Devastated Father of Murdered 24-Year-Old UCLA Student Blames Los Angeles’ Woke Politicians and Prosecutors Who Support Criminals After She Was Stabbed to Death by Random Man in Furniture Store

Brianna Kupfer, 24, was stabbed to death in a random attack last Thursday while she was working in a luxury furniture store in Los Angeles

The devastated father of a UCLA grad student who was stabbed to death in broad daylight last week while working in a luxury LA furniture store is slamming politicians for ignoring the recent spike in violent crime.

‘We have a lot of politicians that somehow forgot about people and think the key to getting elected is to support the lowest rung of our society and to give them rights and somehow that’s the answer to getting votes,’ Todd Kupfer told Fox News.

Kupfer’s 24-year-old daughter, Brianna Kupfer, was murdered last Thursday when a male suspect, who is believed to be homeless, walked into Croft House around 1:50 p.m. and stabbed her to death. He then fled through the back door before calmly walking down an alley.

Brianna (centre right) leaves behind her mother, father, brothers Brandon and Tucker and her sister Mikaela, who was her best friend, her family said
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The architectural design student from Pacific Palisades was discovered 20 minutes later by a customer. She died at the scene before help could arrive.

The LAPD determined that it was a random attack and the suspect did not know the victim. Police say he was wearing a dark hoodie, sunglasses, a white N-95 mask, and carrying a dark back pack.

Police said the male suspect (pictured) is believed to be homeless and fled through the back door before calming walking down an alley

‘Crime is truly spiking, and we have a lot of criminals on the streets that shouldn’t be out,’ Kupfer’s father told Fox News.

His daughter had been working as a design consultant at the high-end furniture store popular with celebrities like Mandy Moore, whose Pasadena home features a Croft House sofa, according to Architectural Digest.

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SOURCE: Daily Mail, Andrea Cavallier