Deadly Practice 

Why was a man with a violent history allowed to work with children and families?

The 911 call came at 9 a.m. on the morning of Feb. 13. A friend might be in danger, said the caller, because an explosive ex-beau had suddenly raged into her home. When the cops arrived, it was too late. Claudia Pascual,…

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