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I am a psychologist and would be happy to assist you. It sounds like you have a very serious situation on your hands. I would not take his threats lightly. Infidelity can lead to very intense anger which can lead to violence. His repeated threats are disconcerting. I hope you have ended the relationship with his wife. You do not need to fuel the fire. You probably ought to contact the police department to let them know about his threatening behavior. It is never ok to threaten someones life and it sounds like you have some witnesses. File a police report and keep your distance from this man. You are in the middle of a volatile situation and you need to be very careful. This is not a time to play games. Protect yourself and contact the local authorities.
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yes its been over for about ayear now thank God. but hes told me he will never let it go. Thank you, XXXXX XXXXX a report, but after lat night i believe nothing short of a restraining order and even that might not keep him at bay. Hes a piolet for delta, if i put a restraining order on him, and delta finds out, he loses his job he may have nothing left to hold him from following through with his threats.
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