He then allegedly knocked her to the ground and kicked her.
Smith’s 23-year-old son heard the argument and confronted Smith, and the pair began struggling down the steps onto the main floor, according to court documents.
— to continue supporting the notion that it doesn’t, serves to silence victims and create a whole host of other barriers for those who need to seek help.” This is a fair point.
But I still don’t think many members of The Elect, aka Supreme Court clerks, have been accused of domestic violence.
Every Notre Dame employee I know of has a morality clause in their contract. He doesn’t seem to mind being the center of attention.
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