In retrospect, it seems my wife’s agenda was to extract money from me through her various lies and scams, with promises to repay that never materialized. I was a bit too idealistic and certainly naive, and for that I can be blamed. But shamelessly exploiting the kindness and generosity and good faith of another person is simply inexcusable. As I have written, I know that she will attempt to portray me as leaving her with various debts. Simply untrue. Why would someone who had demonstrated unfailing generosity leave someone he loved in debt? In my case, I can support my claims with hard evidence. In her case, her false claims will come with no evidence because it didn’t happen the way she seems to think it did.
I could spend hours scanning reams of documents, but I don’t have the time for such silly things, and I doubt my readers are interested. However, I’ve taken the time to scan a random few documents to prove my point:
Addendum: Add it up — that’s $680 sent in one month’s time, and Paula and i weren’t even living together, and I was still laboring under the lie of her saying she owned her home when she did not, and more than 1/2 of my monthly disability income!