Homicide, Sexual Assault of two Lululemon employees: our prayers & hearts go out to victims of unnecessary, unspeakably sad tragedy.
elephant editor-in-chief Waylon Lewis’ statement: Rest in peace, dear brave open inspiring (see below) young Jayna Troxel Murray. And all of our prayers and best wishes to the other as yet unnamed victim of this heartbreaking and unnecessary tragedy. ~ ed.
Click here for some sexual assault resources. Please add any advice, resources in comments. ~ ed.
Comment from below this youtube video of Jayna:
“Just read about this terrible tragedy. RIP Jayna. You are in a better place now where you never have to worry about your safety again. You can go bungee jump any time you want now, may God bless your family and friends during this incredibly difficult time! Hopefully these sick individuals are caught and brought to justice.”
Pointed commentary below via Namaste Miami.
Lululemon finally issued a statement last night via Twitter, Facebook and their homepage regarding the brutal murder/sexual assault that took place Friday night in their Bethesda, Maryland location:
We are devastated by the tragic events at our Bethesda store. It is the outpouring of love that will get us through: http://bit.ly/ehMsYz
Facebook & Lululemon Homepage:
We are devastated by the tragic events at our Bethesda store. We are focused on providing support to those that are most immediately impacted by this tragedy, and we know that you all feel the loss as well. Thanks to all of you for your outreach to support our stores and the people impacted. It is the outpouring of love and concern that will get us through these tragic circumstances. In deep sadness, Christine Day
Does anyone else think it’s a little inappropriate to have a set of boobs accompanying this statement? We think a more appropriate…
…for the rest go to Namaste Miami,
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