In 2 Months, 2 Women Went Missing In Boston. The Cases Ignited Talks About Violence, SafetyPlay
In the last two months, two 23-year-old women have been allegedly kidnapped from clubs in downtown Boston.
Only one of the victims was found alive. Jassy Correia, a young mother from Lynn, was found dead in the trunk of a car, authorities said.
We talk to Suffolk County District Attorney Rachael Rollins about what these high-profile attacks mean for young women in Boston, and what everyone — men and women — can do to prevent violence against women.
Plus, in the wake of a tragedy, what are women thinking about the balance between freedom and safety?
Rachael Rollins, Suffolk County district attorney. She tweets @DARollins.
Paris Alston, Radio Boston producer. She tweets @BonjourParis_.
Peter Qualliotine, former director of a Men’s Accountability program at the Seattle-based Organization for Prostitution Survivors. He's currently a gender-based violence consultant.
Gina Scaramella, executive director of the Boston Area Rape Crisis Center. She tweets @ginabarcc.
This segment aired on March 5, 2019.