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Old 09-01-2011, 02:46 AM   #1
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The thread about the lady being stalked moved me to post this.

My step-niece is paralyzed from the waist down from being thrown off a balcony in TX by her overly possessive ex-boyfriend. The scumbag beat one guy who intervened up badly and threw my niece off a balcony.

The scumbag had a rich father who was well connected in TX and national politics. Two other women who had been beaten by the scumbag came forward at his trial. The scumbag spent several years in prison and then moved right down the street from my niece. She has since moved to another state.

There was some justice here. The scumbags rich dad died while he was in prison and TX authorities would not let him attend the funeral.

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Old 09-01-2011, 03:04 AM   #2
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OMG, that is sad. I hope she is doing okay. This is why I carry a gun. There are men out there that prey on women. It's wrong. Tell your step-niece she is in my prayers for a long and happy life.


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I am sorry to hear that, but I hope some justace was done.
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I am saddened by a life changing event in your step-niece's life alsaqr.

Positive thoughts and best wishes for her.

I also am a firm believer in Karma.
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An eye for an eye. He needs a spinal rearrangement.
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So sorry to hear that. I hope and pray your SN has finally found the peace she so deserves in life.
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Your niece is in my thoughts. I hope that she is still able to live a somewhat normal and happy life.


As for the dirtbag, well karma's a bitch. I hope that worthless ****er bought some soap on a rope.


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