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(NYPost)   Married NYPD officer, caught with his pants down, says he was just car shopping late at night when a woman's estranged husband barged into her bedroom and shot him with his own service revolver   (nypost.com) divider line 13
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2012-08-13 03:54:03 PM
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WhyKnot: JackieRabbit: ExperianScaresCthulhu: - woman and man are separated, not divorced
- man is jealous of woman
- woman is screwing different dudes in their marital bed
- married cop thinks he's found unencumbered no strings attached pussy in need of a white knight

My questions:
- who paid for the house?
- why were they getting divorced?
- was the restraining order a 'real' one or a scheming female one?
- was the husband upset because his wife is dating other dudes, or because she's screwing other dudes in the home he paid for, in the bed he paid for?

In many states once a couple separates, all bets are off. The husband and wife can have sex with whomever they like and it is no longer considered adultery. When I divorced some years back, my lawyer told me that under no circumstance was I to leave my home. Once a man leave his home, he gives up all right to it and anything in it until the court rules. He cannot demand that his wife not entertain men in his home. He may still own it, but he isn't a resident of it and has nothing to say about what happens there.

My soon-to-be ex and her boyfriend were looking for a house to buy and that was going to take a few months. She suggested that maybe it would be better for me to move into an apartment until she moved into her new home. I told her not on her life. I'd rent her a place and she could leave, but I would not be leaving my home. Until she was gone, her boyfriend could not come to my home. If he showed up there, I'd have him arrested for trespassing. Had I taken her up on her suggestion, I could not have stopped him.

Seems like you have a good head on your shoulders.

Not to pour salt into a wound, but it sounds like she found herself a real charmer. He can't even provide a roof over his or his ladies head.


Yeah, he was a real jewel. I got a call from his soon-to-be ex, who told me the reason she was divorcing him was because he had five different women in as many cities (he traveled for business). Someone he worked with (he didn't know I had a friend where he worked) told me that all the women were married and and his MO was to hook up with these married women and as soon as they dumped their husbands, he did the disappearing act. I did attempt to warn my wife off, but, of course, she didn't want to hear any of it. Well, he's long gone now and she's struggling to make the mortgage. It isn't my problem; hasn't been for years. It ceased to be my problem the day she left.
2012-08-13 03:49:23 PM
1 votes:
The only happy ending to this story would involve his shooting both of them dead and then committing suicide.
2012-08-13 03:02:33 PM
1 votes:
here's a tip for the newly separated. You're vurnerable, which makes you an easy target, low hanging fruit. Don't stick you pecker in anything until you are satisfied you will be forever alone, and have bankrolled enough that you can rent to own your dates.
2012-08-13 02:43:14 PM
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foxyshadis: The court is going to see you walking away from something as not needing or wanting it anymore. A lawyer would tell you that, and probably did tell your ex. Sorry you had to learn the hard way, but making rash choices - even just trusting someone you're breaking up with - is usually a very bad idea, and you'd think it would be common sense if lies and manipulation are why you're divorcing in the first place.


This. I told my buddy to play hardball. Long story short. They're both alcoholics. My buddy is approaching his 5th year of sobriety and his wife is still drinking. They have a 11 year-old son. He has had a number of drunk-driving arrests prior to finding sobriety. He could have had her busted for drunk driving, child abuse (she locked their son in his bedroom all day because she was hungover...the kid escaped out the window and pounded on the front door), or any number of alcohol-related offenses BEFORE he moved out and filed. When they were married they made about the same amount of money (she's a hair stylist, he's a mechanic), but she claimed only $19k on her taxes (since a lot of her pay was tips). He has to pay $1300 a month in child support AND alimony. That's about HALF his take-home pay a month. So while he's living in a tiny 1 bedroom apartment, she's in the house living large.

Moral of the story: Play hardball, because she will.
2012-08-13 02:33:38 PM
1 votes:
The ex husband will be charged with breaking and entering, assault on an officer, stalking and violating a restraining order. The cop will be in trouble with his own wife and the 'victim' will have her ex put away so she can continue her life.
Tada!
2012-08-13 02:33:24 PM
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DeathCipris: FTA: "He's a great guy. I've known him for a long time," said the cop - sporting a small bruise under his right eye - outside the Staten Island home he shares with his wife. "The family has a lot going on..."


Ahahaha, he sounds like he moved in on his friend's lady as soon as he was out of the house. Might not be best friend, but that's just icing on top of the douchebag cake.
2012-08-13 02:14:07 PM
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ExperianScaresCthulhu: bunch of words


While I don't totally disagree with your assessment (and I have a buddy who just got royally screwed in his recently finalized divorce), the law is tilted in favor of the woman. If the dude moved out as part of the separation, he has no legal right to the home (and if you count in the restraining order, was violating the law just by being there). Point is you do NOT move out of the house until you have an attorney secure your legal rights to the property (part of what screwed my buddy over, he moved out and then filed...she filed immediately after he moved out and beat him to the punch....he should have filed while living in the house THEN moved out).

We don't know their marital history...we do know from TFA that he was quasi-stalking her and the jealous type. So while you can say blah blah, respect; blah blah; marital bed; blah blah; she's a whore....it really doesn't matter from a legal perspective. He had no legal right to be there and he certainly had no right to shoot the guy banging his wife. It wasn't like he lived there and he hasn't lived there in 7 months.
2012-08-13 01:57:33 PM
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JackieRabbit: ExperianScaresCthulhu: - woman and man are separated, not divorced
- man is jealous of woman
- woman is screwing different dudes in their marital bed
- married cop thinks he's found unencumbered no strings attached pussy in need of a white knight

My questions:
- who paid for the house?
- why were they getting divorced?
- was the restraining order a 'real' one or a scheming female one?
- was the husband upset because his wife is dating other dudes, or because she's screwing other dudes in the home he paid for, in the bed he paid for?

In many states once a couple separates, all bets are off. The husband and wife can have sex with whomever they like and it is no longer considered adultery. When I divorced some years back, my lawyer told me that under no circumstance was I to leave my home. Once a man leave his home, he gives up all right to it and anything in it until the court rules. He cannot demand that his wife not entertain men in his home. He may still own it, but he isn't a resident of it and has nothing to say about what happens there.

My soon-to-be ex and her boyfriend were looking for a house to buy and that was going to take a few months. She suggested that maybe it would be better for me to move into an apartment until she moved into her new home. I told her not on her life. I'd rent her a place and she could leave, but I would not be leaving my home. Until she was gone, her boyfriend could not come to my home. If he showed up there, I'd have him arrested for trespassing. Had I taken her up on her suggestion, I could not have stopped him.


Seems like you have a good head on your shoulders.

Not to pour salt into a wound, but it sounds like she found herself a real charmer. He can't even provide a roof over his or his ladies head.
2012-08-13 01:44:12 PM
1 votes:

ExperianScaresCthulhu: - woman and man are separated, not divorced
- man is jealous of woman
- woman is screwing different dudes in their marital bed
- married cop thinks he's found unencumbered no strings attached pussy in need of a white knight

My questions:
- who paid for the house?
- why were they getting divorced?
- was the restraining order a 'real' one or a scheming female one?
- was the husband upset because his wife is dating other dudes, or because she's screwing other dudes in the home he paid for, in the bed he paid for?


In many states once a couple separates, all bets are off. The husband and wife can have sex with whomever they like and it is no longer considered adultery. When I divorced some years back, my lawyer told me that under no circumstance was I to leave my home. Once a man leave his home, he gives up all right to it and anything in it until the court rules. He cannot demand that his wife not entertain men in his home. He may still own it, but he isn't a resident of it and has nothing to say about what happens there.

My soon-to-be ex and her boyfriend were looking for a house to buy and that was going to take a few months. She suggested that maybe it would be better for me to move into an apartment until she moved into her new home. I told her not on her life. I'd rent her a place and she could leave, but I would not be leaving my home. Until she was gone, her boyfriend could not come to my home. If he showed up there, I'd have him arrested for trespassing. Had I taken her up on her suggestion, I could not have stopped him.
2012-08-13 01:35:42 PM
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FTA: "He's a great guy. I've known him for a long time," said the cop - sporting a small bruise under his right eye - outside the Staten Island home he shares with his wife. "The family has a lot going on..."
2012-08-13 01:32:00 PM
1 votes:
Not sure who to root for...

Cop was plowing someone who wasn't his wife, but the suspect was stalking his [suspect's] estranged wife.

I will root for the cop. Stalking an ex is not cool.
2012-08-13 01:27:37 PM
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FTFA: "Dunbar and his wife separated in January, a friend said. She had changed the locks on their home and gotten a restraining order against him, the pal added. "He still came around. He would drive around this block all the time. It would be all hours of the day and night," she said."

- woman and man are separated, not divorced
- man is jealous of woman
- woman is screwing different dudes in their marital bed
- married cop thinks he's found unencumbered no strings attached pussy in need of a white knight

My questions:
- who paid for the house?
- why were they getting divorced?
- was the restraining order a 'real' one or a scheming female one?
- was the husband upset because his wife is dating other dudes, or because she's screwing other dudes in the home he paid for, in the bed he paid for?

The cop still could have come out sorta clean if he'd pulled the romance card and the white knight card. He'd be a dumbass, but he'd look like a dumbass following his heart as well as his dick, instead of a dumbass following just his dick. Slight difference.

That female is not worth all this drama: not for the cop, and not for the dude she's married to. She's going to come out of this scot free, though, even though she's the one starting the drama.
Skr
2012-08-13 01:26:15 PM
1 votes:
Hah posed as his own Official Rep. That is pretty hilarious and probably additional hot water he will have to wade through.
 
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