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  • cactus jack
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    Originally posted by sk0rg3 View Post
    one ,im not a woman beater
    Ok, then what would you call it? She's a woman, and you hit her.

    Originally posted by sk0rg3 View Post
    i really felt like my life was in danger.
    You got down naked with her and your life is in danger? Don't go to Alaska or we'll have to warn the grizzly bears!

    Originally posted by sk0rg3 View Post
    thats the first time i ever did anything like that
    Now work on making sure it's the last time!

    Originally posted by sk0rg3 View Post
    two, im just asking what kinda of legal things can go on not any of yall personal opinions i do appreciate, yall time to reply but dont go try telling me what i am and go on and on and staying on topic
    Legal things? Well for starters, stay away from her. Learn to choose better women. Learn anger management skills. If you don't when you get older things will get worse. Next time it could go very wrong. As in she might kick your butt good, maybe even put you in the hospital. Or you might hit her the wrong way and you could end up in jail. You can tell us whatever you wish, but there is only so much you can tell the court until they call your bluff. You say you're not a woman beater. Well, I can assure you that if this goes before a jury you could get a few years up state and then permanently & publicly labeled a woman beater. And it doesn't matter if you aren't, because you're gonna have the label and you'll have no choice but to accept it.


    Originally posted by GotSmart View Post
    If a woman attacks me, I will not have anything to do with her. It is your own fault for even trying to continue with this situation.
    IF a woman attacks me, would I want to fight back?

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  • GotSmart
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    What can you do?

    Get as far away from her as possible, and have nothing to do with her or her family.

    Get professional help to find out why you want to be in an abusive relationship.

    If a woman attacks me, I will not have anything to do with her. It is your own fault for even trying to continue with this situation.

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  • HRinMA
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    Originally posted by sk0rg3 View Post
    thanks for everyone trying to help me,
    seems like who ever did gave advice went out there confront zone
    im not a woman beater
    You admitted to us you struck your girlfriend so you are a women beater. She is a man beater (according to your version) so it was mutual combat. Here in MA, if police were called you would both be arrested.

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  • cbg
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    Worst case scenario? Both you and she go to jail.

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  • sk0rg3
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    thanks for everyone trying to help me,
    seems like who ever did gave advice went out there confront zone
    im not a woman beater

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  • sk0rg3
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    one ,im not a woman beater i really felt like my life was in danger. thats the first time i ever did anything like that
    two, im just asking what kinda of legal things can go on not any of yall personal opinions i do appreciate, yall time to reply but dont go try telling me what i am and go on and on and staying on topic
    three, her brother aint nothing to worrie bout he got his *** beat for caming at me like he did,but i dont fault him for sticking up for his sister

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  • cactus jack
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    Originally posted by sk0rg3 View Post
    me and my girlfreind was arguing and she choked me to the point i couldn't breath and everything was going black so i choked her back after she kicked my knee twice and i heard it cracked,so i pounced her in the arm.(im not a woman beater i felt like my life was in danger)
    now since i live in VA i was told even tho she was wrong and everything since she a girl and white, she will not get in trouble
    i wanna know what can i really do. this happen 2 days ago
    Sounds like a woman beater to me. Why not break up and leave each other alone?

    Originally posted by sk0rg3 View Post
    we haven't done anything nor the police haven't been called. she dont plan to neither do i.
    but i do plan on pressing charges against her brother. i do understand he was trying to defend his sister but it was way after the fact and he didn't even know what happen. he pulled brass knuckles on me, he hit me multiply times but i have no mark except a bite mark from what he did but he had to get medical care

    sorry if it seem like i was rushing i just say people look and not comment.
    Ok, so the cops havn't been called on you or her yet. So what's the problem? Break up and go your separate ways.
    As for her brother, you oughta thank Jesus it was him and not a few of us guys here. You kids are young and dumb. We're old and cranky and don't give a **** if we get 6 months for re-educating a woman beater.

    Originally posted by sk0rg3 View Post
    me and her came to a agreement on what we doing.
    im just seeing if she do decide do take the other rout and press charges

    her brother on the other hand what can he do?
    he came to me calmly and ask me did i git her and i camly said yes he went to get brass knuckles and hit me
    JUST brass knuckles? Listen kid, you hit a woman. Ok, she hit you. Big deal. Walk away. Leave. HER ALONE. Just stay away from her and let it go. Chalk it up to experience. Don't worry about the cops until they contact you. But I promise you, the second you call them on her brother, they're gonna find out about you two, and they'll ask her before they ask you and -SHA-ZA'IM!- (insert Gomer Pyle voice) YOU will be the one arrested.

    You don't like what transpired from this? Don't do it again. Doesn't matter who started the fight either. Listen kid, nine times out of ten the woman is talked to first unless you report it. Even then, count on them arresting you because they'll say the same thing- why not walk away instead of hit back? Were you held there against your will? Was she holding you at gun point? Were you in any way shape or form held there against your will? You are a man, I presume. Men are expected to use better judgement and extracting themselves from such a situation before anything goes this far.

    You're making a mountain out of a mole hill. Back off and call it quits with her. Otherwise you could be looking at serious trouble from either the cops or her brother.

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  • Betty3
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    Agree, I don't think I would pursue charges against her brother. I would not do anything unless charges are pressed against you, then get a lawyer & go from there.

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  • Alice Dodd
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    I think you need to quit while you're ahead, so to speak. Pressing charges against her brother could spur her to file charges against you. It sounds like all of you could use some anger management skills.

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  • sk0rg3
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    Originally posted by cbg View Post
    Until someone looks at a thread, they don't know if they are going to know the answer or not. Not everyone who looks is going to know the answer to every question.

    I think you can safely assume that as soon as you call the police about her brother, he or she is going to do the same and call the police about you.
    me and her came to a agreement on what we doing.
    im just seeing if she do decide do take the other rout and press charges

    her brother on the other hand what can he do?
    he came to me calmly and ask me did i git her and i camly said yes he went to get brass knuckles and hit me

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  • cbg
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    Until someone looks at a thread, they don't know if they are going to know the answer or not. Not everyone who looks is going to know the answer to every question.

    I think you can safely assume that as soon as you call the police about her brother, he or she is going to do the same and call the police about you.

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  • sk0rg3
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    Originally posted by cbg View Post
    That depends. Has either one of you been contacted by the police? If so, the only answer I have for you is GET A LAWYER.

    If you have not, then you may not have to do anything. I said you COULD get in trouble. Whether you WILL or not depends on what happens next.

    BTW, this is a volunteer board. It is not Time Warner. Operators are not standing by 24/7 to answer your call. It may sometimes take more than eight minutes for someone to respond. Please have patience.
    we haven't done anything nor the police haven't been called. she dont plan to neither do i.
    but i do plan on pressing charges against her brother. i do understand he was trying to defend his sister but it was way after the fact and he didn't even know what happen. he pulled brass knuckles on me, he hit me multiply times but i have no mark except a bite mark from what he did but he had to get medical care

    sorry if it seem like i was rushing i just say people look and not comment.

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  • cbg
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    That depends. Has either one of you been contacted by the police? If so, the only answer I have for you is GET A LAWYER.

    If you have not, then you may not have to do anything. I said you COULD get in trouble. Whether you WILL or not depends on what happens next.

    BTW, this is a volunteer board. It is not Time Warner. Operators are not standing by 24/7 to answer your call. It may sometimes take more than eight minutes for someone to respond. Please have patience.

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  • sk0rg3
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    Originally posted by cbg View Post
    Of course you can be in trouble. Both of you can.
    what can i do and what can she do

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  • cbg
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    Of course you can be in trouble. Both of you can.

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