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Victim struggles after attack

KATHRYN Riter, left, demonstrates how she ended up with arm and hand wounds while attempting to ward off hammer blows that were allegedly struck by Brian DePriest, an ex-boyfriend, prior to the Jan. 23 kidnapping of her son. Riter’s sister, Amber Tyler, has become her advocate at legal proceedings and when dealing with family service agencies and media representatives.

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KATHRYN Riter, left, demonstrates how she ended up with arm and hand wounds while attempting to ward off hammer blows that were allegedly struck by Brian DePriest, an ex-boyfriend, prior to the Jan. 23 kidnapping of her son. Riter’s sister, Amber Tyler, has become her advocate at legal proceedings and when dealing with family service agencies and media representatives.



— Kathryn Riter is trying to heal — both physically and emotionally — after being viciously attacked by an ex-boyfriend wielding a hammer in January...

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