"He washed his hands before opening the door."
Yeah, okay, good thing you don't teach at a medical school. According to you, he BEAT the furniture to "splinters", yet WASHING his hands got rid of it all.
Okay, now I am REALLY trying NOT be a smart ass here, but where do you think the blood on his hands CAME from? Do you think it squeezed out of his PORES? No, it would have been from CUTS on his HANDS, which WOULD NOT wash off. And, trust me, I know this from EXPERIENCE< when you hit something with your fist as solid as WOOD, your hands SWELL UP.
"They also questioned me, doubted me, as they should, to determine who the primary aggressor was. In the end, they all looked at him with anger and put the cuffs on him."
But according to YOUR story, when you got to the bottom of the stairs, they were FIGHTING with him. The where KNEEING HIM IN THE GROIN, wrestling with him, etc. Sorry, police do NOT wresle with a person, then stand there and have a conversation to see what happened. DOES NOT HAPPEN.
"The detective I talked to told me not to go there again, but this was after I'd already spoken to both my dept. chair and the dean about whether or not I should resign. It was they who suggested I resign and call the police."
A DETECTIVE told you the solution to a person stalking you at your job was to QUIT YOUR JOB? If I had never BEEN to Virginia and known better, I would swear the state is population with MORONS.
"I've said it before, you sound like my ex..."
Of course, cause I MUST be an abuser if I don't buy your little melodrama. Maybe that story works with your current batch of friends who don;t KNOW any better, but it ain't flying with someone who has BEEN there and DONE it. It just does not WORK like that.
"If you were my husband, I'd definitely nail you to the wall."
If I was your husband, I would nail MYSELF to the wall...LITERALLY.
Why give a "senior" discount, they have had plenty of time to raise the money...
Edited by gr8Dad (12/18/10 10:18 PM)