An Iranian woman lured her date to a hotel room in Las Vegas then stabbed him in the neck in retaliation for the US drone strike that killed Iranian terrorist Qasem Soliemani in 2020.
Nika Nikoubin attempted to murder her online date over the drone attack on Soliemani.
The Daily Mail reported:
Las Vegas police arrested a woman who allegedly stabbed her date she met online in retaliation for the US drone strike that killed an Iranian military leader in 2020.
Henderson Police Department charged 21-year-old Nika Nikoubin with attempted murder last Saturday after she allegedly lured a man she met on the dating site Plenty of Fish in bed only to attack him with a knife, the Las Vegas Review-Journal reported.
Police said that on March 5, Nikoubin and her date, who has not been identified, rented out a room together at the Sunset Station Hotel where the 21-year-old turned off the lights and they began to have sex.
The victim said he ‘felt a pain on the side of his neck’ and was able to push Nikoubin off him, get out of the room and call 911, police said.
Police said Nikoubin also ran out of the room and told a hotel employee that she had just stabbed a man.
Nikoubin would later tell police she stabbed her date because she ‘wanted revenge’ but hadn’t wanted to kill him.
She explained she wanted ‘revenge against US troops for the 2020 killing of Qasem Solemani,’ according to a police report.