Man Stabbed to Death in Vancouver, Father stabbed to Death at Vancouver Starbucks – Death Cause

Man Stabbed to Death in Vancouver – A man who is now facing accusations of murder is suspected of stabbing to death a father of three who was 37 years old at a Starbucks in Vancouver in front of his wife and their young daughter. The accusation against the man is that he committed the alleged deed in the presence of the victim’s wife. An investigation into whether or not the person committed the murder crime is presently underway.

The victim’s mother claims that Paul Stanley Schmidt was assaulted at the coffee shop on the corner of Pender and Granville streets after he asked a man to refrain from smoking near his daughter, who was only three years old at the time of the incident. The victim’s daughter was only three years old at the time of the incident. The event took occurred after Paul Stanley Schmidt asked the man to desist from smoking while near his daughter. The man ignored Schmidt’s request and continued to smoke.

The offender was the victim’s father, and he was making every effort to shield his daughter from the health risks associated with secondhand smoke when he committed the crime. In response to what had taken place, Kathy Schmidt offered the following remark: “What took place taking place is entirely and totally unacceptable.” She went on to say that he was merely seeking to protect his child from any potential dangers that might have been present, and she added that he was successful in doing so. “I’m angry and I’m sad.”

The Dr. Sun Yat-Sen Garden Society, whose Executive Director Lorraine Lowe is a neighbor and friend of the extended family of Mr. Schmidt’s fiancée, has organized a gathering for the purpose of raising money for Mr. Schmidt’s family. The date of the event has been set for Saturday, April 13th. As a direct consequence of what has already taken place, the Schmidt family will emerge victorious. Ms. Lowe is providing an additional contribution to the organization of the get-together.