Domestic Violence Murder in North Carolina Galvanizes Advocates

Print|david|N&is_rd=Y A domestic violence murder last weekend in Monroe, N.C., has galvanized advocates, according to the New York Times. Tracey Helms, 25, was beaten to death with a shovel in her front yard. The waitress had tried to harbor a friend and co-worker against the woman’s abusive estranged husband, according to the Charlotte
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