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London Man Launches Public Appeal For Justice After Wife Survives Crossbow Attack – News18


Last Updated: March 19, 2024, 10:53 IST

Her husband heard her screaming and found her injured and bloody.

On March 4, 44-year-old Nazarine Cazley was a victim of a crossbow attack, as she was shot right in the head by the weapon while walking.

A woman in the UK became a victim of a crossbow attack in an area of London. As per the reports, the police were not able to find the culprits despite an investigation, so her husband took matters into his own hands and did this.

44-year-old Nazarine Cazley was a victim of a crossbow attack, as she was shot right in the head by the weapon while walking. The incident occurred near Arnold Circus in Shoreditch on March 4. Nazarine was taken to the hospital with the projectile still stuck in her head.

Her husband, Clifton Cazley claimed that the authorities did not do anything until a similar incident occurred around ten days later. So, after two days of his wife’s attack, he put up posters around the area of Arnold Circus, where the attack took place. Through the poster, he asked the locals for help, offering them a cash prize for getting his wife justice.

According to more information, the poster read, “A woman was hit by a crossbow to the back of her head on Monday, March 4, 2024, going home from work in Arnold Circus at 7.30 pm.” Clifton concluded it with, “Luckily, she lived but it could have been you or your kids. Please help to get this person to face justice.”

As per the reports, he later claimed that instead of getting any hopeful calls to offer help, only the police called and asked him to take down the posters. Giving more details on the unfortunate day, he revealed that he was with his 18-year-old son when he heard his wife’s screams from the street. He immediately ran out, only to see a bolt lodged at the back of her head and a lot of blood oozed out.

The family lives in a council flat in the area and has asked to be shifted to another area, as Nazarine is still scared to go out. Clifton stated that the authorities “decided to send all those officers out” after the second attack occurred, more than a week later.



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