The identical New Jersey twins who were mortally stabbed in her chest during a fight & # 39; identified her own sister as her murderer before she bled to death & # 39;
- Amanda Ramirez, 27, shook and cried when Superior Court Judge Edward McBride revealed that a witness heard her sister Anna shout: "Amanda, you stabbed me!"
- The same witness, who has not been identified, claims that Ramirez has threatened her brothers and sisters a few moments earlier and is telling Anna what I am going to do. & # 39;
- She went down to investigate the sources of the terrifying warning and came forward to find Anna who was stabbed and lying on the ground
- According to Ramirez's story, the sisters fought on the floor when Anna got a knife from the kitchen and tried to stab her with it
- The 27-year-old says she managed to disarm her identical twin from the blade and then, in an act of self-defense, dived it in her chest
Before a New Jersey woman bled after being stabbed in the chest with a knife, she identified her twin sister as her murderer, a judge who was revealed in court on Thursday.
Amanda Ramirez, 27, shook and cried during much of the hearing, during which Camden County Superior Court revealed Judge Edward McBride that a witness heard her defeated sister Anna shout: & Amanda, you stabbed me! While she was bleeding the floor on Saturday.
The same witness, unidentified, claims Ramirez has previously threatened her brother or sister and tells Anna what I am going to do, & # 39; before she returns home to the Centennial Village Apartments and a large kitchen knife.
The woman lives on the top floor of the same building as the sister's family and says she has heard Ramirez's threat from a window.
Amanda Ramirez, 27, shook and cried when Superior Court Judge Edward McBride revealed that a witness heard her sister Anna scream: & # 39; Amanda, you stabbed me! & # 39;
The same witness, who has not been identified, claims that Ramirez has threatened her brothers and sisters a few moments earlier and is telling Anna what I am going to do. & # 39;
She went down to investigate the sources of the terrifying warning and came forward to find Anna, stabbed and lying on the floor.
The shocking revelation was shared during a bail for Amanda, who was accused of aggravated manslaughter in connection with the death of her identical twin.
A theory behind the source of the ill-fated argument has not yet been disclosed by prosecutors, but a report from the New York Times suggests that the sisters have both been romantically involved with the same man.
The police arrived on June 22 at 5:40 am to find Ramirez in the blood, who is said to have told the officers that she had no idea what had happened to Anna and that she found her sister that way.
The 27-year-old then changed her story several times with the police, during the third review she claimed that she had been drinking at a family member's house and when they returned to the apartment building she had slapped her sister's face.
According to the Ramirez story, the sisters fought until they were on their knees, when Anna pulled a knife from the kitchen, resumed the fight, leading to a fight between the couple.
Ramirez's friends and family were crying after her during the hearing
Ramirez burst into tears as soon as she entered the courtroom on Thursday afternoon, chained by the wrists and ankles
Ramirez claimed that she had eventually disarmed her sister and then, in an act of self-defense, stabbed her in the chest.
Police documents show that officers watched a number of injuries on Ramirez's body while they interviewed her, including scratches on her face, cracks on one finger and dried blood on her ear.
Later a knife was found from the apartment of Ramirez & # 39; s family, with preliminary tests suggesting it might have had blood.
Ramirez burst into tears when she entered the courtroom on Thursday afternoon, shocked by the wrists and ankles.
In a solemn procession, accompanied by two offers, she shuffled past the grieving faces of her relatives who were still crying during the hearing.
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