A MIGRANT has been charged with the murder of Emily Jones, aged 7, who was slain in broad daylight in a Bolton park.
Eltiona Skana, 30 formerly of Turnstone Road, Bolton was charged with the possession of a bladed article.
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Sicko Skana has been remanded in custody to appear before Manchester and Salford Magistrates’ Court on Tuesday 26 May 2020.
Emily Jones aged just seven was out with her dad Mark Jones and Mum Sarah Barnes enjoying a Mother’s Day ride on her scooter in Queen’s Park, one of Bolton’s biggest parks close to the Town Centre.
Emergency services attended but sadly despite the best efforts of Emily’s family and medical responders, she passed away a short time later.
Locals were initially only told that the attacker was a 30-year-old female who was “mentally ill” and one eyewitness claimed that Greater Manchester Police and the Media have attempted to ‘cover-up’ the shocking incident – that could be classed as terror – amid Coronavirus.
An eyewitness told Politicalite that “A huge Police presence was on the scene within minutes” of the incident taking place.”
“It as if a terror attack had happened” added the source.
Former Big Brother star Helen Wood who lives nearby also commented on the incident.
The star took to Twitter and revealed: “This was right near my house”
“Media have done nothing it’s been brushed under the carpet like it’s normal.”
A North West Air Ambulance arrived, and Emily was taken to Salford Royal Hospital.
“Emily was on her scooter playing,” heard the Court.
“As she rode past a wooden bench, a female sat on the bench suddenly attacked Emily, stabbing her in the neck, causing catastrophic injury.
“Emily was taken to Salford Royal Hospital, but despite best efforts to save Emily her death was diagnosed at 15.56 hours that day.”
Whilst she was playing she was ‘stabbed in the neck’ and died at the scene.
A 30-year-old woman, who’s identity has not been released is being held at a high-security facility under the Mental Health Act.
We will keep you updated as this story develops.
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