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    Man recalls ex-wife's attempt to hire a hit man in new doc: 'I don't think she has remorse'

    When Terry Thomas’ long and messy divorce from Cynthia Guy was finalized in 2014, he was eager to move on with his life. However, his ex-wife had sinister plans that nearly ended his life.
    The businessman from Wyoming has come forward for the season premiere of Oxygen’s true crime series “Murder for Hire.” The new show, from executive producer Dick Wolf, of “Law & Order” fame, explores the dark world of contract killings, highlighting some of the most shocking murder-for-hire cases ever caught on tape from across the country.
    Thomas told Fox News he was initially hesitant to relive the horrifying incident for the series, but eventually felt his experience could help educate others and make them aware that anyone could have easily been in his shoes.
    “I wanted to let other people know what can happen and how bad things can get really go beyond most people’s wildest dreams — certainly mine," he said.
    But life with Guy wasn’t always terrifying. Thomas first met her through an online dating site in 2004 and the relationship moved quickly. After seven months of dating, the single parents looking for love tied the knot. While Thomas worked as a successful businessman, Guy secured a position at the counseling center, where she treated patients with addiction problems who had been court-mandated to get clean.“It was a roller coaster,” recalled Thomas. “It started out as most marriages do. You’re in love, you don’t think things are ever going to be bad. But I guess fairly quickly, I saw changes. I guess the best way to describe it really is a roller coaster. It went up and down all the time. Unfortunately, there were probably more downs than ups after a while.”
    Thomas claimed that his wife started behaving like “Jekyll and Hyde” and would immediately snap for no apparent reason. The marriage further deteriorated when Thomas found a job nearly three hours away. Guy had no intention of moving with him.
    “The relationship became a shouting match on the phone every night,” said Thomas.
    Looking back, Thomas said Guy gave a warning sign of what was to come.“Before I filed for divorce [two years prior], she made a very odd comment,” he claimed. “She actually said at one point, ‘I’m going to kill you or have you killed.’ Everybody at some point gets angry. A lot of people spurt out ‘I’m going to kill you.’ But 99.9 percent don’t mean it. It’s just something said out of anger that most people in no way intend to follow through.”
    “The way she said it, ‘I’m going to kill you or have you killed,’ struck me a little bit differently,” continued Thomas. “I actually went to a safe house here in Cheyenne and requested at that time an order of protection, but could not get it because they said no judge would issue an order of protection or a restraining order based on words alone. Since she hadn’t done anything, there was nothing anybody can do.”
    In the show, it was revealed that Guy approached one of her patients and asked if she knew someone from the “Mexican mafia” who could arrange Thomas’ murder. Stunned, the patient lied and said she had a cousin who could commit the deed. She then contacted police, prompting a weeklong investigation . . . Even though the FBI helped Thomas go into hiding, he was still frightened. It turned out Guy had contacted more than one person before the patient agreed to help."
    https://www.foxnews.com/entertainment/wyoming-man-recalls-ex-wifes-attempt-to-hire-a-hitman-in-new-doc-i-dont-think-she-has-remorse

    "Murder for Hire" airs April 7 at 7 p.m. on Oxygen.
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    Re: Man recalls ex-wife's attempt to hire a hit man in new doc: 'I don't think she has remorse'

    Quote Originally Posted by CPRA View Post
    Thomas first met her through an online dating site in 2004 and the relationship moved quickly.
    In other words, they started banging their brains out right away, and so the relationship was founded almost exclusively on sex. Classic error.

    You’re in love, you don’t think things are ever going to be bad.
    No, you're in lust, so once that wears off, the dark truth of who the other person really is begins to slowly enter into the picture.

    But I guess fairly quickly, I saw changes.
    You saw movement toward reality.

    I guess the best way to describe it really is a roller coaster. It went up and down all the time. Unfortunately, there were probably more downs than ups after a while.”
    Thomas claimed that his wife started behaving like “Jekyll and Hyde” and would immediately snap for no apparent reason.
    ...as the fake woman and the real woman begin to constantly wrestle inside her.

    Lesson: Don't marry. And for Pete's sake, don't marry a divorced woman.

    Side note: Lots of people are on mood-altering drugs these days. Cheaper than addressing the root causes of personality disorders, not to mention that the drug companies love it. My point is that you have ZERO confidence that the person you're dealing with at any given time is authentic, or a monster held firmly on a leash by some chemical compound taken twice daily.

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    Re: Man recalls ex-wife's attempt to hire a hit man in new doc: 'I don't think she has remorse'

    The guy is lucky he was 3 hours away and not living with her, she probably would have poisoned him

    There is a story of a 25 yr old that has been arrested, accused of killing her Sugar Daddy
    https://www.msn.com/en-us/news/crime...cid=spartanntp

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    Re: Man recalls ex-wife's attempt to hire a hit man in new doc: 'I don't think she has remorse'

    Quote Originally Posted by FrankS View Post
    There is a story of a 25 yr old that has been arrested, accused of killing her Sugar Daddy
    https://www.msn.com/en-us/news/crime...cid=spartanntp
    Shit. Santa's dead. No presents this Christmas, I suspect.

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    Re: Man recalls ex-wife's attempt to hire a hit man in new doc: 'I don't think she has remorse'

    Quote Originally Posted by kru-kut View Post
    Shit. Santa's dead. No presents this Christmas, I suspect.
    I wonder what the Hypergamy equivalent in the AZ womens penal system will be like for her? It will be hard going from $2000 a week to only free cigarettes from a 250 lb woman named Butch?


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