Survivors’ story: Message at domestic violence vig...
by Emily Boorstein
04:00 AM, Saturday, October 25
MARIETTA — Leah Zammit of east Cobb said the first time her husband hit her was on their wedding night. “Instead of walking out the door and never looking back, I began apologizing: ‘I’m so sorry, I said something wrong, it’s my fault, I didn’t me...

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