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11 hours ago, SOTIRIOS said:

.....from experience...

 

..you are slandered...stereotyped.....the wife brings in 'witnesses'....

 

...and even your own lawyer seems 'bought'.....cooperating with the wife to get her at least 95% of joint assets.....

 

 

...anyone that doesn't like to here this firsthand truth can go [email protected]#$%^& himself.....

 

 

...time for the foreign governments to speak up.....

 

...not only the husband suffers...the children suffer...

 

....and all the people that depended on the husband...such as family back home.....when he was a viable entity.....

 

....unjust=criminal.......

 

...something has to be done....

 

 

 

 

I agree 100% and also coming from experience. 

 

It is not that most people don't want to listen or hear this. They mostly act like your lawyer and defend these woman. That it is your fault for choosing a younger woman, or choosing the wrong women, and never mind what they did. 

 

I like the Polish Divorce the best. You are still expected to share things 50/50 but in Poland this is exactly what you do. You live in the same house together and you have your own room and share the kitchen and bathroom. No child support as you are still living at home and still paying for things like before. Next to impossible to get a divorce approved by the church or a Polish Catholic Priest. 

 

Guess What? For many years Poland had by far the lowest Divorce Rate in the West and East. It has only changed some since Polish Men went West for jobs, found a new girlfriend, and then decided not to come back. But even now the Divorce Rate in Poland is very low. 

 

If you agree to get married it should be for life. If you want to leave then good-by and good luck. But then be prepared to look after yourself to. If you can't do that with the kid, then leave the kid behind. He will be well taken care of. That is my take on things.  

 

  

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11 hours ago, BigFun said:

Goldbuggy, are you wearing your wife beater as you type :post-4641-1156694572:

Did the elderly Japanese gentleman mistake his wife for the judge? :shock1:

I never hit a woman in my life. I also don't agree to settle this, or anything else, by shooting them. An X-wife or Judge.

 

I am just saying it is time that Divorce Cases are given a serious look again from both points of view, and not just the woman's. Who says Women make better parents and raising their child then Men do? Where is that written in stone, besides in the Divorce Courts?  

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14 hours ago, SOTIRIOS said:

...''happen more around the world'......hogwash....

 

...it happens here in epidemic proportions...yet most victims...the hapless foreign husbands suffer silently....

 

...this is not justice...it is injustice....

 

...and it's time for the foreign governments to speak up.....

 

...the husbands and the children are the victims.....

 

...of greedy calculating 'wives' that never were wives or mothers....just calculating blood suckers....

 

 

 

 

What rubbish, nobody held a gun to these saps head when they followed orders from the brain in the lower regions.

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17 hours ago, catman20 said:

im surprised this sort of thing dose not happen more all over the world.

 

Catman...many are in agreement with your statement. I think you are "just early" in your assessment.

In a way, it has already occurred in USA and other falang countries. The legal system so favors fem nazis and financial servitude that guys are avoiding the whole nonsense of marriage altogether. Now American women eat themselves to bliss. Then wonder aloud why their menfolk head to SE Asia. 

 

In New York City area, marriages are called "M & A"---mergers and acquisitions.

 

D'oh!

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17 hours ago, lvr181 said:

Wow! The Japanese man was a quick learner of Thai ways of solving "problems". :sad:

Actually "No"  he only wounded her, the police found several guns with him, he should have kept shooting............just saying, in for a penny, in for a pound

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18 hours ago, flyingdoc said:

Goldbuggy, I sympathise with what you have written, and have encountered exactly the same situation as you have described - to the letter!

It was not in Thailand, it was in Kent in England !

Both times for me were also not in Thailand. Anyone here who only thinks this happens in Thailand knows nothing of their Divorce Laws and how the Courts actually work. 

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17 hours ago, slippery snake said:

Yeah,, marriage is one big risk these days anywhere in the world,, unless your happy to lose most of whatever you have.... 

Who said anything about Marriage?

 

In Canada you only have to live with a woman for a year now, in a loving relationship, to get dinged. The only people who were safe from this was Gay People, but now with Gay Marriages being legal that gets thrown out the window to. 

 

Your fine if you want to live like a Hermit and in some Log Cabin in the Mountains with your Dogs. But being with any woman (or man) in a serious relationship is risky these days. 

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17 hours ago, robblok said:

Strange that you guys lost it all.. where i come from wives get 50% of the joint property and a monthly allowance. Quite fair too they gave up all to stay home take care of the house your needs and kids and could not make money themselves. Then when it goes south she has to leave with nothing because you made the money.... forgetting what she did all the time for you and kids and could not have her own carrier because of it.

 

That monthly allowance is gone when she starts working (only topped up a bit). I have even seen cases where wives had to pay for their husbands. But these wives had a career made more money then their husbands. So it works two ways. You know what your getting into when you marry.. law has not changed in ages and you moan and bitch about it. 

 

Tough luck id say. First time around i was smart enough to have a pre nup.. kept my house out of it, and because of the short marriage only a short time for monthly allowance... all fair IMHO.. sure it sucks when she chooses an other guy.. but she is not property unlike what some of you might think. 

I never heard of a wife walking away with your kids with nothing and you keeping the house and not having to make child support payments, with a "pre nup" or not.

 

I also never saw a guy write in defense of the woman and claim giving her 50% for staying home was fair, then turn around and tell everyone how he basically gave his x-wife nothing. 

 

If you are of means and have many assets, then a pre nup is probably a good way to protect what you bring into a marriage. Which should be protected anyway and in most other places. A pre nup is not written in stone or binding in any court of law. Even if it is fair, it is up to the courts to decide. A pre nup is only a written contract but so is a marriage contract, which between husband and wife supersedes any other contract you may have with her. 

 

Some women walk away from a marriage asking nothing in return to. Although rare!  

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6 hours ago, Gracas said:

Perhaps a Samurai Sword may have been a better choice of weapon for Morita, he was lacking skill with the Handgun.

Yep! He could have also used it on himself later, instead of spending the next 50 years in prison (at age 61), and killed two birds with one stone, so to speak. 

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11) You will not post slurs, degrading or overly negative comments directed towards Thailand, specific locations, Thai institutions such as the judicial or law enforcement system, Thai culture, Thai people or any other group on the basis of race, nationality, religion, gender or sexual orientation.
 

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On 10/21/2016 at 9:18 AM, SOTIRIOS said:

...''happen more around the world'......hogwash....

 

...it happens here in epidemic proportions...yet most victims...the hapless foreign husbands suffer silently....

 

...this is not justice...it is injustice....

 

...and it's time for the foreign governments to speak up.....

 

...the husbands and the children are the victims.....

 

...of greedy calculating 'wives' that never were wives or mothers....just calculating blood suckers....

 

 

 

 

 

People who get married in Thailand know the risks and willing enter into it.  Then claim injustice when things end horribly (financially--lose everything & emotionally --no custody of the kids).

 

DON'T GET MARRIED IN THE FIRST PLACE!

 

 

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I sympathize with the guy. I am about to enter year 8 of trying to get a divorce (five years required before being able to apply and now year three with lawyers). I have a wife (not Thai) who never worked in her life and wants to keep everything. And I do mean everything. Leaving me with zero!

 

Expensive flights back and forth to the UK for a one hour session in a family court where nothing is achieved is a joke. I agree with the vast majority of comments listed here. There is a definite bias these days. But ho hum... I'm happy! (but would be happier with settlement).

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