Local health worker equates domestic abuse to terrorism
Rex Barber and Brad Hicks
Feb 10, 2013 at 6:34 AM
When you think of terrorists, you may think of someone in another country plotting attacks against civilians, but domestic violence here at home is terrorism too, according to a local mental health professional.
The aggressor in a domestic violence situation commonly uses fear to manipulate and control the victim or victims, which is what a terrorist does, said Tim Perry, division director for children and youth for Frontier Health.
“You know, domestic violence is a form of terrorism,” Perry said.
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