Eight red silhouettes flanked De la Guerra Plaza Thursday night, representing Santa Barbara women recently killed by domestic violence. One had just been carved for Kimberly Hamilton, a 45-year-old Los Olivos woman who police suspect was shot by her husband in a murder-suicide. The Hamiltons left behind three children. Advocates, family members, and friends of victims gathered in the plaza for a vigil and march organized by Domestic Violence Solutions, which hosted two other events this month. Here, State Senator Hannah-Beth Jackson hugs Elizabeth Tang, whose daughter Alexandra was murdered by her boyfriend in 2012.
State Senator Hannah-Beth Jackson hugs Elizabeth Tang, whose daughter Alexandra was murdered by her boyfriend in 2012.
Fresh Violence Before a Vigil
Domestic Violence Solutions Hosts Gathering and March
Thursday, October 22, 2015
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