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Abusive Boyfriend Gets Owned By His Girl On Facebook (7 pics)

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Abusive Boyfriend Gets Owned By His Girl On Facebook (7 pics)



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№1 Author: Nem0 (19 Apr 2016 04:03) Total user comments: 74


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Obviously a lot more going on than can be summed up in one acid cow post but regardless the guy is a real bastard if he did mess her face up like that and he certainly isn't a good person if he's gonna threaten someone with nudes if he doesn't get his way.
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№2 Author: Aindy (19 Apr 2016 10:18) Total user comments: 2863


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On pic #5 she says it wasnt her grandma, but he struck back. Meaning she hit him first. While its not like a gentleman to hit back at a girl, it is legally still allowed if they hit first.
Theres obviously a lot more going on than on facebook. Just 2 more people to avoid.
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№3 Author: Maxid (19 Apr 2016 12:49) Total user comments: 681


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Quote: Aindy
...it is legally still allowed if they hit first.


Not if he's in her house refusing to leave. If a person feels threatened by someone in their house, they have the right to eject him from her house. In some U. S. states, there is what's called the "Castle Doctrine." This recognizes a person's right to kill an intruder if that person believes the life of any non-intruder is in danger, and in some states, if they feel the security of their property is in danger.
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№4 Author: alexacrow (20 Apr 2016 04:00) Total user comments: 1164


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Quote: Maxid
Quote: Aindy
...it is legally still allowed if they hit first.


Not if he's in her house refusing to leave. If a person feels threatened by someone in their house, they have the right to eject him from her house. In some U. S. states, there is what's called the "Castle Doctrine." This recognizes a person's right to kill an intruder if that person believes the life of any non-intruder is in danger, and in some states, if they feel the security of their property is in danger.


that ^
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