Ruth Mataafa And Jachai Leota Fuimaono Wiki
Ruth Mataafa, 22, died after being rushed to hospital with multiple stab wounds on Saturday afternoon. Her former boyfriend Jachai Leota Fuimaono, also aged 22, was found dead inside the house with stab wounds to his chest.
Ruth Mataafa was treated at the scene by paramedics before being taken to Westmead Hospital for surgery in a critical condition but died a short time later.
Ruth Mataafa Age
She was 22 years old.
Leaving your partner should never end in murder but all too often in Australia, it does.
This is 22-year-old Ruth Mataafa. Today she was stabbed to death by her former partner in Bidwill, NSW. The violent thug took the coward’s way out and ended his own life.
— Sherele Moody (@ShereleMoody) May 30, 2020
Ruth Mataafa Stabbed By Boyfriend Jachai Leota Fuimaono
A woman stabbed by her ex-boyfriend, who later turned the knife, was named Ruth Mataafa. The 22-year-old died during emergency surgery on Saturday afternoon after going to his ex-partner Jachia Leota Fuimaono’s home in Bidwill, western Sydney. It is understood that the couple had met to discuss the problems they had after the end of their four-year relationship. He is believed to have stabbed his ex-girlfriend multiple times in the stomach before turning the knife on himself.
He died at the scene from stab wounds to his chest.
Police Report & Investigation
Police believe her parents had been inside the home at the time of the attack. ‘It is difficult (for families) to deal with it. They are both 22 and you never expect your children to die, ” said Mount Druitt chief inspector Paul Tickner. Detectives have started an investigation, but are not looking for anyone else in connection with the incident.
NSW police confirmed that the couple knew each other. An investigation has begun into the circumstances surrounding the double stabbing. “A crime scene has been established that will be examined by specialized forensic police,” NSW police said in a statement.
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