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    Re: Wife of ex-Minneapolis cop Derek Chauvin reportedly filing for divorce

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    I think it is defining her husband's financial position.
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    Re: Wife of ex-Minneapolis cop Derek Chauvin reportedly filing for divorce

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    I'm trying to split that hair. A court has not awarded it to either at this point. If the divorce is legitimate I think she is entitled to some of it. I don't think she should be made destitute because of his actions. Who knows if they own a home, and whose name it's in? Personally I think the city should be paying the victim's family along with the cop.
    A court isn't going to hold her responsible for a civil judgement against him. Her property going into the marriage, gifts during the marriage, and her portion of the community property is hers. There would also be protected assets - home, principle transportation, etc. A civil judgement would still get into a division of assets.

    If anything, this simplifies things for the inevitable civil lawsuit, by isolating his assets. And he won't be able to shift everything to her either - soon there will be that civil lawsuit, and the plaintiffs will file a motion with the court, and the judge will ensure a fair division of assets.

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    Re: Wife of ex-Minneapolis cop Derek Chauvin reportedly filing for divorce

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    It's not about women being weak. Men don't leave abusive cops either. They'll get you.
    Interesting. Sources?

    Then we can explore it further.





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    Re: Wife of ex-Minneapolis cop Derek Chauvin reportedly filing for divorce

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    Interesting. Sources?

    Then we can explore it further.
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    Re: Wife of ex-Minneapolis cop Derek Chauvin reportedly filing for divorce

    They all have to leave, period. We know the reasons...that doesnt change the fact that the ONLY solution is to leave.

    And most people (generally women) do. The ones that dont...men or women...fail. It's on them...and if they have kids, they fail them too. We all know it's not 'easy.' Many necessary things in life arent easy. And much like addiction...you cant 'make' someone leave until they are ready which sadly, tends to be rock bottom.

    Saying it's 'hard' doesnt make it wrong or even excusable.



    This is the barely coherent and grammatically inept speech of a man who desperately wants to be able to claim that he "cured coronavirus."

    That's it, in a nutshell. When we do get a handle on this crisis, he wants to be able to pull out footage and declare "I called it! I said use this! I said try this! I told them to do this, it was my idea!" He's just doing it with lots of stupid stuff because he doesnt want to miss an opportunity. He's afraid 'the big one' will be mentioned and he wont get credit for it.

    It's all about declaring himself the savior of the cv crisis and we'll hear all about it, esp in his campaign. (Which is basically each of his press briefings these days) --- Lursa
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    Re: Wife of ex-Minneapolis cop Derek Chauvin reportedly filing for divorce

    Quote Originally Posted by Lursa View Post
    They all have to leave, period. We know the reasons...that doesnt change the fact that the ONLY solution is to leave.

    And most people (generally women) do. The ones that dont...men or women...fail. It's on them...and if they have kids, they fail them too. We all know it's not 'easy.' Many necessary things in life arent easy. And much like addiction...you cant 'make' someone leave until they are ready which sadly, tends to be rock bottom.

    Saying it's 'hard' doesnt make it wrong or even excusable.
    My point is this part:

    Leaving is often the most dangerous time for a victim of abuse, because abuse is about power and control. When a victim leaves, they are taking control and threatening the abusive partner’s power, which could cause the abusive partner to retaliate in very destructive ways.
    Becomes vastly more dangerous when one's abusive partner is a cop. Their amount power and ability to intimidate and harass is much more. They also have a network of friends with state power and a willingness to do their bidding. Escaping a bad cop is like escaping a gang.
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    Re: Wife of ex-Minneapolis cop Derek Chauvin reportedly filing for divorce

    Quote Originally Posted by ecofarm View Post
    My point is this part:

    Becomes vastly more dangerous when one's abusive partner is a cop. The amount power and ability to intimidate is much more.
    Yes. Very hard. Very dangerous.

    And still the only solution.

    Which many women (and men I guess) still do, with support and courage. The blanket victimization here is wrong.

    The difficulty and danger dont change the reality. And most abused do choose 'reality.' More power to them. More unfortunate, so many do it so late. Or too late.


    This is the barely coherent and grammatically inept speech of a man who desperately wants to be able to claim that he "cured coronavirus."

    That's it, in a nutshell. When we do get a handle on this crisis, he wants to be able to pull out footage and declare "I called it! I said use this! I said try this! I told them to do this, it was my idea!" He's just doing it with lots of stupid stuff because he doesnt want to miss an opportunity. He's afraid 'the big one' will be mentioned and he wont get credit for it.

    It's all about declaring himself the savior of the cv crisis and we'll hear all about it, esp in his campaign. (Which is basically each of his press briefings these days) --- Lursa
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    The comparison of criminal violence to police violence is like comparing lightning to a lightning bug.
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    Social distancing has nothing to do with preventing pandemic casualties.
    Quote Originally Posted by marke View Post
    Why try to prove things when science has never even tried to prove anything?

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    Re: Wife of ex-Minneapolis cop Derek Chauvin reportedly filing for divorce

    Quote Originally Posted by Lursa View Post
    Yes. Very hard. Very dangerous.

    And still the only solution.

    Which many women (and men I guess) still do, with support and courage. The blanket victimization here is wrong.

    The difficulty and danger dont change the reality. And most abused do choose 'reality.' More power to them. More unfortunate, so many do it so late. Or too late.
    Again, my point is that it's worse when it's a cop. Doesn't matter male or female. It's a power thing.

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    Re: Wife of ex-Minneapolis cop Derek Chauvin reportedly filing for divorce

    Quote Originally Posted by ecofarm View Post
    Again, my point is that it's worse when it's a cop. Doesn't matter male or female. It's a power thing.
    Nothing new there.

    It's also very dangerous even when you do leave. Are you going to make an argument that being involved with cops is dangerous?


    Case in point: David Bramer, W. WA cop. Went to exchange kids with divorced wife at a neutral location (mall parking lot). When she drove up with kids in the back seat, he shot her in the head, then himself.

    So...should people just not get into relationships with cops?



    This is the barely coherent and grammatically inept speech of a man who desperately wants to be able to claim that he "cured coronavirus."

    That's it, in a nutshell. When we do get a handle on this crisis, he wants to be able to pull out footage and declare "I called it! I said use this! I said try this! I told them to do this, it was my idea!" He's just doing it with lots of stupid stuff because he doesnt want to miss an opportunity. He's afraid 'the big one' will be mentioned and he wont get credit for it.

    It's all about declaring himself the savior of the cv crisis and we'll hear all about it, esp in his campaign. (Which is basically each of his press briefings these days) --- Lursa
    Quote Originally Posted by Jack Hays View Post
    The comparison of criminal violence to police violence is like comparing lightning to a lightning bug.
    Quote Originally Posted by cabse5 View Post
    Social distancing has nothing to do with preventing pandemic casualties.
    Quote Originally Posted by marke View Post
    Why try to prove things when science has never even tried to prove anything?

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    Re: Wife of ex-Minneapolis cop Derek Chauvin reportedly filing for divorce

    Quote Originally Posted by Lursa View Post
    Nothing new there.

    It's also very dangerous even when you do leave. Are you going to make an argument that being involved with cops is dangerous?


    Case in point: David Bramer, W. WA cop. Went to exchange kids with divorced wife at a neutral location (mall parking lot). When she drove up with kids in the back seat, he shot her in the head, then himself.

    So...should people just not get into relationships with cops?
    I expect one has less of a chance of a cop partner being abusive than the general public. It's just that if a cop goes bad, the power they're entrusted with could be used against their partner. Lots of abusive men shoot their partners, that's unfortunately common. What's less common is having a partner that not only can shoot you but can harass and arrest you. And he has friends that can harass you, pull you over, ask questions, embarrass you in public and such.

    I suppose it's not much different than rich men. They also have more power than the average guy. They can hire people and abuse someone through the court system and otherwise have access to means of emotional torture not available to the average guy. However, I would never recommend against dating rich guys because of that or against dating cops.
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