Tuesday, September 27, 2022

Mother Buried By 11-Year-Old Daughter Was Killed By Her Boyfriend

Stephanie Goodloe and her daughter, Simaya
Stephanie Goodloe and her daughter, Simaya

*Not even a temporary restraining order and three phone calls to the police could save Stephanie Goodloe, who was killed by her boyfriend  — while her brave 11-year-old daughter, Simaya, slept nearby.

That same brave girl displayed a selfless poise and used her big girl voice as she thanked mourners, and consoled her family members at the church where her mother’s funeral service took place.

The family says although it has been three weeks since Simaya’s mother died, the little girl has yet to cry.

Goodloe was the director of youth ministry at Mount Gilead Baptist Church, in Northwest Washington. And it is where the funeral took place; while police cars waited outside to ensure the funeral procession’s safe passage to Maryland National Memorial Park cemetery.

One can’t help but think why this same safety wasn’t afforded to Stephanie Goodloe while she was alive and fearing for her life. She called the police THREE TIMES…including THE DAY BEFORE SHE WAS KILLED!

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  1. Had they shown up and put that animal down, they would now be fired, on a hit list or arrested for murder. A restraining order is not worth the paper it’s written on. The only purpose it serves is to prove self defense when you have to put a bullet through the brain of a wild animal to keep it from harming you. When a wild beast threatens your life, there are four important steps you have to take.

    (1) Call the police and make a report
    (2) Get a restraining order
    (3) Obtain a firearm, get it registered
    (4) Not if, (because it most surely will) but when the beast violates the protective order, shoot to kill.

    Just remember, second guessing and being unsure about what to do can get you killed. Just eliminate the problem and move on. Your life will be much happier.

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