“The week after the incident with John, Heiman and York convened their class as scheduled. John called in, staying on mute for the entire hour. The following week, he left the meeting early, saying that his car was about to be towed; the week after that, he joined late, and blew up at York when she asked why. ‘Man, f-ck this group,’ he said, and hung up. He didn’t call back. In early June, York learned that John had been arrested again, after attempting to strangle his ex-girlfriend. His parole has since been revoked.” Domestic violence victims didn’t have good support and safety structures before the pandemic. Imagine how it’s going in the age of Zoom. The New Yorker: Can Domestic Abusers Keep Themselves Accountable When No One Is Watching?