The dead wigger and her black BF.
NEW YORK – An arrest has been made in the gruesome murder of New
York City mom Orsolya Gaal, whose body was reportedly found stabbed
nearly 60 times and stuffed inside a duffel bag, Fox News has
Cops arrested 44-year-old David Bonola just before 1 a.m. Thursday
and charged him with murder, criminal tampering and criminal
possession of a weapon, the NYPD said. Bonola was not a stranger to
the victim and has no unsealed criminal history in New York City,
Authorities said Bonola lives on 114th Street near Liberty Avenue in
Queens, about 2.7 miles from the victim's home on leafy Juno Street.
Examining the distances between both houses shows Bonola could have
passed through the Jackie Robinson Parkway and the Metropolitan
Avenue area – where Gaal's remains were discovered – had he chosen
to walk home that night.
Photos from outside Bonola's home show the residence surrounded by
police crime scene tape, with one marked police vehicle and multiple
officers out front.
ORSOLYA GAAL MURDER MYSTERY TIMELINE
Gaal, a 51-year-old married mother of two, was found murdered 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.
Meanwhile, her 53-year-old husband, Howard Klein, was with their
other son on the West Coast, but told the New York Post he was
returning home. Klein did not respond to Fox News Digital's request
for comment on Monday.
SLAIN NYC MOM ORSOLYA GAAL'S HOME HAD SEPARATE BASEMENT ENTRANCE,
FAMILY ELECTRICIAN SAYS
Surveillance footage from around 4:30 a.m. that day appeared to show
a figure pulling a similar-looking bag along the sidewalk, sources
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."
Fox News' Haley Chi-Sing contributed to this report.
The truth comes out, she was fucking around.