Woman Found Stabbed to Death

The Cleveland Division of Police Homicide is investigating the death of a woman found with multiple stab wounds. Full Story
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grantwood family

Cleveland, OH

#1 Aug 8, 2010
it was just a matter of time he snap.i wISH she wouldve put him out a long time ago drugs ran through him from head to toe.
TMH

Lorain, OH

#2 Aug 8, 2010
A Restraining Order is nothing but a piece of paper I will not protect you. You want protection go get a gun and or go learn self defense.

“Bee Hive Jive”

Since: Apr 10

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#3 Aug 8, 2010
My thoughts and prayers are with her family.She has her wings now.
God Bless
Joy

Ravenna, OH

#4 Aug 8, 2010
Cuyahoga Family Services need to develop some group help immediately for women that want to leave their marriages. Shana and Tanya Hunter stories have something in common, killed on a Sunday, found in the home, restraining orders on their husbands seeking a divorce, stabbed to death etc.

There needs to be a safe house or something so that they would be safe until the final stages of the divorce.

This sounds like a copy cat situation. My thoughts are how many more women will die at the hand of their husband before we set something in place to help them?

How can a piece of paper help you in the face of an angry hand?
Do what now

Medina, OH

#5 Aug 8, 2010
I echo the setiments of the others, what good is that piece of paper when you are up against an angry person helbent on killing you? Something needs to be done!
Lynette

Independence, OH

#6 Aug 8, 2010
My thoughts and prayers are with her friends and family. My son just called to tell me about this awful event. He is an electrician working with her on the Juvenile Justice Center project. He told me he had just said "Good-bye" to her as he left the job Friday. We never know when it will be our last good-bye.

These young men need to learn that divorce is just a moment in their life. Admittedly it may be one of the worst moments, but still just a moment. From that moment it is all uphill. I have been there, I know. Revenge only makes things worse. You destroy any chance of future reconcilliation, any chance of meeting someone else, any chance of a future family, etc. It's also a selfish act. Those who still love you will be devestated. It's also a final act. There is no turning back.

To anyone else who may be in the same situation, stop and think, and then think again. You're not impressing anyone, yet you may be destroying more lives than just hers. Your life is also over, and you have negatively affected anyone who has ever come in contact with either of you.

Life gets better if you just don't do it.
MEC

Bedford, OH

#7 Aug 8, 2010
I was going to say the same thing about restraining orders. What good are they if the law doesn't keep tabs on the people involved - both victim and victimizer? Hopefully, these poor women will not have died in vain if the restraining order system (or whatever you want to call it) is improved. If it even saves one life, it will be worth it.
grammiegrammie

Akron, OH

#8 Aug 8, 2010
Well, Lake County Judge Falkowski how long is it going to be before you have one of these cases hanging over your head? When a woman wants out of an abusive marriage and files the necessary paperwork why does it take so long to get through your office? And why do you allow the abusive spouse to remain in the home until the case is heard. I think we better vote someone else in next election.
Cleveland-West_S ide

Cleveland, OH

#9 Aug 9, 2010
How many restraining orders are issued every day, there's nothing anyone can do about this.
My suggestion would be for women, or men for that matter, get out of a relationship at the first signs of mental instability.
Gotta feeling her husband has been a piece of garbage for some time, she probably saw the signs before marrying him.

Since: Dec 09

United States

#10 Aug 9, 2010
Cleveland-West_Side wrote:
How many restraining orders are issued every day, there's nothing anyone can do about this.
My suggestion would be for women, or men for that matter, get out of a relationship at the first signs of mental instability.
Gotta feeling her husband has been a piece of garbage for some time, she probably saw the signs before marrying him.
Well said. Nothing in prior posts alludes to perhaps these women are making poor choices in mates. Perhaps it is an issue with men of a certain demographic; if I can't have her, nobody can. Perhaps these worthless men are faced with losing their meal ticket, and can't face it.
Prior posts place blame on social agencies that "need to" provide this or that, or decry the power of the restraining order. These orders customarily work for law abiding people. When you hang out with criminals, all bets are off. Wake up ladies, better to be alone, than wind up like this.

“Perfect? NO. Forgiven? YES!”

Since: Jan 10

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#11 Aug 9, 2010
My sympathies to her family. That said, why do these women not think before they act. If others were concerned, then she should have been. She could have been alive had she gotten away before serving him with the papers. She may have been an amazing person but seems she was a little short when it comes to common sense. So sad.
sexy girl

Massillon, OH

#12 Aug 9, 2010
i hope that guy died
Sherry

United States

#13 Aug 9, 2010
I am deeply saddened by what has happened to these women but there are battered womens shelters that handle these kind of cases.
Loving Mother of TWO

Beachwood, OH

#14 Aug 9, 2010
My prayers go out to her and her family, she is in the loving arms of the father where she no longer has to take abuse anymore, and doesn't need a restraining order for god will protect her now! Saddens my heart! WOMEN we NEED to be a BIT MORE WISE these days!

“Perfect? NO. Forgiven? YES!”

Since: Jan 10

Location hidden

#15 Aug 9, 2010
grammiegrammie wrote:
Well, Lake County Judge Falkowski how long is it going to be before you have one of these cases hanging over your head? When a woman wants out of an abusive marriage and files the necessary paperwork why does it take so long to get through your office? And why do you allow the abusive spouse to remain in the home until the case is heard. I think we better vote someone else in next election.
Not sure what you post has to do with this story. Sounds like you have some issues.
Tasha

United States

#16 Aug 9, 2010
this was senseless , our prayers are with the family !!!!
UnityInCleveland

Cleveland, OH

#17 Aug 9, 2010
My sympathies go out ot the family. I helped hire Shana when she began working for a local Real Estate firm a few years back. She was truly a kind hearted GEM! We always would speak in passing and she always had a smile on her face. What a tragedy... My heart and prayers go out to all the family and friends of Shana.
Hang em high

Cleveland, OH

#18 Aug 9, 2010
I worked with Shana for several years and she always had a smile on her face and was always cheerful and very funny. I was shocked when I saw her picture on the news and listened to the story. It is amazing how many women put on a front and nobody around them knows what kind of hell they are living in and the demons that they are dealing with. Many are successful just like Shana was and didn't need a man to support them. Hopefully Ramon get's what he has coming to him. Prayers go out to her family and friends. She was a great lady and sounds like she touched many, many lives.
bob

Akron, OH

#19 Aug 9, 2010
I don't understand why some guys have the mentality of: "If I can't have her, then no one can.." It's ridiculous. Cowards. Another senseless killing. Another good person gone.
whataworld

Cleveland, OH

#20 Aug 9, 2010
Joy wrote:
Cuyahoga Family Services need to develop some group help immediately for women that want to leave their marriages. Shana and Tanya Hunter stories have something in common, killed on a Sunday, found in the home, restraining orders on their husbands seeking a divorce, stabbed to death etc.
There needs to be a safe house or something so that they would be safe until the final stages of the divorce.
This sounds like a copy cat situation. My thoughts are how many more women will die at the hand of their husband before we set something in place to help them?
How can a piece of paper help you in the face of an angry hand?
Perhaps the courts and police need to be a little more concerned with why these spouses want restraining orders, in other words; just how serious is this situation? Is he ill? Could he actually be capable of a fatal attack? The safe house is a great idea however, they can't hide away there forever. They have to shop, get kids to school, etc. and time and time it has been shown that if someone is "obsessed" with the thought of doing bodily harm on another and the determination is so great nothing will stop them short of a bullet to the brain! We are not doing enough to protect the victims.

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