Details often surface after a person has been reported missing, especially in cases where it involves a woman ending their abusive and potentially dangerous relationship.
When Jacque Waller went missing on June 1, 2011, law enforcement quickly went into high gear to not only investigate, but get the information out to the community. Flyer's, social media pages and ground searches happened within 24 hours. And the person of interest, the only individual to last see his estranged wife, has never lifted a finger, in any assistance as it relates to cooperating with authorities or searches.
Today, on the "Time's Up" Radio Show the parents of Jacque Waller, Stan and Ruby Rawson, the Cue Center for Missing Person's founder Monica Caison, continued coverage on the case. We learn that the estranged husband constantly called Jacque several times a day. He knew her every move. Those calls and texts abruptly stop on June 1, 2011. The pattern of conduct of the suspect is worth noting, it does has significance. He never texts or calls Jacque again. Why?
When Jacque moves into the home of her sister with the triplets, according to her mother Ruby "she never sat near a window and always drew the curtains just in case", the suspect decided to come on the property from the woods and fire a shot into a window. That was her fear.
But Jacque Waller did not have fear, as with many women on the final road to ending their relationship when on June 1, 2011, she went to pick up her son at the home of his father. In her mind, she could breathe, it was almost over. She could see the finish line and the start of a new life for she and her children minus the abuser.
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Susan is the author of "Time's Up A Guide on How to Leave and Survive Abusive and Stalking Relationships," available for purchase at the Institute, Amazon.com and wherever books are sold. Susan is the host of The Susan Murphy Milano Show, "Time's Up!" on Here Women Talk http://www.herewomentalk.com/ and is a regular contributor to the nationally syndicated The Roth Show with Dr Laurie Roth. Susan is a survivor- the daughter of a police officer family intimate partner homicide by her father who murdered her mother before committing suicide.
Susan Murphy Milano is a staff member of the Institute for Relational Harm Reduction and Public Pathology Education. She is a specialist with intimate partner violence prevention strategies and high risk cases and available for personal consultations through the Institute.