When is Enough is Enough?

How many more have to die?
How many more have to go to jail before we change how we think?
How many still live all alone in the darkness waiting to make the news?
AngelEyes Foundation has a solution, AngelEyes Foundation wants to help more before its too late.
How can we sit and watch our precious treasures be mistreated and abused?
Please read and think about the numbers from 2014 (5) to 2018 (22) it only October.
(Domestic Violence Task Force) office has had a devastating effect on this topic. Probation with deferred adjudication without Domestic or Family Violence is a failure.
Yes, they cleared the back log of cases at what expense???
How many lives could’ve been saved??
How many of the offenders were repeat offenders?
How many were the killers?
How many will become or be the Killer?
Read the numbers below – Numbers Don’t Lie
(5) Bexar County women among 132 killed in domestic violence incidents in 2014
In Bexar County, domestic violence homicides have doubled in recent years: From (5) in 2014 to (9)in 2015
According to a new report by the Texas Council on Family Violence, (11)women died in Bexar County as a result of domestic violence in 2016
identified by SAPD, identified 2017 classified (23) homicides as related to family violence.
(22) domestic violence deaths in 2018; SA record highest in the state
2014 – (5) Deaths
2015 – (9) Deaths
2016 – (11) Deaths
2017 – (23) Deaths
2018 – Current this year (22 or more) Deaths
Keep in mind this may not count intimate partner deaths.- unable to get definite and answers Most importantly what about the numbers of those who reported that didn’t die yet???????
We still have an opportunity to save 1 or more of them.
WHAT WILL NEXT YEARS NUMBERS LOOK LIKE????
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Why did she stay?
Why didn’t she leave?
• Fear
• Fear for family
• Fear of being found
• Nowhere to run (friends and family are too afraid to let her stay)
• Little or no money for food or lodging
• Possibly no transportation to get to work etc.
Why did she stay?
Why didn’t she leave?
• Who did she tell?
• Did they believe her?
• Did they help her?
• Did they turn her away?
• Were they afraid of the abuser?
Why did she stay?
Why didn’t she leave?
• Fear
• Isolation
• Lack of Confidence
• Physiological trauma
• Emotional defeat
Why did she stay?
Why didn’t she leave?
So many reasons why she had to stay!
Still so many more reasons she couldn’t leave!
Author by: Don Foster

Sources
Research by Don Foster
https://www.ksat.com/news/domestic-violence/22-domestic-violence-deaths-in-2018-sa-record-and-highest-in-the-state?fbclid=IwAR1DYd2_gurdJehvUhCwCBDCwLwVzSYAqB42Pl9L4QeZeW-rWOBrAXsZx5k

https://news4sanantonio.com/news/local/domestic-violence-task-force-tackles-backlog-of-cases-08-12-2017?fbclid=IwAR3r8mjal8YM1hiSLQWw9Rvge0zHZkOeno834ML_cC571ht_d2RmREO5G8o

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