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Oklahoma killing highlights issues in domestic abuse cases


December 10, 2017

OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) — A case involving an Oklahoma City man killed two days after he was sentenced to probation for his second domestic abuse conviction in six months highlights a common struggle for authorities: how to stop abusers when victims won't testify, a prosecutor and anti-violence advocates say.

The Oklahoma County district attorney's office is reviewing the case to decide whether to file charges against the man's wife. Christina Maria Mason, 33, told police she fatally shot her husband, Boyd Quisenberry, 39 when he attacked her with a knife Nov. 29. Detectives interviewed Mason...

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