Tina Adovasio: Told police to look at husband if she goes missing

Tina Adovasio
When Tina Adovasio filed an order of protection against her estranged husband, Edwin, she said, “If anything happens to me, look at him.” 
I haven’t heard anything yet if whether she continued to see him after she filed the protection order or not.
As usual, more and more people will come forward and say they knew what was going on, just like you hear with child abuse cases.  The former girlfriend of Edwin, Glory Perez, has said that Edwin used to beat her ‘with balled fists’ and even threatened her with a gun.
“He would point the gun to my head and look me in the eye and say, ‘Today you are going to die. ‘I would beg for my life.” Read more:
Can you believe that anyone would live like that for three years?  Probably not, and that is why it’s so shocking to most and irritating to others.  It’s really hard to feel for the other person in these kind of cases, because you can’t help but think how stupid they are, and it’s there own fault...human nature
But, that is like blaming a woman for being raped, just because she is wearing a short skirt.  Even if she is walking down the street totally naked it doesn’t give anyone the right to rape her. 
Women, in spite of the welfare of their children, will get so wrapped up in a guy, that they will down grade the abuse and pretend it’s not as bad as it is.   Their self-esteem is so bad, they are not thinking clearly.  Woman will protect their babies….it’s human nature, and for a woman to not, means they are mentally incompetent.
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Jerrie Dean, who is retired from Federal Law Enforcement, is the Founder of Missing Persons of America.

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