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Very,very sad indeed but quite common

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Submitted by Baboon2 (United Kingdom), Oct 10, 2019 at 10:18

Dear Ms.Nikki,
I am very sorry to know what is happening to you though I can't fully feel your trauma.This is very common with girls/women the world over.These retards somehow entrap women and make them helpless.You did nothing wrong or out of naivete.You have been a wonderful mom.
What does your lawyer say?I am pretty sure he will reply that untill your daughter sees the light of the day,she will have to grope in the dark.
As far as your future approach is concerned,I can only suggest this-no more contact with either of them.Hand over his details to your lawyer and if he advises,to the police for the future.I am sure,once you stop providing money or anything this man desires,he is going to be very cruel with her,in which case this advance information might help.If you know any compassionate police officer,you can also talk to him/her.In case you have details about his social security number,passport that will be additionally helpful in case he takes off after commiting something horrible.
Your pretty daughter seems to be completely under his sway and yet hasn't foreseen what can happen.Why is she so weak despite the hardships she is going through that you mentioned?Why girls marrying Muslims are so helplessly in love with them beats me.
As a saying goes,you will have to reject any demand from either,without threatening them with legal action or police help.Don't ever utter a naked threat irrespective of the provocation and your love and concern for your daughter.
Watch the scenario carefully and if the police are helpful enough,they will jump in at the first sign of violence on his part.It's very expensive to pay for a very surreptitious vigil outside their home by the police but that would be ideal.I hate to imagine this but there is a chance he might take her to his native place and then she might bacome still more helpless.
You may disregard my reply or let me know further.
Your problem now is this.The more she is in difficulty,the more you will help her.This makes him bold enough to hurt her so he can extort more from you through her suffering,forcing her to ask for more.I feel she should at least then see reason ,seek your love and help and get in touch with police and get him implicated in a legitimately legal hassle.
God bless you and your daughter.

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