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She has everyone in the neighborhood thinking "poor me" bc I left her. They won't talk to me. I can not go within 100 yards of the residence due to the protective order. Although I did get pictures of them togather in the store today, with my camera phone, I can't go by there and take picture, unless I want to go to jail. I did have a neighbor a few houses down inform me thru a mutual friend that he had seen an "odd" vehicle there on several occasion.
I also have a friend that hired an investigator and proved his wife to be cheating on him and she still was granted custody.
The above incident (furniture store) happened at approx. 5:30 this afternoon. Around 7 PM my sister runs into her at a local branch chain electronics store and the man was not with her. Im assuming that them unexpectingly running into me while being togather made her panic and she possibly sent him in another direction for the time being.
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