The dead wigger and her black BF.
NEW YORK – Queens mom Orsolya Gaal and her killer were arguing
inside her family’s home in the early morning hours of the day she
was fatally stabbed, when the suspect – identified as 44-year-old
family handyman David Bonola – tried to convince her to rekindle
their "intimate" relationship, NYPD official confirmed Thursday.
Bonola, who had worked for Gaal and her family over the course of
the past two years, confessed to parts of the gruesome crime and
made further incriminating statements during interviews with NYPD
investigators late Wednesday. He was charged early Thursday morning
with murder, criminal tampering and criminal possession of a weapon,
"We believe the relationship that Mr. Bonola had with our victim was
a intimate-type relationship and this stemmed to be a domestic-type
dispute that they were having over their intimate relationship,"
said NYPD Lt. Tommy Thompson from the Queens North Homicide squad.
Gaal, a 51-year-old married mother of two, was found murdered and
stuffed into one of her son’s hockey bags on Saturday morning, less
than a mile from her Forest Hill home.
Police said they received a call around 8:10 a.m. Saturday for a
report of "a suspicious bag with blood on it at the corner of
Metropolitan Avenue and Jackie Robinson Parkway."
Investigators also found a blood trail that led them back to the
family’s home. One of Gaal's sons was home at the time of the
murder, and was questioned by authorities but was later released.
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Meanwhile, her 53-year-old husband, Howard Klein, was with their
other son on the West Coast.
Surveillance footage from around 4:30 a.m. that day appeared to show
a figure pulling a similar-looking bag along the sidewalk, sources
Gaal attended a show at Lincoln Center on Friday night and then rode
the train to the Forest Hills neighborhood, where she stopped in a
local watering hole around 11:20 p.m., police said.
She returned to her Juno Street home in Forest Hills around 12:20
a.m. Saturday. Police say she either let Bonola into the home or he
used a spare key that was hidden in the barbeque about 10 to 20
minutes later, police said. One of the woman’s sons was on an upper
floor at the time.
Gaal and Bonola then went down to the basement, where they began
arguing, police officials said. Bonola allegedly went to the home
that evening "to speak about the relationship again."
"A heated argument ensues between the two in the basement. A knife
is brandished. A violent struggle ensues, resulting in our victim
being stabbed ruthlessly and brutally in excess of 55 times, causing
her demise," NYPD Chief of Detectives James Essig said.
Police said the murder weapon was then left behind at the crime
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"Mr. Bonola then retrieved the hockey bag belonging to Ms. Gaal's
son, placed her in the bag and as video showed, was seen rolling the
body down the sidewalks, leaving a bloody trail through the streets
of Forest Hills," Essig continued. Police believe he then fled to
Forest Park, "where investigators discovered the jacket believed to
be worn by him during this vicious crime."
He said detectives also developed leads that pointed them to a
location "where boots, a T-shirt and bloody bandages were
discovered." They learned he was treated for hand wounds at an area
hospital, Essig said.
Investigators said the pair had been off and on, and they had broken
up prior but had reunited in the month of April." At the time of the
murder, their relationship had been considered "at an end," police
said. Their on-and-off relationship went on for two years, cops
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Essig said Bonola made "incriminating statements." Investigators
further described how his "confession" included an admission that he
had sent a chilling text message from the victim’s cell phone.
The NYPD said Thursday they believe the contents of the message to
be completely bogus.
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"We have it from, in the confession, that he sent that message," an
NYPD executive said. "We don’t believe there was any danger to the
Investigators further described how they believe Bonola moved the
victim’s body because he did not want the family to find it. And
said the knife used in the crime was "consistent with knives that
are in the home."
Local news station WNBC-TV reported that Gaal was last seen late
Friday at a Queens bar and restaurant called Forest Hills Station
House, where she was alone and stayed from about 11:45 p.m. to 12:30
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"She was here on Friday, right in the center of the bar. Had a
Moscow mule, had a bite to eat. Spoke to a few of my staff members
that know her, joking around in conversation," restaurant manager
Gabriel Veras told WNBC. "She was a very, very sweet regular. She
left alone and we were in shock the next day. Shock."
On Thursday, Mayor Eric Adams called the murder "really a horrific
The truth comes out, she was fucking around.