New Jersey woman’s leg broke after she said to another customer to put the face mask on: VIDEO
The anti-masker's rage in America knows no bounds. Another controversy at a Staples in Hackensack ended with a 54-year-old woman who had recently undergone a liver transplant being thrown to the ground.
The incident was captured on a surveillance camera and shows the victim standing near the fax, then another woman comes close to her with her face mask down.
According to the testimony of the victim, Margot Kagan, she reprimanded the girl who was wearing a protective mask inappropriately. After that, the attacker went berserk and threw Kagan to the floor and hurriedly left the premises.
"The suspect became angry and yelled at the victim, who picked up her walking cane and pointed it directly at the suspect, coming within inches of the suspect's chest," said Capt. Darrin DeWitt, a detective with the Hackensack Police Department, according to NBC News.
The victim was taken to the hospital where doctors diagnosed fractured left tibia, according to DeWitt.Police are currently trying to identify a suspect for assault charges and the Executive Order violation, signed by Governor Phil Murphy.
“The Order reiterates New Jersey's policy of requiring face coverings in indoor spaces that are accessible to members of the public, such as retail, recreational, and entertainment businesses, areas of government buildings open to the public, and mass transit buses, trains, and stations, again with exceptions for health reasons and children under two,” says the ruling.