing online, the two women finally met face to face in court. The two women, Jing Lu and Qinqin Shen met in a Vancouver Supreme courtroom.
Lu and Shen had been fighting on a Chinese forum and both sued each other for defamation. When they finally met, Shen stabbed Lu in the middle of the Vancouver courtroom.
Shen went into the courtroom and started to stab Lu as soon as she saw her. It happened at 10 am once the courthouse opened to the public.
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The woman that was stabbed didn’t die but had to be rushed to the hospital.
There are tons of Sheriffs around the Vancouver courthouse, but they often do not check for weapons. They only check for weapons during high-profile criminal law cases.
This normally includes murder cases or high-profile cases.
The Vancouver courthouse is considered safer than the Surrey BC court.
Because of the pandemic, there are Sheriffs checking everyone that comes into court. However, this is for COVID-19 screening, not for security reasons.
The sheriffs often ask questions like:
- Have you been out of the country in the past 14 days?
- Do you feel sick?
We are sure that Qinqin Shen will be returning to the Court, this time to face an attempted murder charge.
Hopefully, this is the end of both of their 16-year fight. The two had filed many documents and Applications against each other.
All of this costs taxpayers money. The two also must have spent a lot of time and money on court fees. Neither had lawyers.
This is the problem when people don’t have lawyers. They can spend a ton of time-fighting in court since they are not paying an hourly rate.
Author: Alistair Vigier is the CEO of Clearway Law