At vigil for Bridgewater homicide victim, a call to end domestic violence

BRIDGEWATER — As snow began to fall on Bridgewater this afternoon, about 50 people huddled together under an overhang in Duke Island Park. One by one, they passed around a white candle and used it to light their own. Then they gathered in a circle, bowed their heads and stood in silence for 60 painful seconds.

The vigil, held in honor of 43-year-old Janaki Dantuluru, whom police say was strangled to death by her estranged husband last month, was not just a commemoration of her life. Organizers say they meant it to be a rallying cry, a call to all …read more

Source: NJ.com Middlesex

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