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Still, no harm would have been done if love letters were all that was ever going to happen. Sandy's hubby, a sad and moronic creature to be sure, had somehow, despite his pervasive alcoholic haze, gathered enough wits about him to take legal action to recover his children.
But things took a more serious turn when the feller was let out. After a bit of a to and fro, the courts decided that Sandy must return the children to their rightful home as her place was judged to be an unsafe and unstable environment.
And why was this man so reasonable, I hear you ask? We could take a guess and speculate why this wronged man chose to be so uncharacteristically level-headed after what Sandy had put him through, but it would do us no good. Maybe he was planning an elaborate and horrible revenge. But I prefer to give him the benefit of the doubt, and give credit where credit's due.
Sandy's hubby chose to end the feud simply because he had the kids' best interests in mind.
But after she plunged into debt taking out credit cards, bank loans, pay day loans and letting him use her bank account in a bid to release £4million in gold from Ghana that he promised her, the 65-year-old found not only had she been conned and financially ruined, she also faced a conviction for money laundering.Having given this a lot of thought (for reasons we need not go into), the following might shed some light on why a woman might want to date a prisoner (though it doesn't explain why she goes through with it).Some girls feel that being in a relationship makes you complete.In hindsight, it would have been the best thing for everyone involved.However, Sandy chose a different path to resolve this unhappy union. On the quiet, Sandy began corresponding with an inmate, an armed robber with a 10 year sentence.