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Silence on Family Violence

Earlier this month, a mother was brutally stabbed and found dead in her Ajax home. Her husband is charged with second-degree murder. Family and friends of the couple were concerned for the woman's safety, but incidents were never reported to police. Rabia Khedr spoke to Matt about why many victims of domestic abuse remain silent in their suffering.
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