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14 Sep 07 #3377 by PETAL
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Im so sorry just read your post what a nasty piece of work. I changed my number 4 times now mobile and bt think he manages to ask esate agent sweetly for number.

Dont take tis rubbish you deserve better. Hope locks changed and please inform the police so you get crime no and you can then tell your solicitor. Each time he starts get the police again.

I hope you are ok and your family are helping. Can someone stay with you? I was told to put camera outside house after slashed tyres 4 times and smahed windscreen kicking in doors.Good idea b & q have em not expensive.

Take care

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14 Sep 07 #3378 by PETAL
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Im so sorry just read your post what a nasty piece of work. I changed my number 4 times now mobile and bt think he manages to ask esate agent sweetly for number.

Dont take tis rubbish you deserve better. Hope locks changed and please inform the police so you get crime no and you can then tell your solicitor. Each time he starts get the police again.

I hope you are ok and your family are helping. Can someone stay with you? I was told to put camera outside house after slashed tyres 4 times and smahed windscreen kicking in doors.Good idea b & q have em not expensive.

Take care

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14 Sep 07 #3380 by gone1
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Chris,

I am so sorry to hear of your case and I know it's far from rare. I think you would have been justified in defending. Where was the evidence against you? Her word against yours? Not good enough, not without more. And she has motive to lie to the Court, because she wants to use it as a stick to beat you with.

The problem was the risk of a costs order though, wasn't it? The system does not deliver. Lord Denning, I think, once said "Whoever said the law had anything to do with justice?" Wise words....

Will C

Thanks Will. She had witnesses that I said things to her in asda. I was supposed to have called her a fu**ing bitch. The witnesses were her boyfriend and her daugthers and her daughters BF. Ohh and the other witness was her daughters boss. I was supposed to have molested her daughter in wolworths. I didnt even know her daughter worked there. I went in the cafe had a brew and went out. Aparently her daughter reported to her boss that she had seen me. I rang her boss up and asked her. Its all a load of crap.

Yes the problem was the costs order. There was no point defending it becuase I dont want to go there and I have no desire to go there. So I just signed.

What is totaly daft is that Karen needs protection from her ex. My ex is trying to do me in. Not working though. Its her quest to step over me in the gutter. She will never do this.

To think that I gave this women everythink and she did this to me? It rocks my faith in womenkind. Chris

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14 Sep 07 #3390 by Liago
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Karen

Im with Will.

The threatening phone calls (a course of conduct on 2 or more occasions) constitue harassment. Obviously if you can provide evidence ie txts, answer phone messages etc so much more the better.

Contact the police who should issue an harassment warning, any further breaches are arrestable. Hopefully intervention by the police at this stage will be enough to warn your X and partner off.

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14 Sep 07 #3394 by Athene
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If you're in Scotland, you might try Scottish Women's Aid at www.scottishwomensaid.co.uk/ - they can probably give you quick advice. I know the law on some matters is slightly different from English law.

You might note that in England, in a couple of cases, psychiatric damage from stalking etc has led to convictions for grievous bodily harm. The cases were prety extreme but may be relevant all the same.

Good luck!

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15 Sep 07 #3398 by scottishlady
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Thankyou all for your comments and advice..... it is very much appreciated....
There are no text messages, and he hangs up if the machine answers.... so no evidence there....
I have done the 'choose to refuse' thing with BT.... so the 3 numbers that they are calling from won't get through.... they could always use other numbers to call ofcourse, but they haven't as yet...
I think my name is misleading... I think it should be 'scottishladylivinginengland'....but I did have a look on the womens aid website... so, thankyou for that advice....
Once again.... thankyou all very much - the support from this site is amazing:)

Kindest Regards to You All
Karen
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