Saturday, February 17, 2018

Lethal Weapon - Vehicle

Various vehicles are often used to prevent a parent from leaving the home in domestic violence cases.  The child may not be the intended target but is certainly a witness to the event and traumatized by the violent acts against their loved one.   

They may be a passenger or hostage in the vehicle while their loved one is threatened with harm. Targeted or not, the child witness feels fear and terror for the loved one being assaulted.  As the child matures, the the same threat increases that they too will experience this level of violence and may be targeted by an abusive parent, stepparent or current love interest of their parent. 

Lethal Weapon - Vehicle

  • Barricaded by vehicle
  • Blocked by vehicle
  • Bumped by vehicle
  • Chased by vehicle
  • Chased on snow machine
  • Dragged with vehicle
  • Forced from moving vehicle
  • Thrown out of moving vehicle
  • Locked in vehicle
  • Forced off road
  • Hit by motorcycle
  • Hit with car
  • Run down by vehicle
  • Run over by car
  • Thrown from car
  • Locked out of vehicle
  • Thrown overboard
  • Dragged behind boat
  • Tossed out of airplane
  • Forced to jump out of airplane
  • Tied to railroad tracks
Type of Vehicle
  • Auto
  • Pick up
  • Heavy duty truck
  • Tractor-Trailer
  • Motor home
  • 18 wheels
  • Motorcycle
  • Off road vehicle
  • 4 wheeler
  • Snow machine
  • Dirt bike
  • Airplane
  • Boat
  • Yacht
  • Train

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