Man owns ex who plotted against him via a fake facebook persona

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Wyndru

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I didn't know you could go on record like this, have it notarized and basically plot something with lies like this. Fighting deceit with deceit lol.
 

bignateyk

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AHHH! I'll give you $5 to purge the look on her face from my memory.
 

moshquerade

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Nov 1, 2001
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dumb egotistical moron has to have their fucking picture in every god damn article. i hate people like that.
ahhhh, ok....

now let's see who can actually find a pic of Angela Voelker. i found one of her estranged hubby already.

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'FACE' OF TROUBLE: The estranged wife of David Voelkert (above) posed as this teen on Facebook and "friended" him.
 
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Josh

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I didn't know you could go on record like this, have it notarized and basically plot something with lies like this. Fighting deceit with deceit lol.

Me neither...so I can notarize anything and then go say something crazy and as long as it doesn't happen, refer back to the notary and it will all go away?
 

Josh

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You notarize your written statement.

That's what I mean...for example I write "I am going to tell PERSON A I'm gonna punch him in his face and screw his sister but it's just a joke to see how he reacts" and get it notarized....then I do it and he sues me for verbal harrassment or calls the cops and I get arrested. As long as I have that notarized statement, I'm good?
 

highland145

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That's what I mean...for example I write "I am going to tell PERSON A I'm gonna punch him in his face and screw his sister but it's just a joke to see how he reacts" and get it notarized....then I do it and he sues me for verbal harrassment or calls the cops and I get arrested. As long as I have that notarized statement, I'm good?
Nope. Like I said, here good only for ID os signer and date.

IIRC, OCGuy said Cali is way more stringent.
 

Anonemous

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So step 1

Get a notary saying a death threat was just a prank for shits and giggles.

Step 2

Send Death threats.

Step 3

Get away scott free?