Episode No. 51: Jennifer Wheatley-Wolf on re-empowering yourself


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In the summer of 1988, Jennifer Wheatley-Wolf was raped in Annapolis, Maryland. Over twenty years later, the rapist was found — and then committed suicide after sentencing. She details the entire process, from start to finish, in a new book.

In this interview, we talk about re-empowering yourself after an attack, how to keep a cold case active, and much more. You can read more about Jennifer’s arc here and here.

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2 thoughts on “Episode No. 51: Jennifer Wheatley-Wolf on re-empowering yourself

  1. Important Update: In July 2012 a 3rd Victim was linked, through DNA, to the same man who attacked and raped Jennifer. This 3rd violent rape occurred on May 31, 1987 in Montgomery County, Maryland.

    Posted by Jennifer Wolf | July 17, 2012, 2:36 pm
  2. Since publication of One Voice Raised, 2 more victims have been linked through DNA to serial rapist, William Joeseph Trice.
    *May 31, 1987 in Montgomery County, Maryland.
    *August, 1988 in Silver Springs, Maryland

    “It brings peace of mind to Trice’s victims to know their attacker has been caught and convicted.
    The importance of entering cold-case evidence into the national data-base can not be stressed enough.”

    Posted by Jennifer Wolf | January 15, 2013, 2:58 pm

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