“You don’t have to be an expert to figure out what is going on.
You just have to know where to look.
I’m not going to lie to you, I’m scared.”
The next day, a friend of mine who is a nurse called me in the middle of the night to tell me that she was working a double shift as a receptionist in the same building and that someone had tried to rob her of her job.
“I went up to the door and called 911,” she said.
“They were able to talk to the person who came into the building and they arrested him.
He said that he was armed and that he’d been trying to rob the other receptionist, and he was a big guy.”
She went on to say that after the robbery, she was unable to sleep, as the suspect “stuck his finger up my nose” and “told me to get on the ground”.
I immediately texted my friend to see if I could help.
“You could tell from the tone of my voice that he thought I was lying,” she told me.
“I just kept telling him to get off of me, and then he started screaming ‘get on the floor’ and then just started kicking me.
He started kicking my legs.
He kicked my legs and I just remember saying, ‘I’m a nurse.'”
The victim’s friend told me that a man had also tried to steal her car and that she called 911 and that they arrested the man.
“There were three other people in the building who were also victims, and they were able, too, to help,” she added.
When we spoke to the man who had been arrested, he denied any involvement in the crime and denied any wrongdoing.
“No, I don’t know anything about this,” he told us.
“The police are investigating and I’m sure that I’m innocent.”
When I asked him about the attack on the receptionist and what he might have done to prevent it, he told me: “I don’t even know who did it.”
This was just one of many of the many stories that I received from my readers, and it’s one that I was hoping to share with you all.
You might also be interested in my interview with an FBI agent who investigated a possible case of domestic violence, the story of a young woman who became the first female police officer in New York City, and the shocking story of an attempted mass shooting at a church in a remote, rural area in Colorado.
“The only person that could really get away with murder is someone who has a high crime rate,” I told my readers.
“But the thing is, the majority of people don’t commit murders.”
I’m not suggesting that the police should stop investigating people who commit violent crimes.
In fact, I think it’s a good thing for police to continue to investigate, and to hold the criminals accountable.
But we should also not become complacent when the police have a case of mistaken identity.
When you’re on the receiving end of a violent crime, the first thing that you need to do is think about what could have been done differently, and how you could have prevented it.
That’s the most important part of the investigation, and when we find out that you weren’t the killer, we should be able to hold you accountable.
That’s what happened to me.
I wasn’t the one who committed the crime.
The only person who could really have gotten away with it was someone who had a high criminal crime rate.
But the thing was, the most people donít commit murders.
And the majority doní t commit violent crime.
My own experience with domestic violence is not unique.
As a nurse, I have been attacked by people who were mentally ill or mentally incapacitated, but they were never the ones who committed any of the crimes I’ve been involved in.
If a woman wants to be raped, or a man wants to hit her, or anyone is sexually harassing you, then they have every right to do it.
And if you can’t protect yourself, you can expect to be the victim of violence.
Thatís not a crime.
But when it happens to you and you doníT know who the culprit is, then it is a crime against you.
I would like to see more victims come forward, but I have a hard time believing that they would go on to commit such a crime again, because it would not be a crime to commit.
If the police do the right thing, they should not be surprised when victims go on the record and come forward.
In fact, the vast majority of perpetrators are never caught.
I think that we need to be much more cautious in our reporting of domestic and sexual violence.
When people think of domestic abuse, they think of the perpetrator, and in many cases, that person will not be the perpetrator.