Here are the Four US Victims of Acid Attacks in France This Past Weekend
You won’t be seeing this picture of these bright, beautiful young American students from Boston College in the media this week.
The left wing media knows that the thought of their faces burning from acid would be too much for Americans.
Four Boston College students were sprayed in the face with acid this past weekend outside the Saint-Charles train station in Marseille.
Acid attacks are common in third world Muslim countries but have been rare in the West.
But acid attacks are now more common in European countries thanks to generous open border policies of the far left leaders.
Police said a “mentally unstable woman” was behind the attack.
CNN reported on the attack.
Four American college students were attacked with acid Sunday at a train station in Marseilles, southern France, a spokeswoman for the Prefecture of Police of Bouches-du-Rhône said.
All four are women in their early 20s. Two of them were taken to a hospital and two were in shock, police said.
Boston College said Sunday the young women were students who were studying abroad.
Three of the students, identified as Courtney Siverling, Charlotte Kaufman and Michelle Krug, are juniors who are studying in Paris, the school said in a statment. The fourth, Kelsey Kosten, also a junior, is studying at the Copenhagen Business School in Denmark.
The students were treated for burns at a hospital in Marseille, the statement said. They have since been released.