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“If you are hanging on for that baby, you don't have to hang on any more,” Ashleigh Lindsey's mother whispered into her daughter's ear. The baby Lindsey had carried for four months no longer had a heartbeat.
Barbara Diane Dye filed a protective order against her husband shortly after filing for divorce. Eleven days later, Raymond Dye shot and killed his wife and then killed himself. Diane Dye’s mother has made it her mission to strengthen Oklahoma’s protective order law and try to save others from losing a loved one to domestic violence.