A woman who survived a horrifying attack was honored Tuesday night for fighting to protect other would-be victims, reports CBS 2’s Pamela Jones.
Police say the robbery of a suburban TCF Bank follows a rash of similar crimes against the bank chain involving threats where no weapon is actually displayed.
Acid attacks left them scarred for life. But two women are now using their pain to fight to keep dangerous sulfuric acid off Chicago’s shelves.
Two women disfigured in separate attacks befriend each other during trial, team up to restrict sales of dangerous substances.
A second woman who was convicted of attacking another Chicago woman with acid, leaving her severely disfigured, has been sentenced to 42 years in prison.
A Cicero grandmother was sentenced to 44 years in prison Monday for orchestrating a vicious sulfuric acid attack against a Logan Square square social worker who became romantically involved with her common-law-husband.