Non-lethal strangulation doubles the risk of domestic homicide, but isn’t always easy to see

Posted on May 2, 2019

By Michael Crutcher ARCHDIOCESE of Brisbane frontline domestic violence workers have urged a closer focus on strangulation in a bid to lower the number of fatalities  Continue Reading »

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‘She’s my Ironman,’ son says of triathlete mother killed by ex-boyfriend

Posted on April 29, 2019

BY MITCH MITCHELL When Kae Law’s mother died violently, several dreams she had been working toward also died, he said. Emily Law, 49, who her  Continue Reading »

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Proposed Bill Would Take Domestic Violence More Seriously, Supporters Say

Posted on April 3, 2019

By: Lori Fullbright TULSA COUNTY, Oklahoma – A newly proposed law would make it harder for people convicted of domestic violence to get released early from prison.  Continue Reading »

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Spotting the signs of strangulation could save a life. But they’re not always obvious

Posted on April 3, 2019

By Ben Hays and Damien Carrick for The Law Report It’s been described as a “last warning shot” before death. Women who survive strangulation are up to seven times more  Continue Reading »

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Strangulation is a deadly tactic. Believe victims.

Posted on March 13, 2019

Author: Carmen Lowry | Opinion, Dr. Tracey Wiese On Sept. 6, a little girl, Ashley Johnson-Barr, played in the fall weather at her local park in Kotzebue.  Continue Reading »

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