Silhouettes bear silent witness to fa...

Silhouettes bear silent witness to family violence

There are 2 comments on the story from Oct 18, 2008, titled Silhouettes bear silent witness to family violence. In it, reports that:

Bearing witness: Genciana Inocencio reads the names on the Silent Witness Silhouettes on display at the Agana Shopping Center yesterday, which is part of the October 2008 Family Violence Awareness Month ...

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Matthew Quintanilla

Barrigada, Guam

#1 Oct 28, 2008
My ex-wife was arrested for hitting our son with a large hair brush at her mother's house went after our son and daughter with a baseball bat breaking down the bedroom door. She is a registered nurse at Guam Memorial Hospital and is still employeed. Where is the justice? To this date my children are still getting flashback from that terrible day. What can I do?
Island Mama

San Diego, CA

#2 Sep 19, 2011
Man do you exaggerate! You need to get a life! Move on dude! You're just jealous because you can't freeload on your ex-wife any more.

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