TUESDAY, AUGUST 11, 2009
Oildale, CA: Mom, grandma dead in shooting this will be on the Wednesday Susan Murphy Milano Radio show 3pm CST time August 12th 2009
Don't forget to mark your calendars for the Susan Murphy Milano show on Wednesday, August 12, 2009 at 3:00PM central time as we talk about this case with a family member and Claudine Dombrowski from Mothers Without Custody, including whatwomen must arm themselves with to survive the abuse. The question of the day is: Are you interested in planning for a funeral or a new life?
Suzan Annette Sowders-Fullerstood on her ranch in Bakersfield, California, crossed her arms and shook her head in disbelief, on Monday August, 3, 2009 when her estranged husband bonded on out of jail paying a measly $750 to be back out on the street only to continue terrorizing his wife and kids. As of Monday last week there were 8 police reports for breaking a court order of protection; slicing tires, breaking and entering; verbal threats of death over the phone; taking a container of diesel fuel and dousing the house. The kicker, on Wednesday August 5, 2009, Robert Fuller was visiting as scheduled by the courts with the couple's 2 daughter's ages 8 and 5.
Robert Dale Fuller was allowed to continue supervised visitation with his children. Why wasn't he behind bars? Where was thedistrict attorney? Why wasn't he charged with several felonies?
Could it be that no one took Suzan's cries for help seriously because she was going through a divorce? We will never know.
On Saturday August 8, 2009 at 2:25 a.m. a frantic call was placed to the police by the 8 year-old child, "please she screamed, help us, help us, my mommy, my grandma have been shot, hurry, hurry someone please hurry."
In front of both children Robert Fuller shot to death Suzan and her mother Sharon Cannon.
A spokesperson from the Sheriff's Department told the local news reporter they responded to a "domestic dispute." What no one knew at the time and I learned this morning, was the system refused to do its' job on many levels in this case.
At the conclusion of the article it reads "Sheriff urged anyone experiencing domestic violence or abuse to seek professional help."
The system appears to serve as a light post for your street address as they approach the crime scene. Like a search light when they respond after someone has been murdered by their violent husband or boyfriend. It is obvious for anyone experiencing violence in a relationship, going through a divorce they need plan "B" or they may not survive to see a new sunrise.
Part 2 of this post is tomorrow.
Don't forget to mark your calendars for the Susan Murphy Milano show on Wednesday, August 12, 2009 at 3:00PM central time as we talk about this case with a family member and Claudia Dombrokski from Mothers Without Custody, including whatwomen must arm themselves with to survive the abuse. The question of the day is: Are you interested in planning for a funeral or a new life?Plan,children,Robert,Fuller,death,Suzan,Sharon,Cannon,AUGUST,SUSAN,MURPHY,MILANO,JOURNAL,Annette,Sowders,ranch,Bakersfield,California,disbelief,husband,street,wife,kids,reports,protection,threats,container,courts,daughter,Dale,Where,district,attorney,Could,spokesperson,Sheriff,Department,news,reporter,system,conclusion,article,violence,crime,relationship,sunrise,Part,member,Claudia,Dombrokski,Custody,funeral,life,COMMENTS,LINKS,POST,DIVORCE,HEALTH,CARE,LEGAL,BROKEN,COURT,OPRAH,felonies,calendars,wasnNote: Cross posted from (blogger AngelzFury) Anonymoms (we are everywhere).