Nadia Vitels, 52, who was found stuffed in duffel bag in her Manhattan apartment was ‘killed by two SQUATTERS who beat her to death’ as cops hunt male and female suspects

Police have revealed that the mother found murdered and stuffed into a duffel bag at her New York City apartment were a pair of squatters who beat the woman to death.

Nadia Vitels, 52, was found dead in the East 31st Street apartment in Manhattan’s Kips Bay on March 14 after her family called the building superintendent to do a wellness check.

The medical examiner ruled her death a homicide on Friday after an autopsy ruled she died from multiple facial fractures, a brain bleed, two broken ribs and blunt-force trauma to the head.

Now, NYPD Chief of Detectives says the suspects – already believed to be a black male and a black female both in their 20s – were squatting in Vitels’ apartment.

‘We believe that some squatters took the apartment over and this woman came home … and walked in on the squatters that were there,’ Kenny said.

Squatting is violence.

It is taking property by force.

Typically, it’s passive aggressive force, but in this case, the squatters murdered a woman to continue squatting.

If you come home and find uninvited people in your home, you should have the right to use lethal force to remove those people, before they kill you to squat in your home.

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By J. Kb

5 thoughts on “More justification for lethal force in defense of property”
  1. I wonder if this sort of thing only happens in blue controlled areas…. me thinks the 3 S theory comes into play in America….

  2. Property represents lifespan. Yours, your family’s, your parents’, whomever. But it took lifespan to acquire, lifespan to maintain. Take or destroy that property and you are stealing, quite literally, a part of someone’s life.
    …and there’s an attitude evolution in action. A decade ago I would not have thought that way.

    1. Exactly. I’ve said the same sort of thing with slightly different wording. Property is the consequence of labor, and labor is a portion of your life spent doing something you might not otherwise be doing. Take the property and you take that portion of my life.

      “Hang horse thieves” was an old rule and a good one for that reason. It needs to be brought back.

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