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Memphis sat on the floor of her aunt's home crying for Maggie after having woken up from a nap. "I want her to know that it's not okay for someone to treat you that way, that you don't ever deserve to be treated that way," Maggie said.
In the days following the attack, Maggie had time to reflect on what had occurred and decided to make an official statement to the police.
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"You know, he's not going to stop," the officer told Maggie as she wept. They usually stop when they kill you."Convincing Maggie to be examined and sign a protection order took a great deal of coaxing from the officer. "Don't cry mommy, I love you," she said over and over.
The day following the attack, Maggie had to grapple with what would come next for her and her children.
"I'm trying to be a father to them."Shane's relationship with Memphis was far less conflicted than his relationship with her brother, Kayden.
She expressed intense fear that Shane would be let out on bail and come after her, and called the jail several times to make sure he hadn't been released.
On a stretch of road near Chicago’s O’Hare airport where prostitutes are known to gather, a female undercover officer stands on the corner in full view of a fellow officer, Officer Dan. When a car pulls up to her, Officer Dan radios the make and model to his fellow officers waiting in an arrest car.