but none of this is true and he has not even provided any evidence that this is the case; therefore, there is no immediate threat. In fact, what he has provide to the court is an email from a year ago where I wrote him that I will physically harm him after realizing that he used me for immigration purposes, so I was really mad, emotional, sad, embarrassed as it was the time I filed for divorce. We did not see each other for a year, even when I knew where he resided, I never attempted to see him, and our communication has only been limited to emails for the whole year. He is also lying claiming that I just found out where he lives, which is a lie and I can easily refute that lie because 1) he has only provided his PO Box address for me to respond to him with the restraining order case thatI am writing you about, so if I knew where he lived now, then obviously there would be no need for him to put a PO Box address supposedly to hide his whereabouts from me lol (he's dumb!); 2) He got served with out divorce where he lived in a different state and I have typed our judgement form where his address of his friend's house where he was staying is visible! Another reason why he is not thinking thorough about his lies where I can clearly prove that all this time I knew where he lived having send him a few things and having received a divorce form with his signature on it lol. So having filed the temp. rest. order he is only bringing forth an email from me from a year ago at the time of our divorce claiming to be threatened and as if he hasn't been sleeping well at night... dramatizing thing for immigration purposes! Q: how the judge will look at all this when he does not prove that I have said I will kill him, but only bring up a one year old email
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