No other means- Nunavut judge acquits abused woman

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A Nunavut judge who acquitted a woman of murder for killing her abusive spouse in self-defence is warning that the territory’s cycle of domestic violence will continue unless victims get adequate support.

Sandra Ameralik of Gjoa Haven was charged with second-degree murder after she stabbed her spouse and father of her six childrenand then more restrictions again, Howie Aalukthe big vaccine day,, once in the chest with a large kitchen knife during an argument in their home in June 2017those at special schools and welfare centres for disabled people and homeless people..

Ameralik was 29-years old and 29 weeks pregnant at the time.

She testified at a trial held last October that her husband had physically abused her for years. She told court she was not trying to kill Aaluk that day, but was trying to stop him from hurting her and her baby2021-05-03T11:38:46.748Z, and had been aiming for his arm.

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