I'm no professional Detective and I don't work for a police department, but I've watched enough true-crime shows to know that this has to be another sad case of domestic violence. What drives a man to want to hurt or kill a woman that he has loved and shared intimate moments with is beyond me. But these evil Hearts exist and I guess they always will.

A 41-year-old man named Buddy McKenzie is the main suspect in this case. Legends Casino security members found a woman with gunshot wounds to her head and body in front of the casino and contacted police early Monday morning, October 4th, according to a report from KIMA TV. To see a picture of suspect Buddy (Byron) McKenzie, click HERE.

The stats on the number of people affected by domestic violence are staggering. And while it affects women more than men, both sexes can be victims of violence from an intimate partner. In Washington alone, over 41% of women and 31% of men experience intimate partner violence, rape, or stalking in their lifetime, according to the National Coalition Against Domestic Violence.

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