Successful Man With Dark Secret

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Registered: 07-15-2010
Successful Man With Dark Secret
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Fri, 07-16-2010 - 6:10pm

What would you do if knew someone who got away with murder and became successful as a result of it. I knew a guy who murdered his trusting loving live-in girlfriend, but her death was an undetermined asphyxiation. He was a med student. She was 26 and healthy. He was a pervert who flirted lewdly behind her back. He kept trying to get me into bed for one thing. I was interested in someone else, which he did his best to sabotage.

He had been kicked out of his Ivy League med school for lack of funds. After his gf's death, he used the life insurance he had on her to go back to med school and get a prestigious degree.

Most people knew he had done it, but they couldn't prove it for some reason. I knew, for one thing, because of the frightening, threatening way he looked at me after it happened, because he could see I knew.

He disappeared for a long time, but now has a prestigious position. Would most people just let it go?

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Registered: 02-04-2010
Sat, 07-17-2010 - 5:08am

THis sounds really creepy but my view in life is what comes around goes around. Im surpised the girlfriends parents or family didnt persue him with the police. In fact Im surprised that the police didnt follow up. THis sounds like one of those Criminal shows.


Personally, I would avoid someone like that like the plague - Never get advice from him even if you have a termnal condition, rather find a different specialist.


What an awful situation to be in. People like that make me sick, that they can manipulate others and get away with it. But like I said, something will happen to him when he least expects it as higher powers always seem to step in.


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Registered: 06-26-2006
Mon, 07-19-2010 - 8:39am
Wow. That is scary. I would avoid him like the plague too. I'm wondering why her family didn't persue this further, knowing the girl is young and healthy. Perhaps they did persue this and got no where. Karma will come back to bite him sooner or later. Either the truth will come out (to the point of him being prosecuted) or he will just have no peace.

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Mon, 07-19-2010 - 11:26am

If you want the case re-opened, you have to have some kind of evidence.


I tried many times to get a case re-opened to prove murder.

 

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Registered: 04-21-2008
Mon, 07-19-2010 - 1:22pm

Yikes. I would hope you'd stay far, far away from this man. However, I don't see how the way he looked at you as enough proof that he's guilty. I would think in your position there's not much you can do (other than protect yourself).

Are you in contact with the victim's family? Or maybe you could speak to a lawyer to get a better idea of the investigative process?

I'm a strong believer than everyone pays for their actions, whether it be right away or much later on. I hope you'll keep us updated.

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Mon, 07-19-2010 - 7:22pm

Actually, I'm not that naive. It was many more things than one look. He got life insurance on her and used it to go back to a prestigious med school. She died right after he got kicked out for lack of funds. He was wacko and told me he heard voices. He came home one day and found her dead, supposedly. Unknown cause. I knew him, he had no scruples, he was a sociopath (at least). Her family, who were connected with law professions, were convinced he was guilty. Many people thought he was. I also have great intuition.

Sure there could be some freak chance that this was a fluke freak accident with many coincidental circumstances. But if it quacks like a duck...

It happened years ago. But he was always commenting lewdly about our body parts (me and the other women in our group), and now he examines unsuspecting 20 year old girls.

I wasn't planning on telling his employers, but it bothers me to see evil doers profit from their deeds. The American Dream, oh boy. And this sweet, charming, trusting girl lost her life. I don't want to believe that evil triumphs and the good finish last (or not at all...).

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Mon, 07-19-2010 - 7:59pm

Well I would say that if her family couldn't prove anything then the chances of you being able to do something about it are low to non-existent. I'd stay far far away from him.

The thing about sociopaths is they often are good at manipulating people and convincing them that he/she is a good straight-arrow sort of guy. It would be an difficult battle for anyone to get this guy to be seen for what he is. I find it scary that people like that can even exist.

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Registered: 04-21-2008
Tue, 07-20-2010 - 8:14am

I'm sorry for the loss of your friend.

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Fri, 07-30-2010 - 8:46am

Dark secret! Sure it is.


But unofrtunately, guys like that get their way. Life is not fair, it must be, but in fact it isn´t, and that´s a shame.