Breanna Moore was a young woman on the very cusp of the rest of her life when dating violence turned to murder and stole her entire future away from her.
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Episode Source Materials
- Man charged with fatal shooting told police he found gun with girlfriend’s body
- Bail set at $1.5M in fatal Hillside shooting
- Victim’s Family Faces Man Accused of Killing Daughter in Court
- Sobering Facts: Drunk Driving In Alaska
- Boyfriend suspected of shooting dental assistant in the head is called a ‘violent criminal’ by victim’s father as grieving family confront him in court
- Letter from Cindy Moore to Senator Mike Dunleavy
- Man pleads guilty to killing girlfriend in 2014
- Almeda sentenced to 75 years in prison for death of girlfriend, Bree Moore
- Alaska Youth Risk Behavior Survey (2017)
- Frontiers 136: Dating Violence: Bree’s Story
- The Unnecessarily Convoluted Journey to Bree’s Law
- When Men Murder Women
- Alaska marks 1st Teen Dating Violence Awareness Month under ‘Bree’s Law’
- Teen Dating Violence Can Lead To Homicide — And Girls Are The Most Common Victims
- A deadly place: Alaska is the most dangerous state for women, now they’re fighting back
- Missing or murdered? In America’s deadliest state, one family is still searching for answers
- Judge upholds sentence for man convicted of killing girlfriend in 2014
- Domestic Violence in Alaska
- “Get out of Jail Free” – Butch Moore
- Bree’s Law
- Traumatic brain injury – Mayo Clinic