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HYATTSVILLE, Md. - A 12-year-old boy fatally slashed a man who was attacking his mother at the boarding house where they lived, authorities said.

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Salomon Noubissie, 64, died at a hospital after he was slashed across the neck Monday night in the home in the Landover area.

 

Cpl. Diane Richardson, a spokeswoman for Prince George's County police, said Wednesday that authorities hadn't decided whether the boy would be charged with anything. They were reviewing the case with the state's attorney's office.

 

The boy said he had been playing a video game Monday night when he heard his mother, Cheryl Stamp, scream. He found her on the kitchen floor, straddled by a fellow resident who was choking her.

 

"I kept saying, 'Stop! Stop! Stop!'" the boy told The Washington Post, which published his account without giving his name. "But he just ignored me. He didn't stop. He just kept hurting her."

 

The boy said he took a knife and swung at the man. Police say they found Noubissie with a knife wound to the upper body.

 

Stamp said she didn't fully realize at first what her son had done. "He didn't say anything," she said. "But I knew when I looked in his eyes. I said, 'Oh, Lord.' "

 

Rarely is a 12-year-old implicated in a homicide, and even less often does a child that age kill someone to protect his mother.

 

"In Maryland, there can be a legitimate defense of third parties in the event of a violent attack," State's Attorney Glenn F. Ivey told the newspaper. "That is a possibility in this case."

 

Stamp said she and Noubissie, a Cameroonian immigrant, had moved into the boarding house within days of each other three months ago and had become friends. Stamp said Noubissie had told her he was studying to be a psychiatrist.

 

But on Monday night, she said, he was acting differently. He started to yell at her and grab her hair.

 

"He threw me down and started choking me. I think that's when my son came in. ... He protected me," she said.

 

Noubissie was combative with officers when they arrived, even as he was bleeding heavily, she said.

 

The boy said he was not happy with what happened but felt he had no choice.

 

"I told God that I had stabbed him because he was killing my mother. I know he understands, and I think he will keep us safe now.

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porc you beat me to it. fuck.

 

i hate clicking links. if the article is there. post it. you know?

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HYATTSVILLE, Md. - A 12-year-old boy fatally slashed a man who was attacking his mother at the boarding house where they lived, authorities said.

 

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Salomon Noubissie, 64, died at a hospital after he was slashed across the neck Monday night in the home in the Landover area.

 

Cpl. Diane Richardson, a spokeswoman for Prince George's County police, said Wednesday that authorities hadn't decided whether the boy would be charged with anything. They were reviewing the case with the state's attorney's office.

 

The boy said he had been playing a video game Monday night when he heard his mother, Cheryl Stamp, scream. He found her on the kitchen floor, straddled by a fellow resident who was choking her.

 

"I kept saying, 'Stop! Stop! Stop!'" the boy told The Washington Post, which published his account without giving his name. "But he just ignored me. He didn't stop. He just kept hurting her."

 

The boy said he took a knife and swung at the man. Police say they found Noubissie with a knife wound to the upper body.

 

Stamp said she didn't fully realize at first what her son had done. "He didn't say anything," she said. "But I knew when I looked in his eyes. I said, 'Oh, Lord.' "

 

Rarely is a 12-year-old implicated in a homicide, and even less often does a child that age kill someone to protect his mother.

 

"In Maryland, there can be a legitimate defense of third parties in the event of a violent attack," State's Attorney Glenn F. Ivey told the newspaper. "That is a possibility in this case."

 

Stamp said she and Noubissie, a Cameroonian immigrant, had moved into the boarding house within days of each other three months ago and had become friends. Stamp said Noubissie had told her he was studying to be a psychiatrist.

 

But on Monday night, she said, he was acting differently. He started to yell at her and grab her hair.

 

"He threw me down and started choking me. I think that's when my son came in. ... He protected me," she said.

 

Noubissie was combative with officers when they arrived, even as he was bleeding heavily, she said.

 

The boy said he was not happy with what happened but felt he had no choice.

 

"I told God that I had stabbed him because he was killing my mother. I know he understands, and I think he will keep us safe now."

 

HYATTSVILLE, Md. - A 12-year-old boy fatally slashed a man who was attacking his mother at the boarding house where they lived, authorities said.

 

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Salomon Noubissie, 64, died at a hospital after he was slashed across the neck Monday night in the home in the Landover area.

 

Cpl. Diane Richardson, a spokeswoman for Prince George's County police, said Wednesday that authorities hadn't decided whether the boy would be charged with anything. They were reviewing the case with the state's attorney's office.

 

The boy said he had been playing a video game Monday night when he heard his mother, Cheryl Stamp, scream. He found her on the kitchen floor, straddled by a fellow resident who was choking her.

 

"I kept saying, 'Stop! Stop! Stop!'" the boy told The Washington Post, which published his account without giving his name. "But he just ignored me. He didn't stop. He just kept hurting her."

 

The boy said he took a knife and swung at the man. Police say they found Noubissie with a knife wound to the upper body.

 

Stamp said she didn't fully realize at first what her son had done. "He didn't say anything," she said. "But I knew when I looked in his eyes. I said, 'Oh, Lord.' "

 

Rarely is a 12-year-old implicated in a homicide, and even less often does a child that age kill someone to protect his mother.

 

"In Maryland, there can be a legitimate defense of third parties in the event of a violent attack," State's Attorney Glenn F. Ivey told the newspaper. "That is a possibility in this case."

 

Stamp said she and Noubissie, a Cameroonian immigrant, had moved into the boarding house within days of each other three months ago and had become friends. Stamp said Noubissie had told her he was studying to be a psychiatrist.

 

But on Monday night, she said, he was acting differently. He started to yell at her and grab her hair.

 

"He threw me down and started choking me. I think that's when my son came in. ... He protected me," she said.

 

Noubissie was combative with officers when they arrived, even as he was bleeding heavily, she said.

 

The boy said he was not happy with what happened but felt he had no choice.

 

"I told God that I had stabbed him because he was killing my mother. I know he understands, and I think he will keep us safe now."

 

 

HYATTSVILLE, Md. - A 12-year-old boy fatally slashed a man who was attacking his mother at the boarding house where they lived, authorities said.

 

ADVERTISEMENT

 

Salomon Noubissie, 64, died at a hospital after he was slashed across the neck Monday night in the home in the Landover area.

 

Cpl. Diane Richardson, a spokeswoman for Prince George's County police, said Wednesday that authorities hadn't decided whether the boy would be charged with anything. They were reviewing the case with the state's attorney's office.

 

The boy said he had been playing a video game Monday night when he heard his mother, Cheryl Stamp, scream. He found her on the kitchen floor, straddled by a fellow resident who was choking her.

 

"I kept saying, 'Stop! Stop! Stop!'" the boy told The Washington Post, which published his account without giving his name. "But he just ignored me. He didn't stop. He just kept hurting her."

 

The boy said he took a knife and swung at the man. Police say they found Noubissie with a knife wound to the upper body.

 

Stamp said she didn't fully realize at first what her son had done. "He didn't say anything," she said. "But I knew when I looked in his eyes. I said, 'Oh, Lord.' "

 

Rarely is a 12-year-old implicated in a homicide, and even less often does a child that age kill someone to protect his mother.

 

"In Maryland, there can be a legitimate defense of third parties in the event of a violent attack," State's Attorney Glenn F. Ivey told the newspaper. "That is a possibility in this case."

 

Stamp said she and Noubissie, a Cameroonian immigrant, had moved into the boarding house within days of each other three months ago and had become friends. Stamp said Noubissie had told her he was studying to be a psychiatrist.

 

But on Monday night, she said, he was acting differently. He started to yell at her and grab her hair.

 

"He threw me down and started choking me. I think that's when my son came in. ... He protected me," she said.

 

Noubissie was combative with officers when they arrived, even as he was bleeding heavily, she said.

 

The boy said he was not happy with what happened but felt he had no choice.

 

"I told God that I had stabbed him because he was killing my mother. I know he understands, and I think he will keep us safe now."

 

HYATTSVILLE, Md. - A 12-year-old boy fatally slashed a man who was attacking his mother at the boarding house where they lived, authorities said.

 

ADVERTISEMENT

 

Salomon Noubissie, 64, died at a hospital after he was slashed across the neck Monday night in the home in the Landover area.

 

Cpl. Diane Richardson, a spokeswoman for Prince George's County police, said Wednesday that authorities hadn't decided whether the boy would be charged with anything. They were reviewing the case with the state's attorney's office.

 

The boy said he had been playing a video game Monday night when he heard his mother, Cheryl Stamp, scream. He found her on the kitchen floor, straddled by a fellow resident who was choking her.

 

"I kept saying, 'Stop! Stop! Stop!'" the boy told The Washington Post, which published his account without giving his name. "But he just ignored me. He didn't stop. He just kept hurting her."

 

The boy said he took a knife and swung at the man. Police say they found Noubissie with a knife wound to the upper body.

 

Stamp said she didn't fully realize at first what her son had done. "He didn't say anything," she said. "But I knew when I looked in his eyes. I said, 'Oh, Lord.' "

 

Rarely is a 12-year-old implicated in a homicide, and even less often does a child that age kill someone to protect his mother.

 

"In Maryland, there can be a legitimate defense of third parties in the event of a violent attack," State's Attorney Glenn F. Ivey told the newspaper. "That is a possibility in this case."

 

Stamp said she and Noubissie, a Cameroonian immigrant, had moved into the boarding house within days of each other three months ago and had become friends. Stamp said Noubissie had told her he was studying to be a psychiatrist.

 

But on Monday night, she said, he was acting differently. He started to yell at her and grab her hair.

 

"He threw me down and started choking me. I think that's when my son came in. ... He protected me," she said.

 

Noubissie was combative with officers when they arrived, even as he was bleeding heavily, she said.

 

The boy said he was not happy with what happened but felt he had no choice.

 

"I told God that I had stabbed him because he was killing my mother. I know he understands, and I think he will keep us safe now."

 

HYATTSVILLE, Md. - A 12-year-old boy fatally slashed a man who was attacking his mother at the boarding house where they lived, authorities said.

 

ADVERTISEMENT

 

Salomon Noubissie, 64, died at a hospital after he was slashed across the neck Monday night in the home in the Landover area.

 

Cpl. Diane Richardson, a spokeswoman for Prince George's County police, said Wednesday that authorities hadn't decided whether the boy would be charged with anything. They were reviewing the case with the state's attorney's office.

 

The boy said he had been playing a video game Monday night when he heard his mother, Cheryl Stamp, scream. He found her on the kitchen floor, straddled by a fellow resident who was choking her.

 

"I kept saying, 'Stop! Stop! Stop!'" the boy told The Washington Post, which published his account without giving his name. "But he just ignored me. He didn't stop. He just kept hurting her."

 

The boy said he took a knife and swung at the man. Police say they found Noubissie with a knife wound to the upper body.

 

Stamp said she didn't fully realize at first what her son had done. "He didn't say anything," she said. "But I knew when I looked in his eyes. I said, 'Oh, Lord.' "

 

Rarely is a 12-year-old implicated in a homicide, and even less often does a child that age kill someone to protect his mother.

 

"In Maryland, there can be a legitimate defense of third parties in the event of a violent attack," State's Attorney Glenn F. Ivey told the newspaper. "That is a possibility in this case."

 

Stamp said she and Noubissie, a Cameroonian immigrant, had moved into the boarding house within days of each other three months ago and had become friends. Stamp said Noubissie had told her he was studying to be a psychiatrist.

 

But on Monday night, she said, he was acting differently. He started to yell at her and grab her hair.

 

"He threw me down and started choking me. I think that's when my son came in. ... He protected me," she said.

 

Noubissie was combative with officers when they arrived, even as he was bleeding heavily, she said.

 

The boy said he was not happy with what happened but felt he had no choice.

 

"I told God that I had stabbed him because he was killing my mother. I know he understands, and I think he will keep us safe now."

 

HYATTSVILLE, Md. - A 12-year-old boy fatally slashed a man who was attacking his mother at the boarding house where they lived, authorities said.

 

ADVERTISEMENT

 

Salomon Noubissie, 64, died at a hospital after he was slashed across the neck Monday night in the home in the Landover area.

 

Cpl. Diane Richardson, a spokeswoman for Prince George's County police, said Wednesday that authorities hadn't decided whether the boy would be charged with anything. They were reviewing the case with the state's attorney's office.

 

The boy said he had been playing a video game Monday night when he heard his mother, Cheryl Stamp, scream. He found her on the kitchen floor, straddled by a fellow resident who was choking her.

 

"I kept saying, 'Stop! Stop! Stop!'" the boy told The Washington Post, which published his account without giving his name. "But he just ignored me. He didn't stop. He just kept hurting her."

 

The boy said he took a knife and swung at the man. Police say they found Noubissie with a knife wound to the upper body.

 

Stamp said she didn't fully realize at first what her son had done. "He didn't say anything," she said. "But I knew when I looked in his eyes. I said, 'Oh, Lord.' "

 

Rarely is a 12-year-old implicated in a homicide, and even less often does a child that age kill someone to protect his mother.

 

"In Maryland, there can be a legitimate defense of third parties in the event of a violent attack," State's Attorney Glenn F. Ivey told the newspaper. "That is a possibility in this case."

 

Stamp said she and Noubissie, a Cameroonian immigrant, had moved into the boarding house within days of each other three months ago and had become friends. Stamp said Noubissie had told her he was studying to be a psychiatrist.

 

But on Monday night, she said, he was acting differently. He started to yell at her and grab her hair.

 

"He threw me down and started choking me. I think that's when my son came in. ... He protected me," she said.

 

Noubissie was combative with officers when they arrived, even as he was bleeding heavily, she said.

 

The boy said he was not happy with what happened but felt he had no choice.

 

"I told God that I had stabbed him because he was killing my mother. I know he understands, and I think he will keep us safe now."

 

 

HYATTSVILLE, Md. - A 12-year-old boy fatally slashed a man who was attacking his mother at the boarding house where they lived, authorities said.

 

ADVERTISEMENT

 

Salomon Noubissie, 64, died at a hospital after he was slashed across the neck Monday night in the home in the Landover area.

 

Cpl. Diane Richardson, a spokeswoman for Prince George's County police, said Wednesday that authorities hadn't decided whether the boy would be charged with anything. They were reviewing the case with the state's attorney's office.

 

The boy said he had been playing a video game Monday night when he heard his mother, Cheryl Stamp, scream. He found her on the kitchen floor, straddled by a fellow resident who was choking her.

 

"I kept saying, 'Stop! Stop! Stop!'" the boy told The Washington Post, which published his account without giving his name. "But he just ignored me. He didn't stop. He just kept hurting her."

 

The boy said he took a knife and swung at the man. Police say they found Noubissie with a knife wound to the upper body.

 

Stamp said she didn't fully realize at first what her son had done. "He didn't say anything," she said. "But I knew when I looked in his eyes. I said, 'Oh, Lord.' "

 

Rarely is a 12-year-old implicated in a homicide, and even less often does a child that age kill someone to protect his mother.

 

"In Maryland, there can be a legitimate defense of third parties in the event of a violent attack," State's Attorney Glenn F. Ivey told the newspaper. "That is a possibility in this case."

 

Stamp said she and Noubissie, a Cameroonian immigrant, had moved into the boarding house within days of each other three months ago and had become friends. Stamp said Noubissie had told her he was studying to be a psychiatrist.

 

But on Monday night, she said, he was acting differently. He started to yell at her and grab her hair.

 

"He threw me down and started choking me. I think that's when my son came in. ... He protected me," she said.

 

Noubissie was combative with officers when they arrived, even as he was bleeding heavily, she said.

 

The boy said he was not happy with what happened but felt he had no choice.

 

"I told God that I had stabbed him because he was killing my mother. I know he understands, and I think he will keep us safe now."

 

HYATTSVILLE, Md. - A 12-year-old boy fatally slashed a man who was attacking his mother at the boarding house where they lived, authorities said.

 

ADVERTISEMENT

 

Salomon Noubissie, 64, died at a hospital after he was slashed across the neck Monday night in the home in the Landover area.

 

Cpl. Diane Richardson, a spokeswoman for Prince George's County police, said Wednesday that authorities hadn't decided whether the boy would be charged with anything. They were reviewing the case with the state's attorney's office.

 

The boy said he had been playing a video game Monday night when he heard his mother, Cheryl Stamp, scream. He found her on the kitchen floor, straddled by a fellow resident who was choking her.

 

"I kept saying, 'Stop! Stop! Stop!'" the boy told The Washington Post, which published his account without giving his name. "But he just ignored me. He didn't stop. He just kept hurting her."

 

The boy said he took a knife and swung at the man. Police say they found Noubissie with a knife wound to the upper body.

 

Stamp said she didn't fully realize at first what her son had done. "He didn't say anything," she said. "But I knew when I looked in his eyes. I said, 'Oh, Lord.' "

 

Rarely is a 12-year-old implicated in a homicide, and even less often does a child that age kill someone to protect his mother.

 

"In Maryland, there can be a legitimate defense of third parties in the event of a violent attack," State's Attorney Glenn F. Ivey told the newspaper. "That is a possibility in this case."

 

Stamp said she and Noubissie, a Cameroonian immigrant, had moved into the boarding house within days of each other three months ago and had become friends. Stamp said Noubissie had told her he was studying to be a psychiatrist.

 

But on Monday night, she said, he was acting differently. He started to yell at her and grab her hair.

 

"He threw me down and started choking me. I think that's when my son came in. ... He protected me," she said.

 

Noubissie was combative with officers when they arrived, even as he was bleeding heavily, she said.

 

The boy said he was not happy with what happened but felt he had no choice.

 

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i hate clicking links. if the article is there. post it. you know?

 

yeah i hear that. that was the first thing i did i din't even bother readin teh story til i posted.

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Well that kid's ruined for the rest of his life.

 

 

I didn't bother reading this article, but on the news they said he wasn't going to be charged.

So if anything, this just upgraded his life. His fam is gonna treat him like they owe him something and all the other kids aint gonna ever fuck with him.

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I'm not talking about that, I doubt they'd try to prosecute a kid for that. I'm talking about the fact a kid had to slice a guys throat to get him off his mom. There's no way that can't fuck him up.

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I'm not talking about that, I doubt they'd try to prosecute a kid for that. I'm talking about the fact a kid had to slice a guys throat to get him off his mom. There's no way that can't fuck him up.

 

Not that the shit happens all the time, but it's a pretty normal reaction to stab a nigga who's trying to kill your mom.

 

I don't think he'll be too fucked up about it. If anything it'll just become something to brag about when he's drunk with his freinds later on in life.

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Yeah dude, I've seen one of my parents dead when I was like 8 years old and it didn't fuck me up too bad.

 

That's more justified because he was older, knew what was happening, knew why he did it, and probably won't worry too much about it.

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Kind of fucked up. Dad on the bathroom floor. Blue body. Ass-naked. OD'd with his face in a pile of vomit.

 

I never really gave a fuck because he was a junky and beat my mom, but it was some pretty grizzly shit to experience.

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Kind of fucked up. Dad on the bathroom floor. Blue body. Ass-naked. OD'd with his face in a pile of vomit.

 

I never really gave a fuck because he was a junky and beat my mom, but it was some pretty grizzly shit to experience.

 

 

Don't even know what to say to that. That's crazy.

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I have a friend who saw his dad die when he was seven or so, and I can see how much it has affected virtually everything in his life.

 

 

Fuck, I saw my dad dead at twenty-seven, and that fucked me up pretty bad.

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See this is exactly what I needed. All these stories of 3rd graders plotting to kill teachers and like girls burning their parents alive in their house for the sake of their boyfriend. Those kids are fucked up. This kid just had a normal reaction to a legit crazy situation this is primal fear and reaction at its best.

 

Bravo for the kid, I hope he doesnt get fucked up in anyways...

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