Paul Stanley Schmidt wife, Ashley Umali, is devastated after witnessing her husband’s tragic death. Schmidt was stabbed outside a Vancouver Starbucks with his three-year-old daughter Erica.
According to Schmidt’s mother, Kathy Schmidt, the attack occurred when Paul asked the attacker, Inderdeep Singh Gosa, not to vape in front of his daughter.
The attack was captured in a video that has been widely circulated on social media.
Gosa has been charged with second-degree murder, but the family is pushing for the charge to be upgraded to first-degree murder, citing proof of premeditation.
The family is also shocked that nobody rushed to help Paul when he was being attacked, and they are pleading with people not to share the graphic video.
Schmidt was a hardworking man who supported his family through his job at a moving Company.
Vancouver Mayor Ken Sim called the attack a senseless act, and Starbucks Canada offered support to its employees who were present during the attack.
Meet Paul Stanley Schmidt Wife
The tragic incident that took the life of Paul Stanley Schmidt has left his family devastated.
His wife(fiancee), Ashley Umali, was with him and their 3-year-old daughter Erica at the time of the attack outside a Vancouver Starbucks.
Umali witnessed the entire ordeal and is said to be shattered by the loss of her husband.
Schmidt’s mother, Kathy Schmidt, expressed her anger and sadness over the incident, stating that her son was only trying to protect his daughter when he asked the attacker, not to vape in front of her.
Schmidt was a devoted husband and father who had worked hard to support his family as a mover at Jiffy Move in Burnaby.
His tragic death has left his family and friends in shock and mourning.
The family has urged people not to circulate the graphic video of the attack, and the Police have appealed for witnesses to come forward to help with the investigation.
The community has come together to offer support and condolences to the family during this difficult time.
Meet Paul Stanley Schmidt Daughter Erica
Erica Schmidt, the three-year-old daughter of Paul Stanley Schmidt, tragically witnessed her father’s murder in front of her eyes.
Paul was stabbed to death by Inderdeep Singh Gosa outside a Starbucks in Vancouver after politely asking Gosa, not to vape around his daughter.
In horrifying footage captured by a member of the public, Gosa took out a knife and stabbed Paul in the stomach.
Paul’s daughter Erica watched the whole thing and was left traumatized by the event.
Erica’s grandmother, Kathy Schmidt, has spoken out about the devastating impact this has had on her family.
She expressed shock and disbelief that nobody came to her son’s rescue, despite many people standing around videotaping and watching the attack.
The family has requested that the sickening video not be shared on social media, as they are already dealing with immense pain and trauma.
Erica and her family will have to live with the traumatic events of that day for the rest of their lives.
Meet Paul Schmidt Mother Kathy Schmidt
Kathy Schmidt is the grieving mother of Paul Stanley Schmidt, a Canadian man who tragically killed in front of his three-year-old daughter after asking a man not to vape around her.
In an interview with Vancouver Sun, Kathy expressed her disbelief and sadness over her son’s death, saying he was only trying to protect his daughter’s health.
She also criticized the bystanders who watched and filmed the attack without intervening, asking what kind of world we live in when someone can be attacked and killed in a public place with people standing around and watching.
Kathy has also called for justice for her son, demanding that the suspect’s charge be upgraded to first-degree murder.
She expressed her frustration at the lack of response from those around her son during the attack and called for witnesses to come forward and provide information to the Police to help determine the motive for the heinous crime.
As a grieving mother, Kathy is struggling to come to terms with the senseless loss of her son and is calling for action to prevent similar tragedies from happening in the future.