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PLEASE, NO MORE LADY DI! DRUNKEN LIAR!
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Anyone else find marriages that end quickly in their local paper?

Long Island Newsday 11/22/07
Police: Man, 84, beats wife with frying pan

BY BILL BLEYER 6:14 PM EST, November 22, 2007

An 82-year-old North Massapequa man was arrested Thanksgiving morning after he struck his wife with a frying pan and then stabbed her, Nassau police said.

Oscar Campbell was charged with attempted murder and first-degree assault after he hit his wife, Alma, 84, with a frying pan and stabbed her in the stomach and head inside their home on North Virginia Avenue.

Alma Campbell was able to run to the house of a neighbor who called police. Officers arrested Campbell in his house, police said.

Alma Campbell was admitted to Nassau University Medical Center. Her condition was not released. Mr. Campbell was also transported to the medical center and admitted for evaluation.
 

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BY CHRISTINE ARMARIO 6:24 PM EST, November 22, 2007

On his wedding day three months ago, Michael Forbes made a special announcement to his guests: He and his new wife would be moving into a beautiful home in Merrick.

"Everyone thought it was nice, was happy for him," his uncle, Cecil Dudley, said Thursday.

No one realized how horribly wrong things on Frankel Boulevard would turn.

On Wednesday morning, Kelly Forbes grabbed a long, orange, heavy-duty electrical cord, put it around her husband's neck and strangled him, Nassau police said Thursday. Forbes, 29, called 911 on a cell phone from the house. When paramedics and police arrived, they found Michael Forbes, 50, on the floor in a room next to the master suite. He was unresponsive and died about an hour later at 10 a.m., at Nassau University Medical Center in East Meadow.
 

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#4
Forbes must've been on drugs - his wife is one of the fugliest bitches I have ever seen!
 
#7
She looks like she should be made of stone, 20 feet high, and sitting on a south Pacific island.
 
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