AnissaBrks - You were very courageous for taking this scam artist to court. You didn't give in to those who want to shame or embarrass you into silence. You did make some questionable choices, but that didn't give any criminals the justification to commit a crime on you. In the same way, if I chose not to lock my door for a year, that unwise decision doesn't give a thief the right to come to my home and walk out with my big screen TV.AnissaBrks wrote:I already have a civil judgement against him. The only problem is that he does not have a job, a bank account, assets, or anything else a normal adult has.
You are both a victim and a witnes to a serious crime. Yes, if you can find more victims/witnesses, you can work with city/county/state/federal prosecutors to build a strong case. One victim/witness may not be enough, but 2 or 3 may be enough for prosecutors to prove his criminal behavioral pattern and bring charges against him. I bet this is what happened in the Hanad Samantar case. Hanad Samantar has been charged and is sought by the police.AnissaBrks wrote: It would be interesting to see if it would be ignored if a group of women went to the police...
Here is another story about the arrest of a serial sweetheart swindler. The case shares a lot of similarities with what had happened to you, to Katherine and what may be happening right now to other women.
FOX 9 picked up this story. Why stop there? Call NBC Dateline, ABC 20/20, CBS 60 Minutes ..., I am sure the network news magazines would love expose a scam like this. Perhaps victims other states will come forward. If so, it will be FBI's job to seek justice.