Wednesday, October 26, 2011

Kelly Rothwell: CUE Road To Remember Tour Raising Voices

Kelly Rothwell vanished on March 12, 2011. She was a victim of an intimate partner homicide crime.

Her whole life changed when she entered the police academy. One month prior to her graduation, after having lunch with a friend she headed to the condo she and her then boyfriend David Perry shared, alone announcing the relationship was ending, she was moving out and moving on with her life minus him.

David Perry, the prime suspect in her disappearance was the very last person to see Kelly alive. This follows an important pattern of conduct in the majority of intimate partner homicide crimes. Prior to Kelly announcing the relationship change, Perry had been stalking and tracking her daily activities. His violent outbursts increased. Kelly had enough of the threats. Finally strong enough within herself to face Perry and look him in the eye, verbalizes her intentions,
it is the last time she is seen alive.

The Cue Center For Missing Persons headquartered in North Carolina is featuring and including Kelly Rothwell on the "Road To Remember Tour." They are on a nation-wide tour to bring attention to Kelly case and others who are missing.

Kelly Rothwell and her family need the pubic's support as the CUE center continues searching to recover and bring Kelly home. But they cannot do this without, YOU. If you live in the Tampa Bay, FL area on Thursday October 27, 2011, from 9:30-11:00 AM there is a gathering at Courtney Campbell Causeway. This also is national domestic violence awareness month. If you are a service provider, survivor of abuse, please consider attending the event.

Help raise your voice for Kelly Rothwell!

Police found no signs of Rothwell or Perry during a search of their residence on Sunday,March 13,2011. Rothwell’s abandoned car — a green 2007 Subaru Outback — was found later Sunday March 13,2011 about two miles away.

Her case remains unsolved.

Investigative Agency
Pinellas County Sheriff’s Office

If you have any information on this case please contact CUE Center For Missing Persons at (910) 343-1131 24 hour tip line (910) 232-1687.

On October 31, 2001--Technology is about to change the way victims of domestic violence andstalking will be able to document and video the abuse and potential threats against their lives. It is also a unique way, once the technology is used across the country, for abusers to think twice about making their spouse or girlfriend vanish without a trace. In her absence, if the victim has completed the process, called the "Evidentiary Abuse Affidavit" it will bring an arrest and a solid case forprosecutors.


To significantly reduce the number of homicides and missing persons per year by
providing cutting edge technology and vital knowledge that will first give potential
victims a fighting chance, a strong voice, provide valuable non‐reputable evidence that
will aid in any investigations, eventual conviction, overruling “hearsay” laws, in the
worst case scenarios and provide a powerful deterrent against would‐be attackers.

To significantly reduce the costs incurred by law enforcement, the justice system and health
care services, including insurance claims, each costing taxpayers annually.

About the Conference

Nationally recognized Intimate Partner Specialist, Susan Murphy Milano, and Chet Hosmer of
WetStone Technologies, a wholly owned subsidiary of Allen Corporation of America are
partnering to bring a newly created technology that will revolutionize the way cases of intimate partner violence are handled at every level. The technology will be unveiled nationally October 31 at the Techno‐Forensic Conference in Myrtle Beach, SC. http://www.techno‐ - If you are interested in covering the event or writing a story please contact Delilah@imagine or for more information call 843.808.0859


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. She is also part of the team at Management Resources Limited of New York.

Susan is a contributor to Forbes : Crime, She Writes a powerhouse lineup of female true crime professionals, experts and authors providing commentary about the hottest topics on crime, justice, and law from a woman’s perspective

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 of The Susan Murphy Milano Show, "Time's Up!" . 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 training and interviews, please contact:ImaginePublicity PO BOX 14946 Surfside Beach, SC 29587 Phone: 843.808.0859 email-

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