from men - period. I think you are a perfect candidate for victimization."
Richette found Richardson, of the Tasker Homes project in South Philadelphia, guilty of involuntary manslaughter yesterday, telling her, ''Being a victim of a battered-woman syndrome does not give you a license to kill." Sentencing was deferred.
Assistant District Attorney David Augenbraun said Broadnax, of Euclid Avenue near 54th Street, apparently had been jealous of Richardson and that when he saw her in a car with another man, he became enraged.
After Broadnax bumped his car into the auto containing Richardson on Morris Street near 31st, he dragged her out and threatened her with a knife, Augenbraun said.
A 17-year-old boy disarmed Broadnax, who fell to the ground while he and Richardson were pushing each other. Then the woman stabbed him three times.
Augenbraun had sought a voluntary manslaughter conviction because when Richardson began stabbing Broadnax, "she wanted to kill this man."