Murder Revealed Flaw In Bonding System

State's attorney wants to end practice of 'undercutting'

, The Connecticut Law Tribune

Back in January 2010, West Haven mother Shengyl Rasim was fatally shot while holding her crying baby, with her young son asleep nearby. Investigators for Ansonia/Milford State's Attorney Kevin Lawlor didn't have to look far to find their suspect. The husband, Selami Ozdemir, had a history of being arrested for domestic violence by West Haven police.

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