The murder of Jēkabpils, which was previously pursued by Leon Rusiņš’s ex-wife, is not unique in the history of forensics in Latvia – it differs only in the way the woman fights desperately for her life. He was not helped. Like women killed by their husbands ten years ago. Before being killed, women were beaten, strangled, kicked, “bruised”. And everyone knew it. In Latvia several women are killed by their husbands each year, 29% of all women killed in Europe.
Criminologist Andrejs Vilks analyzes what shortcomings the Jēkabpils tragedy shows in the system and why laws need to become stricter.
Source: Tv Net
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