New Mexico’s rate of women killed by men among nation’s worst

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New Mexico’s rate of women killed by men among nation’s worst

Sandra Padilla-Ramirez holds a photograph of her sister Peggy Sue Padilla at their family’s home in Arroyo Seco in Espanola, N.M. Leonard Coriz, the boyfriend prosecutors say killed Padilla by running her over with his truck, claimed it was all an accident. Women are more likely to be killed by men in this state than nearly any other, according to an annual study by the Violence Policy Center.
Serenity Rodriguez, 3, walks by a stick in the ground marking the location where her grandmother Peggy Sue Padilla’s body was found in Arroyo Seco in Espanola, N.M. Leonard Coriz, the boyfriend prosecutors say killed Padilla in July 2015 by running her over with his truck, claimed it was all an accident. But this was no accident, a state judge said last year when he sentenced Coriz, 56, to five years in prison for manslaughter.
Serenity Rodriguez, 3, holds the photo of her late grandmother, Peggy Sue Padilla, at the Padilla’s home in Arroyo Seco in Espanola, N.M. Leonard Coriz, the boyfriend prosecutors say killed Padilla in July 2015 by running her over with his truck, claimed it was all an accident. But this was no accident, a state judge said last year when he sentenced Coriz, 56, to five years in prison for manslaughter.

New Mexico’s rate of women killed by men among nation’s worst

Sandra Padilla-Ramirez holds a photograph of her sister Peggy Sue Padilla at their family’s home in Arroyo Seco in Espanola, N.M. Leonard Coriz, the boyfriend prosecutors say killed Padilla by running her over with his truck, claimed it was all an accident. Women are more likely to be killed by men in this state than nearly any other, according to an annual study by the Violence Policy Center.
Serenity Rodriguez, 3, walks by a stick in the ground marking the location where her grandmother Peggy Sue Padilla’s body was found in Arroyo Seco in Espanola, N.M. Leonard Coriz, the boyfriend prosecutors say killed Padilla in July 2015 by running her over with his truck, claimed it was all an accident. But this was no accident, a state judge said last year when he sentenced Coriz, 56, to five years in prison for manslaughter.
Serenity Rodriguez, 3, holds the photo of her late grandmother, Peggy Sue Padilla, at the Padilla’s home in Arroyo Seco in Espanola, N.M. Leonard Coriz, the boyfriend prosecutors say killed Padilla in July 2015 by running her over with his truck, claimed it was all an accident. But this was no accident, a state judge said last year when he sentenced Coriz, 56, to five years in prison for manslaughter.
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