In Short Fuse at Anger Management Class Leads to Stabbing Part I, I told you the story of one Faribah Maradiaga, who arrived late to her anger management class while a "Dr. Phil" DVD on managing anger was being shown, and promptly began complaining about the video and disrupting the class. When another attendee told Maradiaga that "the video was good and to give it a chance," Maradiaga stood up, started talking "trash" to the soon-to-be victim, pulled out a paring knife with a 3-inch blade and stabbed the woman several times in the arm and shoulder (see photo below) She also threatened to kill the victim's family. A year later, it turns out the victim of this criminal bit of irony is not quite ready to move on. KING 5 News in Seattle reports (via a tip from Seattleite @VBalasubramani) that Luna Oraivej, the woman who was stabbed in the arm, has filed a lawsuit against Court Services Institute, the private, for-profit company that ran the ill-fated anger management class, as well as the course instructor. The KING 5 report offers a host of additional tidbits about the whole mess that bear repeating here: The offense that ultimately required...

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