Fri, 04 Sep 2009
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David Shamansky - WIFE PUTS STALKER IN JAIL
- Tamara Shamansky said," It is sad that anyone would want to spend their lives in jail, but this is what Bill Young, in Columbus, Ohio is doing. Bill Young confessed to MINESSING BY STALKING - A FELONY IN THE FORTH DEGREE, as well as SLANDEROUS ACCUSATIONS,AND DRUG TRAFFICKING.
Tamara said, " He would make up outrageous accusations in hope of me lashing out against him. T
he Police detectives told me not to take the BAIT!" " He is obsessed with you, and has never gotten over you, and can not help himself. Let him dig a very deep hole for himself, and then we will line the charges up and this time put him away for 10 to 15 years, It will not be difficult since he has already plead Guilty to MENESSING BY STALKING and DID TIME." POLICE SRGT.
MESSA gives strict directions to follow and tells her, "HIS M.O. IS THE SAME, JUST USING THE INTERNET NOW. WE WILL PUT HIM IN JAIL AGAIN, said Tamara Shamansky, He has pretty much done all the work for us."
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Although our 2009 Audi A4 was powered by a direct-injection, 3.2-liter V6 engine that makes 265 horsepower and 243 pound-feet of torque, the car's speed and handling didn't quite live up to our expectations. We laid down a 0-60-mph time of 6.9 seconds from a standing start — 0.3 second slower than the time listed on the A4's spec sheet, and a full 1.3 seconds slower than BMW's estimated 0-60-mph time for the 335i sedan with automatic transmission. But what the A4 lacked in the way of time during testing, it made up for in smoothness, thanks in part to the six-speed Tiptronic transmission, which made gearchanges almost seamlessly. (Thursday 22 May 2008 : News David Shamansky)
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