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sjp

Another fool and his money story. So many guys think with with their little head instead of the big one. What gets me is he is smart enough to save all that money only to throw it all away on a pretty face. He had better odds in a casino. Love is blind, never have truer words ever been said.

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oscarpears

 

 

So many guys think with with their little head instead of the big one

 

Yes, it is hard to feel sorry for a dick thinking with all the foresight of a tight foreskin and a one eyed idiotic snake; however many guys do fall in love and they act out of love, affection and altruism. That makes the scam so much worse.

It makes sites such as this a very valuable resource and a reality check, to those of us whose hearts are too uncynical for our own good

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For Real

Its a sad inditement of the nanny states of the west and how adults can get by in these states without having a clue. Globalisation doesn't favour the silly and education is expensive.

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SkyMan

 

 

even if he had no idea she was married?

 

I doubt that they would charge him if he was unaware that she was married
And how do you prove this in court?  The fact is, he slept with a married woman whether he knew it or not.

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Davaoeno

And how do you prove this in court?  The fact is, he slept with a married woman whether he knew it or not.

 

um- how do you prove that he slept with her at all ??

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Headed that way

And how do you prove this in court?  The fact is, he slept with a married woman whether he knew it or not.

most prosecutors and judges have more common sense than that which is why you don't find them posting on forums.

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smokey

And how do you prove this in court?  The fact is, he slept with a married woman whether he knew it or not.

 

He just NEEDS to have the right lawyer and someone to get quick court dates he needs a lawyer with connections

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Headshot

um- how do you prove that he slept with her at all ??

 

They can only prove it is he admits it in sworn testimony, but if he doesn't admit it, then there is no case against her either. However, I believe it's a moot point anyway, since only the husband can charge his wife with adultery in the Philippines. If the wife is charged with adultery, the lover must also be charged...regardless of whether or not he knew she was married. In the court's eyes, it is up to the lover to know the marital status of the woman he is with.

 

Like I said...lessons learned...walk away.

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smokey

They can only prove it is he admits it in sworn testimony, but if he doesn't admit it, then there is no case against her either. However, I believe it's a moot point anyway, since only the husband can charge his wife with adultery in the Philippines. If the wife is charged with adultery, the lover must also be charged...regardless of whether or not he knew she was married. In the court's eyes, it is up to the lover to know the marital status of the woman he is with.

 

Like I said...lessons learned...walk away.

i would hire a lawyer maybe they are both in this together ... And if so its deport time for the husband i would think

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i would hire a lawyer maybe they are both in this together ... And if so its deport time for the husband i would think

 

Well...Hell...if he thinks that it can be proved that the husband conspired with the wife to defraud him, then he should probably hire Shadow first to find out if there is actually a case to be made. Then, if he decides to go with a lawyer, at least the lawyer will have something to work with. However, I still think it would be throwing good money after bad. There is a huge chance of losing a lot more money and very little chance that he will get anything back. It is just too easy for all evidence of a conspiracy to disappear. Even if it doesn't, he had better have kept meticulous records of all transactions, or he has absolutely no chance of success. He can add to that the very real possibility that if he returns to the island, he will be a relatively easy target (literally).

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oscarpears

 

 

most prosecutors and judges have more common sense than that which is why you don't find them posting on forums

 

Not quite sir, I am a case that proves the contrary.  :)  

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Dragonladies.org

There may be some creative ways to deal with her?

 

:)

 

Is the husband in the Philippines?  Is his status there, legal?  

 

Maybe he has a GF?

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bmoore

Walk away and don't look back.

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smokey

Well...Hell...if he thinks that it can be proved that the husband conspired with the wife to defraud him, then he should probably hire Shadow first to find out if there is actually a case to be made. Then, if he decides to go with a lawyer, at least the lawyer will have something to work with. However, I still think it would be throwing good money after bad. There is a huge chance of losing a lot more money and very little chance that he will get anything back. It is just too easy for all evidence of a conspiracy to disappear. Even if it doesn't, he had better have kept meticulous records of all transactions, or he has absolutely no chance of success. He can add to that the very real possibility that if he returns to the island, he will be a relatively easy target (literally).

 

 

To often in court its not what is said as much as who is listening we have all seen court cases where the judgement seems to go against the testimony

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smokey

Well...Hell...if he thinks that it can be proved that the husband conspired with the wife to defraud him, then he should probably hire Shadow first to find out if there is actually a case to be made. Then, if he decides to go with a lawyer, at least the lawyer will have something to work with. However, I still think it would be throwing good money after bad. There is a huge chance of losing a lot more money and very little chance that he will get anything back. It is just too easy for all evidence of a conspiracy to disappear. Even if it doesn't, he had better have kept meticulous records of all transactions, or he has absolutely no chance of success. He can add to that the very real possibility that if he returns to the island, he will be a relatively easy target (literally).

 

Well I cant speak for shadow but I sure dont think he would want to get on the stand as the one to prove anything against a local could put him in the spotlight and put a big dent in his low profile status

 

FOR ME IF SOMEONE SCAMMED ME FOR THAT MUCH I WILL FIGHT

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