Woman “Owl Killer” Gunned Down in Apparent Assassination

A Colombian woman who elicited a massive outcry over the summer when she beheaded an owl on social media has been killed in a drive-by shooting, according to reports.

Mileydis Aldana, 21, was killed Sunday afternoon by a gunman on a motorcycle in the town of Corozal in Sucre state, The Daily Mail reported.

Six shots were fired. She was rushed to a hospital but died on the way there, according to media reports. Authorities have not released a motive for the killing.

Aldana drew the scorn of the Internet when she beheaded an owl in June and posted a video of the act online.

She posed with the bird, holding its head with one hand and the body with the other, prompting some to call her the “Owl Killer.” Authorities questioned her about the incident and Colombia’s environmental agency was alerted of the animal killing by concerned citizens.

Local prosecutors said Aldana was being investigated for animal abuse.

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23 Replies to “Woman “Owl Killer” Gunned Down in Apparent Assassination”

  1. Missy C.

    HECK NO. THE DEMONRATS DONT LOVE J.C.. AND THEY DARN SURE DON’T LOVE YOU. SO, WHY SHOULD THEY WORRY ABOUT YOU STARVING FOR CHRISTMAS?????

  2. Brian

    Well, there you go. Swift justice without all the paperwork. Evidence: video. Sentence carried out. End of problem and guaranteed she will never do that again. Moral: Evil acts will catch up with you.

  3. John Roberts

    Well its just as well someone took her out, Lots of murders start by killing animals so she was probably stopped from progressing into a full fledged murderer…You think the Audubon Society may have put out a hit on her?

  4. Tamara

    Dorothy, you’re a typical left wingnut. You don’t get it. The owl not being on a endangered list is not the issue (are you really that thick?). I wish you guys weren’t on one. It would benefit the world if ignorant beast such as yourself were all removed from the planet.

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