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Ex-wife fatally shoots police officer husband as he sits on toilet
In February 2015, Exeter, Calif., police officer Daniel Green was shot four times and left for dead in his home. At first, his ex-wife Erika Sandoval denied having anything to do with his death — then she admitted everything.
Three of four escaped Nashville teens arrested
Morris Marsh, 17, has been accused of murder.
An accused woman skips her pedicure, kills her ex-husband
When Erika Sandoval, 28, got off work the morning of February 6, 2015, she says she had three things on her mind: getting a pedicure, having her taxes done, and taking her 2-year-old son for frozen yogurt. But the first thing Sandoval did after leaving work was to go to the house of her ex-husband Police Officer Daniel Green where, she admitted to jurors, she killed him with four bullets fired from close range.
Bahá’í World News Service
In this bicentenary year, remembering the birth of a new Faith
The latest episode of the Baha’i World News Service podcast focuses on the historic declaration of the Bab.
Encouraged by Prime Minister Ardern, New Zealand’s youth press to end racism
An annual event organized by the Baha’is, the national police, and other partners recently brought together nearly 100 young people to discuss unity and justice.
Questioning current modes of thought and action: European Parliament looks to the future
Amid rapid changes in society, European leaders seek new insights about religion’s constructive contributions to contemporary society.