Elis Gonn, the woman who yesterday stabbed the owner of a bar in via San Donato 82 accusing him of making advances during the job interview, and a feminist activist who said she hated men.In 2018, she was sentenced by the court of Managua for the assault of a priest in the capital of Nicaragua.
On 5 December 2018 he launched sulfuric acid against the vicar of the Metropolitan Cathedral of Managua Mario Guevara, while confessions and rites of exorcism were taking place in the church. After the arrest, she told the police that she was induced by the devil.
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“Satan told me to kill someone or he would ask for my life in return,” explained the woman, who also added that she hates men because of her sexual orientation. Some faithful had blocked her in the church but the priest had suffered burns caused by acid on the face and body and had been hospitalized.
The woman in court, from a Nicaraguan newspaper
Gonn was arrested and sentenced to 8 years on May 3 a year ago but – according to Nicaraguan press sources – was released in August. After her release, she returned to Italy where she had obtained refugee status years ago as a persecuted in Russia for her membership of the feminist movement and for her sexual orientation. For some time the woman has lived in Castiglione Torinese.