Strangulation and Domestic Violence Murders

Posted on March 29, 2017

New training is helping to stop the risk of intimate partner choking homicides. Click here to see original story. By: Steve Albrecht DBA / The Act of Violence  Continue Reading »

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Backus Emergency Doctor Raising Awareness About Strangulation Victims

Posted on March 17, 2017

Originally published by “The Day” – To read original story click here By Judy Benson, Day staff writer –  ( Old Lyme — Dr. William Horgan is  Continue Reading »

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A Dispatch Special Report: The Last Step Before Murder

Posted on March 15, 2017

  The above is a photo illustration of strangulation. More than 65 percent of victims of intimate partner violence will experience near-fatal choking, according to  Continue Reading »

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Forensic Exam Made Available to Domestic Violence Victims

Posted on March 12, 2017

  With the cameras she uses on the bed next to her, Karen Marcus, a forensic nurse with Palomar Medical Center, stands in the medical  Continue Reading »

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Son Charged With Mom’s Strangulation After Funeral Home Notices Trauma Marks

Posted on March 10, 2017

By: WJZ, CBS Baltimore BALTIMORE, MD – Medical examiners first declined to investigate 63-year-old Cathy Kuhn’s death Wednesday, but on Friday morning police said her  Continue Reading »

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