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Old 12-21-2018, 12:08 AM #11
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2012, Tracyís Law. Changed everything when it come to stalking allegations however the courts are aware of false accusations as well. At any rate, this has basically now destroyed my life, for the next year any income I have will be given to attorneys to keep me out of jail. I will make certain there is an independent psych evaluation both attorneys agree on. That alone will cost me several thousand dollars. The court system, since 2012, look it up, takes stalking allegations very seriously however minimal the investigation. My case there was no investigation, no questions, just guilty until proven innocent! I am just glad to know the courts are aware of false accusations from former lovers and that can be argued.
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I am sorry that you are experiencing all this. It's a wonder this woman can afford to pay an attorney.
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She lives with her parents and they are paying. I honestly donít think she would make it on her own with her daughter after what I witness for a year. So it is her father. She donít work, Iím not certain she can even hold it together for a job. She is extremely dissasociated from reality. I tried to help.
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I'm so sorry!

I hate the "guilty until proven innocent" route society is going in

I've known a couple of very good men whose lives were made difficult because they were falsely accused of abuse
The police did not take their cases seriously... Even though hey had plenty of evidence. There was no investigation

That must've been so awful, I'm so sorry you experience that
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Yright, I have way more than enough evidence. There never was an investigation, she has no evidence whatsoever of her claims other than her father signing an affidavit stating he overheard me on the phone saying I would kill her. That never happened, I have already sent all my phone records to my attorney and the last conversation we had on the phone was February 10th. So if that is in fact true, which it isnít, why wait until August to report it and sign an affidavit? The attorney will subpoena his phone records and make him show when that phone call alledgedly took place! It never did, not once did I ever threaten her in any way. I was in love with her, I wasnít going to threaten her.

I do have a friend that I did not know went through the same thing with her mother and she will be a character witness, she has known me over 15 years and knows of my relationships. So I do have that on my side, someone that has known me for a long time, personally known the women I have dated as well as been through the same thing. The only reason her father was never arrested is because his brother was the sheriff and knew how her mother was.
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This is probably why those that treat people with mental health and addiction issues encourage us to refrain from getting into relationships with others until we, ourselves, are in a healthier place with our own stuff so that we can make clearer, healthier choices.

With that being said, I also think it completely sucks how our judicial system works ... Where one person can accuse another person of something (whether it's true or not), and that person ends up getting arrested and their lives end up totally wrecked because of it ... The only people that still believe our judicial system is the best in the world are the ones that haven't been toatally effed by it yet.

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I may have written too much identifying info so this is an edit:


Itís all BS and I have so much evidence to dispute their claims they would be put to shame if questioned by my attorney. They have not one shred of evidence of anything nor was I ever questioned, there was never an investigation, nothing! Like you said, make false claims and turn someoneís life upside down out of spite. Either that or back to my original theory of her having flashbacks of her ex husband and believing I am him.
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