Tuesday, January 18, 2022

THE COST OF APATHY: Devastated Father of Murdered UCLA Student, 24, Slams Woke Lawmakers for 'Bestowing Favor' on Criminals at the Expense of Innocent People

Source: Daily Mail

Published: January 18, 2022 

By: Andrea Cavallier and Snejana Farberov

  • Brianna Kupfer, 24, a UCLA grad student was working alone in the luxury furniture store, Croft House, in L.A.
  • Her devastated father slammed politicians, accusing them of exposing communities to 'people that are falling out the bottom'
  • Todd Kupfer said leaders having been championing people 'that rob others of their rights'
  • A man believed to be homeless entered the store around 1:50 p.m. on Thursday and stabbed the design student to death before making his escape through the back door 
  • She was discovered 20 minutes later by another customer   
  • The murder comes amid a huge crime surge in LA, with District Attorney George Gascon under fire for failing to crack down on the violence
  • Homicides in Los Angeles rose 52 percent last year from 2019, and shooting incidents were up 59 percent, LAPD data shows

The father of slain UCLA student Brianna Kupfer has revealed that his 24-yearold daughter was not supposed to be working on the day she was stabbed in cold-blood inside a high-end furniture store - and he laid some of the blame for the killing on politicians and their skewed priorities. 

'I blame what's endemic in our society right now, is that everybody seems to be oriented on giving back rights and bestowing favor on people that rob others of their rights,' Todd Kupfer told Fox News.


Kupfer said he is not blaming any politicians by name, but he argued that their job is 'to make communities better, to make people care more, not to tear down communities by exposing them to people that are falling out the bottom, that really don't care about other human beings and just think they can do whatever they like in our society.'

Todd Kupfer (right) went on Fox News on Tuesday to talk about the cold-blooded murder of his daughter, 24-year-old Brianna Kupfer, who was stabbed to death in LA last week 

Todd told host Steve Doocy that he blames politicians and their skewed priorities for the rising crime rates in communities 

Surveillance video shows a suspect in Brianna's murder calmly walking away from the crime scene in Los Angeles on Thursday afternoon 

Brianna Kupfer, a graduate student and design consultant, was working alone at the luxury Croft Home furniture store on Thursday afternoon when police say a man, who they believe was homeless, walked into the business, stabbed the employee to death, and then fled out the back door. 


As of Tuesday morning, police have not identified a suspect or announced his arrest. 

Brianna's father confirmed to Fox & Friends host Steve Doocy that his daughter was not supposed to be at work that day.

'You can question everything, you can spend your nights with all the 'what if's... but it doesn't change anything,' Todd Kupfer said. [Brianna is] a dedicated person. She was at work that day.' 

He added: 'I don't know why she was there alone, but she was. I don't think anybody would have anticipated that this could possibly happen there. 

'I don't think anybody is to blame other than the assailant - the awful person that did this to my daughter.' 

Todd Kupfer said he wants his daughter to be remembered 'as a person, a human being and a caring, loving and devoted family member and a great friend and just a rising star.'

The architectural design student from Pacific Palisades was discovered lying in a pool of blood 20 minutes later by a horrified customer, who was heard screaming, 'Oh, my God!.' Kupfer died at the scene before help could arrive. 

Continue reading at: DailyMail.co.uk
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