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Wednesday, 19 August 2015

Video: Two Teenagers Brutally Beat A 76 Year Old Lady Steal Her Purse at St. Cecilia Cathedral Church on Sunday In Front Of A Picture Of JESUS!


An assault and robbery of a 76-year-old woman Sunday morning in the back of St. Cecilia Cathedral left a parish priest shaken when he watched the surveillance video.
The Rev. James Netusil said Tuesday that he was in the sacristy preparing for 11:30 a.m. Mass when the assault occurred. An usher rushed in and asked for a towel to clean blood from the face of a woman who had been mugged
“Honestly, I saw the video for the first time this morning, and it just makes you cringe,” Netusil said. “After the first kid grabbed her purse, the second one hits her, and there’s no point to it. It was just evil.”
The woman was taken to Creighton University Medical Center with a large bump and scrapes on her forehead, according to an Omaha Police Department report. She was treated in the emergency room and released, a hospital spokeswoman said.
The woman is doing fine, according to a post written by Netusil on Facebook, and she is only asking for prayers for the perpetrators.
“What faith it takes to pray for those who attack you,” Netusil wrote. “So very humbling.”
A video of the incident showing what appears to be two teenage boys assaulting the woman has been posted on St. Cecilia’s Facebook page. The attackers’ faces and clothing are clearly visible on camera.
The woman, a resident of Johnston, Iowa, can be seen in the video reading a copy of the parish newsletter at the welcome table at 11:06 a.m. in the church at 701 N. 40th St. The assault takes less than 15 seconds.
One attacker approached the 5-foot-6, 150-pound woman from behind and grabbed her purse before running out the door. The second attacker can be seen hitting the woman squarely on the side of her face, knocking her down. The woman hit her head on the side of the table as she fell.
Surveillance cameras mounted outside show the attackers run out the door, down Burt Street to 39th Street and then north toward Cuming Street, Netusil said. He estimated that the teens were between 5-foot-8 and 5-foot-10.
Netusil said security cameras have been installed throughout the church and on campus for at least 10 years and the “system is exceptionally thorough.”
A parishioner helped the woman into a restroom to help her clean up, Netusil said.
The priest, who is new to the parish, talked to the woman for just a moment before police and paramedics arrived.
“She was pretty shaken up, but she didn’t want to go to the hospital at first,” he said. “From the video, we know that she had just walked in two minutes before and suddenly, she’s attacked.”
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