Telemarketer alerts police to alleged assault 900 miles away – CNN.com

This is actually a cool story . . .

Telemarketer alerts police to alleged assault 900 miles away – CNN.com

Our subject story tells us about a Telemarketing company in Nevada that placed a call to a phone in Oregon only to hear the sounds of a woman being beaten severely by a man on the other end of the line. The Telemarketing staff contacted the Oregon authorities who made it to the woman’s location and quite possibly saving the woman’s life. Now here is the good part. The woman had her cell phone in her back pocket and didn’t know she had been called or that police had been notified of the situation. What do you think the odds are for this to happen? Sounds to me like divine intervention.

Men sometimes are very abusive to women. I was going to try to impress you with statistics and other information that would be demonstrative of how serious this problem is but frankly, there is so much information available on the Internet about violence towards women that it is mind numbing. Seriously, are you aware that globally, 35 percent of women experience sexual or physical violence? And that is the only statistic I will use. Women and girls face an almost 50/50 chance that they will become victims to violence. If you cannot wrap your head around what this actually means;

There is an almost 50/50 chance that your sister, mother, aunt, grandmother, cousin, wife, or female friend will become a victim of violence. All it takes is a real tough guy with an attitude to beat on a woman and our society is full of these tough guys. You really should do a quick “Google” and spend a few minutes learning how severe this situation is. Keep in mind, not all of this violence is spousal abuse/domestic violence.

Think about what you are doing when you commit an act of violence to another person. Do you really want to be that kind of person? By the way, click on the link above to the subject story. Listen to the agony and suffering of this woman. It had to be divine intervention . . .    

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