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Beckman is seeking a disclaimer to be put on “They don’t say one in five [users] are part of an attempted murder,” she told the media.
Beckman claims that sites like Match should offer warnings to their members about just how dangerous some of the people in their dating pool can be."I know I'm not Nancy Sinatra but there must be someone out there who would have coffee with me," said Margaret Clark in an interview with Edmonton AM.According to the lawsuit, Clark paid ,494.75 in December 2014 for a membership with Edmonton Matchmakers at their office in Old Strathcona."There were 10 stab wounds, eight on my physical body, two on my head, and when the knife broke, there was stomping on my head," Beckman told CBS affiliate KLAS-TV. Beckman has undergone surgeries to repair her jaw, preserve her eyesight and remove part of her skull to replace it with a "synthetic component," according to Courthouse News Service.
Ridley was arrested in February 2011 for attempted murder as well as killing another woman in Phoenix, Ariz. Beckman's lawyer, Marc Saggese, told KLAS-TV that is "absolutely not safe" and lulls "women and men into a false sense of security." said in a statement that Beckman's experience was horrible, but the basis for the lawsuit was "absurd" and that Ridley had no known criminal record.
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