Wednesday, September 21, 2011

I.P.V.War Enters Corporate America

Two major companies lost their employees this week to intimate partner homicide. 

In both executions, the offenders arrived at the victim's place of employment to kill them. You can expect to see more of the same, along with other fatalities, as power and control over ending relationships continues across the country. Corporate America needs to have a "we've had enough" policy. Turning a blind eye to their workforce when these at risk employees are in crisis in the home, is causing more and more death. Society has yet to realize we are in a major war called "intimate partner violence."

Lowe's Home Improvement and Burger King are fortunate no one else lost their lives on Monday. This is not a one time isolated incident it is an epidemic. Live's lost as a result of intimate partner violence are costing an estimated $5.8 billion dollars a year to corporations.

Sheriff: Burger King Employee Killed By Former Boyfriend In DeBary

Monday, September 19, 2011

DeBary, FL: A Burger King employee with a history as a victim of domestic violence was shot to death this morning at the DeBary restaurant by an ex-boyfriend, Volusia County Sheriff Ben Johnson said. Jesus Morales, 41, Deltona, is charged with first-degree murder after deputies say he entered the eatery at 305 Sunrise Blvd. and shot Heidi Shelmire, a 38-year-old employee of the restaurant.

Husband And Wife Dead In Concord Lowe's Shooting

Monday, September 19, 2011

Concord, NC: A husband and wife are dead after an apparent murder-suicide at Lowe’s Home Improvement on Dale Earnhardt Boulevard. Concord Police said that Por Ye Lor, 31, walked into the store at about 5:20 p.m. Monday and started a domestic argument with his wife, Zoua “Vivian” Xiong, 25, a cashier at the store. Lor pulled out a gun and shot her, then turned the gun on himself. Both were pronounced dead at the scene

On October 31st we will be making a major announcement, following a news conference, on the blog as it directly relates to assisting victims of intimate partner violence reducing the number of lives lost in this country. We hope you will return to the blog to learn more, but more importantly be a partner on saving lives!


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 cases and prevention strategies and high risk cases and available for personal consultations through the Institute. She is also part of the team atManagement Resources Limited of New York.

Susan is the author of "Time's Up: A Guide on How to Leave and Survive Abusive and Stalking Relationships,"Moving out, Moving on, and Defending Out Lives. Susan is the host ofThe Susan Murphy Milano Show, "Time'sUp!" . She is a regular contributor to the nationally syndicated "The Roth Show" with Dr Laurie Roth and a co-host on Crime Wire.

If you would like to schedule Susan Murphy Milano for interviews, please contact: ImaginePublicity PO BOX 14946 Surfside Beach, SC 29587 Phone: 843.808.0859 email-

1 comment:

Donna R. Gore said...

We need to keep searching for that rarity in corporate America who will take responsibility and not put profits before people! It may be like finding a needle in a haystack, but "the company" is out there somewhere...

Perhaps if we peruse the unsolved cases and search for a father or mother of a murder victim who owns a high profile business or is "high up in the food chain."

Unfortunately, the masses just aren't paying attention! Yesterday, at lunch I was talking about Dr. Bill Petit and his courage in testifying at the second murder trial of his beloved slain family. After five minutes, someone else at the table turned the conversation back to her topic- "baby carrots."
I need a new job... I need someone to care!


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