A Pittsburgh man who claimed to be Jesus was charged with attempted manslaughter after allegedly stabbing three people in an apartment.
According to a criminal complaint examined by TribLive, emergency dispatchers received a call before 2 a.m. on Monday from a man saying someone tried to kill him. The caller then hung up and the responding authorities found three knife wounds in an apartment in the Carrick neighborhood of Pittsburgh.
After taking care of the victims, the officers heard a noise coming from the basement of the apartment. She and a K9 unit then found Rami Jasim, 33, who was hiding in the rafters of the basement.
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The officers took Jasim to the Allegheny County Jail, but he was not interviewed because he was “uncooperative”.
One male victim was listed in stable condition and another in critical condition, TribLive reported, while the female victim was listed in serious condition.
One of the injured told the officers in an interview that according to the criminal complaint, Jasim was offered a place to stay in the apartment because he was homeless. The victim said they were discussing the Gregorian calendar when Jasim said he was Jesus and started stabbing people.
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The woman who was stabbed in the knife added that they “all just hung out” the night of the attack before allegedly seeing Jasim go into a man’s bedroom in the apartment. Then she saw that the man had been stabbed and Jasim is said to have started stabbing her claiming to be Jesus.
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Jasim was charged with attempted homicide on three counts and grievous bodily harm on three counts in the case. The investigation continues.
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