"The Woman" murdered Tomasz Matczak, the father of her child. The media has no problem giving his name, now that he is dead and is unable to defend himself. But, the woman is only known as "The Woman" because the Seattle Times has a policy of not giving out the names of female "victims," particularly after they have played the trump card to get of jail free - claiming abuse.
Women, if you want to murder that inconvenient guy in your life, here is all you have to say to the police:
The woman told police she and Matczak had an on-and-off, four-year relationship and a 2-year-old daughter, that Matczak could be controlling and jealous, and that he had a drinking problem, according to court records.Just keep repeating the "controlling and jealous" part. It will bring hoards of gender warriors to your aid and to harass the prosecutor (assuming it's not a gender feminist warrior already) until they let you go.
The police in this case do seem to know what's up, as they apparently objected to "the woman" receiving bail of $250,000. My guess is that they are familiar with this woman. They know the game, even though they have to play it. If this guy were so dangerous, why would "the women" seek a no contact order against him but then still live with him. The judge in that court must have received his full dose of gender training though.
The Seattle Times would be doing the public a service by giving us her name, since she is best avoided. It takes a hard soul to plunge a knife deep into another human being. But disclosing the name of this violent woman would be a service to men, who especially should avoid this woman. Not much interest in doing that.
We've been seeing a lot of females wielding knives lately, including the woman who recently cut a fetus out of stomach of another woman. Even that was blamed on her husband, who wanted a child. Doubt he wanted one that badly or in that manner.