Baltimore (WJZ) Raji’s black ex-girlfriend does not want her identity to be publicly known. The woman is furious after rumors about his alleged altercation and she was unable to watch a Facebook Live video where Blake apparently confessed to killing his ex-girlfriend Tara Lang.
According to police, he recorded a second episode of the video before fatally shooting his wife, Wendy Black, at their home in Columbia on Saturday, while all the children in his SUV waited outside.
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“It all depends on the weapons,” the ex-girlfriend said. “I definitely feel for the boys. I feel for Wendy and Tara.
WJZ investigator Mike Hallgren said they met in March 2019 and broke up a year later. He said that he was deeply saddened and he never came to his aid.
“I felt like I was somehow the only support for him, but I had the wisdom to choose. I had to choose my health. When I released him, I loved him incredibly. , but I knew I had to lie down first. I couldn’t be a part of it because I didn’t get help.
She sent a friendly message to Raji in a letter in which she wrote, “It was a time when I was so humbled that I didn’t want to live anymore. You helped me through it.
He also said that he is not afraid of it.
“Jay never cursed me. His voice never woke me up. He always told me that because of the fact that I had abused him in a previous relationship, he would never hurt anyone. That’s what he told me.
According to the Royal Court, the wife and ex-wife Wendy Black have filed a number of protection orders. Last year, by her hand, she said, “I’m scared that I don’t know what I can do for me and my girls. We don’t feel safe. I’m not safe at all. I feel like my life is gone. is in danger.
Most people don’t say their life is in serious danger, the ex-girlfriend said. “Of course in terms of protecting women, the system is definitely broken.”
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An employee of the victim, Tara Lubang, shared a photo with WJZ. Laughter said it could “light up a place” and it was spoiled for those who knew it.
Both the victim and the accused were nurses.
Tara Labang worked at St. Agnes. Wendy Black worked for Howard County General. An online friend wrote that Wendy adores her two sons and that a fund trustee is being appointed to support them.
He said that the two have never disputed their relationship.
Wendy Black filed multiple requests for protective orders against her husband and said she feared for her life. This has been repeatedly denied.
WJZ also spoke to a black woman who Raji said dated from March 2019 to March 2020. The woman, who wanted to remain anonymous, said the black woman with severe depression would need counseling.
While she said she wasn’t afraid…