Meet Gina, Shaun and Joshua
(click above to read their story)
Wednesday June 9, 1993, our son-in-law poured gasoline in the living room, up the stairs, and right into Gina's bedroom, lit a match, and walked away walked away with not a burn on his body; walked away with no carbon monoxide in his lungs; walked away while our daughter and two grandsons died in the inferno.
Nina Sharp "Living a
October is Domestic Violence Awareness Month; this photo represents the empty place at the table as a result of murder resulting from domestic violence. Visit http://www.ncadv.org/takeaction/DomesticViolenceAwarenessMonth.php for more information about Domestic Violence Month.
Awareness is having knowledge or perception of a situation or fact. The fact is, there are no “victimless” crimes; without a victim, a crime has not been committed. To learn more about how to obtain an awareness bracelet CLICK HERE for the complete information or visit www.rttv.org.
Family begins Remembering the True Victims, a non-profit
National Hotline 800-799-SAFE (7233)
supporting domestic violence awareness
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