November 8, 2019
Jennifer Schlecht, whose surname means “bad, evil, wicked,” and “the opposite of good; immoral” according to Wiktionary, was a very humanitarian female.
Jennifer Schlecht being very humanitarian
She had a Bachelor’s degree in Anthropology and a Master’s degree in Population and Family Health. In spite of that, or maybe because of that, she also had a black husband and a mongrel daughter.
This is what she got in return for helping blacks.
Police in New York City are investigating a grisly double murder-suicide in which they say a man decapitated his wife, slit the throat of their five-year-old daughter and then took his own life by hanging Wednesday night, just hours after the woman tried to get an order of protection.
According to the NYPD, at around 9.18pm officers responded to a 911 call requesting a welfare check inside an apartment at 151 West 121st Street in the Harlem section of Manhattan.
Upon entering the unit, officers found Yonathan Tedla, 46, Jennifer Schlecht, 42, and their five-year-old daughter, Abaynesh Schlecht Tedla, dead inside.
It is unclear how long the family had been dead before their bodies were discovered.
Schlecht’s heartbroken father, Kenneth Schlecht, 74, tells New York Daily News that his daughter’s marriage was unraveling, and that his son-in-law had threatened to ‘take them all out’ if Jennifer tried to serve him with divorce papers.
Spectrum News NY1 said neighbors described the couple and their young daughter as ‘the perfect family’.
“The perfect family.”
Tedla was discovered in a bedroom, his wife in the bathroom, and their child in another bedroom, according to a press release from the police. The mother and daughter both had neck trauma.
The New York Daily News reported, citing unnamed sources, that Schlecht was found decapitated, with her severed head resting in her lap.
Her daughter suffered a cut so deep to her neck that she was partially beheaded.
The five-year-old’s father was found hanging from a rope tied to a bedroom door.
Police seized a knife, believed to be the murder weapon, from the scene.
Tedla and Schlecht were reportedly going through divorce proceedings and were due in court just hours before the gruesome slayings.
Till death did them part.
Kenneth Schlecht, Jennifer’s father, tells the Daily News that the last time he spoke to his daughter was last Sunday and she was in tears.
According to Kenneth, Jennifer and Yonathan’s previously happy marriage began coming apart at the seams when they welcomed their daughter five years ago.
Around the time Abaynesh turned two, Jennifer got an order of protection against her husband, but decided to stay with him because she did not want her daughter to grow up without a dad.
Neighbors described Tedla to ABC 7 NY as a friendly and kind man who adored his wife and daughter.
That’s the thing with blacks.They are dangerous creatures that trick people into relaxing around them by acting human, then they reveal their true nature.
He may have adored his wife and daughter until he didn’t. Or maybe he adored them as he killed them. After all, blacks appear to love to kill other blacks in Africa. Maybe killing is one of the ways in which they express their love.
According to her LinkedIn page, Schlecht served as a senior adviser for emergency preparedness and response with the humanitarian partnership Family Planning 2020.
Schlecht, one of three children in her family, graduated in 1999 from Boston University with a Bachelor’s degree in anthropology and went on to earn a Master’s degree in population and family health from Columbia University Mailman School of Public Health in 2004.
According to her online profile, Schlecht worked for 15 years in international relief and development, focusing on improving family planning for women and girls in areas affected by crises.
Last month, Schlecht gave a presentation at the Woodrow Wilson Center on the subject of reproductive care for female refugees.
Schlecht and Tedla welcomed their daughter, Abaynesh, in November 2014. Her name derives from an Amharic word that is translated as ‘you are the Nile.’
Even her daughter’s name was diverse. She got to experience the full diversity package, beheading and all.
Is there a more fitting end to such a bad, evil, wicked, and immoral female?