Meet Rohinie Bisesar
Rohinie Bisesar is the woman who randomly decided to stab a woman inside a drugstore in downtown Toronto last week. Rohinie Bisesar’s victim reportedly lost her life today.
On Tuesday Rohinie Bisesar stabbed 28-year-old Rosemarie Junor in the chest. Junor who is described as a newlywed, had been fighting for her life since the odd incident took place, on December 11.
Rohinie Bisesar was dressed in a business attire when she attacked Rosemarie Junor. According to online info, she is a businesswoman with credentials as an MBA grad from York University. In a weird twist of events, her victim also attended the same university.
According to the NY Daily News, the details keep getting weirder by the minute. Someone claiming to be Bisesar sent an email to Toronto’s National Post before the arrest, causing police to question her mental health. The mail read:
“I am sorry about the incidence. I felt the need to be extreme to see if it would work. I would normally not do such a thing,”
According to her LinkedIn, Bisesar has a solid background as a financial advisor. Her summary says she
advises and invest in consideration of global events, while continually opportunity seeking, on where to place budget dollars and/or disposable income, whether via financial products or via nonfinancial initiatives (towards financial ends).
Her strongest skills are listed: being knowledgeable, analytics, research, and communications. I have a background in sales, science, technology, capital markets, equity research, consultancy, and building firms.
She holds several diplomas, including, an MBA in finance, a BAS in general management, a BSc in molecular biology, a certificate in mining, and a CSC certification.
However, one of her friends, Karl Gutowski, told the National Post, that since graduating, she struggled to hold down regular work.
40-year-old Rohinie Bisesar –who resides in Toronto –has been charged with attempted murder, aggravated assault and carrying a concealed weapon but according to prosecutors, the charges will likely be upgraded now that the victim has died.
Police in Toronto described Bisesar as wearing a lavender dress shirt, black blazer and matching skirt. A still image from surveillance footage also showed her carrying a red shopping back. Bisesar was officially named as the prime suspect on December 14, three days after the attack. Cops say she didn’t know the victim and that it was a “completely random act of violence.”