Shivanthi Sathanandan Wiki – Shivanthi Sathanandan Bioggraphy
Shivanthi Sathanandan, second vice president of the DFL, shared the news of her attack in a Wednesday post on Facebook, where she raged that the four young suspects should be brought to justice. “I have a broken leg, deep lacerations on my head, bruises and cuts all over my body. And I am angry,” wrote Sathanandan, who said the beating occurred in front of her 4-year-old daughter and her 7-year-old son around 7:45 p.m. Tuesday. “These men knew what they were doing. I have no doubt they have done this before. HOWEVER, THEY ARE STILL ON OUR STREETS. Kill mothers. Causing babies psychological trauma that a lifetime of therapy cannot alleviate. Without hesitation and without regrets,” Sathanandan continued.
The post included a selfie of Sathanandan, which showed blood running down the right side of her face. “Now I am part of the statistics. I was not silent when I fought these men to save my life and the lives of my babies, and I will not be silent now. We need to get illegal guns off our streets, catch these young people running wild creating chaos throughout our city and KEEP THEM IN CUSTODY AND PROSECUTE THEM,” she said. “Look at my face. REMEMBER ME when you are thinking about supporting allowing youth and young adults out of custody to roam our streets instead of MAKING THEM RESPONSIBLE FOR THEIR ACTIONS. Minneapolis police confirmed the carjacking in Sathanandan’s Folwell neighborhood in a statement to KSTP. Her car was later recovered, but no suspects have been arrested.
Shivanthi Sathanandan age is not mentioned.
Sathanandan thanked the “incredible” Minneapolis Police Department for assisting in the terrifying ordeal, a far cry from her attitude toward law enforcement three years ago when she posted online that she and other activists were going to “dismantle the Minneapolis Police Department.” “The MPD has systematically failed the black community, they have failed ALL OF US. It’s time to build new infrastructure that works for ALL communities. If you still don’t agree with that BASIC FACT, I’m not sure what to tell you,” she said in the June 5, 2020 post, less than two weeks after George Floyd was killed by Minneapolis police. In another post on June 2 of that year, she applauded the Minneapolis School Board’s decision to terminate her contract with the department: “MPD should have no place in our children’s schools,” she wrote. Minnesota DFL Chairman Ken Martin told KSTP in a statement Thursday that he was “heartbroken by the news of Shivanthi’s attack.” “It is my sincere hope that the people who attacked Shivanthi will be swiftly brought to justice and face punishment commensurate with the seriousness of their crimes,” he said. “My heart goes out to Shivanthi and her family and I hope her recovery from such a horrible experience is as quick as possible.”