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Thursday, June 24, 2010

[US][WA] Bruised, brain damaged wife of federal agent said he slammed her head on the floor repeatedly

...SHE SAID HE PICKED HER UP AND THREW HER ON THE GROUND AND THEN SLAMMED HER HEAD AGAINST THE FLOOR SEVERAL TIMES BEFORE LETTING HER GO. SHE SAID HE DISCOURAGED HER FROM CALLING 911, SAYING THAT IF SHE SUMMONED POLICE, HE WOULD BE FIRED FROM HIS JOB... THE AGENT’S WIFE WAS TAKEN TO COLBY HOSPITAL IN EVERETT WITH A BRAIN BLEED AND BRUISING ON HER FACE... THE AGENT’S WIFE TOLD AUTHORITIES HER HUSBAND HAS SHOVED HER AND KICKED HER IN THE STOMACH IN THE PAST AND NOW FEARS FOR HER LIFE... “I FEEL HE IS A DANGER TO ME AND I FEAR OF WHAT ELSE MY CHILDREN WILL WITNESS”....

FEDERAL AGENT ACCUSED OF VIOLENT ATTACK ON WIFE
KIROTV
June 24, 2010
[Excerpts] SNOHOMISH, Wash. -- A federal agent is accused of attacking his wife so severely that she was hospitalized with brain damage... The incident, which is under investigation by Snohomish County prosecutors, took place inside a home in a gated community in Snohomish on June 17... The restraining order said the woman slapped him and he reacted by grabbing her neck, throwing her to the ground and smashing her head on the floor four or five times. The woman stated, “I did not black out, but saw stars and knew he was going to kill me if he continued to hit my head into the ground,” the restraining order filed by the woman said. The man’s wife said he stopped assaulting her when the couple’s two children came in and screamed, “Daddy, stop!” the restraining order said. According to the restraining order, when the woman called 911, her husband went to pack a bag and told her to tell police to meet him at the gate, so that neighbors wouldn’t see police activity at the couple’s home. The restraining order said that at the same time, the agent’s wife was taken to Colby Hospital in Everett with a brain bleed and bruising on her face... The agent’s wife told authorities her husband has shoved her and kicked her in the stomach in the past and now fears for her life, court documents said. “I feel he is a danger to me and I fear of what else my children will witness,” she stated in the restraining order... Snohomish County deputies confiscated 15 guns from the couple’s home, including the agent’s service weapon. The agent has not been charged with a crime... [Full article here]

FEDERAL AGENT ARRESTED AFTER WIFE REPORTS ASSAULT
The Daily Herald
By Diana Hefley
Thursday, June 24, 2010
[Excerpts] ...No charges have been filed against the 42-year-old man... Sheriff's deputies were summoned to the couple's house after the woman reported that she'd been assaulted during an argument. Two children were home at the time of the incident, according to the report. The woman told police that she and her husband were arguing when she slapped him across the face. She said he picked her up and threw her on the ground and then slammed her head against the floor several times before letting her go. She said he discouraged her from calling 911, saying that if she summoned police, he would be fired from his job. The woman complained of blurred vision and head pain. She was taken to Valley General Hospital and later transported to Providence Regional Medical Center in Everett where she was treated for a head injury and bruising to her face. Deputies encountered the man at the entrance of the gated development. He told officers that his wife became angry during an argument and slapped him. He said he shoved her away from him and she fell backward, police wrote in court papers. He was booked into the Snohomish County Jail and later released. A court commissioner on Monday ordered the man to stay away from his wife and children. The woman told the commissioner that since her husband returned from deployment to Afghanistan, he has been quick to anger. She told police she believes he may be suffering from Post Traumatic Stress Disorder... [Full article here]
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2 comments:

  1. AnonymousJune 25, 2010

    From the original article "The agent has not been charged with a crime." Which AGAIN, begs the question, WHY NOT? The ridiculous society in which we live, gets more and more ridiculous every single day......

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  2. How can it be? I have no clue.

    I do have "The agent has not been charged with a crime..." up there, but maybe I should make it big and make it red.

    I wish I had a font that would make a difference.

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