The Veteran community is at a loss with the events unfolding but how come one person is praised a hero & the other isn't being mentioned? Say it with your chest. THE FACTS! ALL OF THEM!
41 year old Zachary Scalf took the life of 28 year old Madalyn Coulter then took his own. This is not a 22 a day issue, this is DV and mental illness issue. If you are struggling, get some help, put your guns away, and talk things through. Zachary's behavior and actions are inexcusable. The lack of accountability is baffling.
Janae, Bridget and I sit down and hash this story out because a lot of folks are too afraid to speak up about this... WHY IS THAT? HOW?
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To my male counterparts, don’t turn a blind eye to abuse/exploitation of our female Veterans in order to preserve the “brotherhood”. The signs were there. We scream from mountaintops and remain unheard, y’all whisper and the community stops to listen. -janae_perfectlyflawed @ninelineapparel #madalyncoulter #zacscalf #22aday #dvawareness #veteran #MurderSuicide
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News article: Thank you for sharing Madalyn Coulter’s story 🙏🏻
2 U.S. Army Veterans, former Nine Line employees identified in murder-suicide investigation. Around 5 p.m. on July 12, Savannah Police discovered the body of 28-year-old Madalyn Coulter in a red Toyota Highlander in the parking lot of the Double Tree Hotel on Yvette J. Hagins Drive near the Savannah/Hilton Head International Airport. Dead from a gunshot wound, Coulter had been reported missing hours earlier. The man ultimately suspected of her murder, 41-year-old Zachary Scalf, had been found dead hours earlier from an apparent self-inflicted gunshot wound in his car, parked in the lot of Nine Line Apparel on Fort Argyle Road, where both Coulter and Scalf worked together from 2018 to 2020. Savannah/Hilton Head International Airport and Savannah Police released details of the suspected murder-suicide today, one week after their deaths. Both were U.S. Army veterans. He in the infantry and she as a healthcare specialist, according to their LinkedIn pages. The Veterans Crisis Line is available 24/7/365 for veterans struggling with mental health or contemplating suicide by calling 988 and pressing 1, or texting 838255.--- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/resilient-rowdy/message
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