Wife and mistresses take revenge on cheating man in Krazy Glue genitals assault

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    icon_eek.gif Those 4 women are crazyicon_lol.gificon_twisted.gificon_twisted.gif..


    WAUSAU, Wis. - A married man who planned to rendezvous with one of his handful of lovers at an eastern Wisconsin motel instead found himself bound, blindfolded and assaulted by a group of women out for revenge, according to court documents.

    Four women, including his wife, eventually showed up to humiliate the man, who ended up with his penis glued to his stomach in a bizarre plot to punish him for a lover's quadrangle gone bad, according to the documents filed in Calumet County

    Read more: http://www.nydailynews.com/news/us_world/2009/08/04/2009-08-04_wife_takes_revenge_on_cheating_husband_teams_up_with_his_lovers_for_ambush_.html#ixzz0NGapeeLs
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    Aug 05, 2009 1:15 AM GMT
    http://www.nydailynews.com/news/us_world/2009/08/04/2009-08-04_wife_takes_revenge_on_cheating_husband_teams_up_with_his_lovers_for_ambush_.html#ixzz0NGapeeLs

    okay this ones just downright funny and he deserved it..

    The glue (crazy glue) will come off eventually as the skin is shed and replaced icon_smile.gif
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    Aug 05, 2009 2:05 AM GMT
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    Aug 05, 2009 5:43 AM GMT
    If this isn't RJ "Forum Post of the Week" there is something wrong with this world. icon_biggrin.gif
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    Aug 05, 2009 10:15 AM GMT
    I vote 'He deserved it'. icon_biggrin.gif
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    Aug 05, 2009 4:01 PM GMT
    Sedative saidI vote 'He deserved it'. icon_biggrin.gif


    Yeah, tied, beaten, threatened by multiple people and thinking the last moments of your life may be spent with your genitals glued down. Surely everyone deserves to be tortured and highly embarrassed.

    And apparently this happened less than an hour away from where I live.... I had no idea I was ~20 minutes from Lake Winnebago.
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    Aug 05, 2009 4:06 PM GMT
    I've heard stories like that before.... wait till you hear what happens to the guy after all is said and done!
  • danisnotstr8

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    Aug 05, 2009 4:36 PM GMT
    Awesome post, Rodmramer. I am laughing, too... what a mess.

    Here's my favorite part of the article:

    NY Daily News Ziemann told investigators she met the man online through Craigslist, fell in love and paid for his use of a room at the motel for the past two months.

    She said she gave him about $3,000.


    Craigslist? Of course. Where else can you find true love like this?
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    Aug 05, 2009 4:46 PM GMT
    Marshi said

    Yeah, tied, beaten, threatened by multiple people and thinking the last moments of your life may be spent with your genitals glued down. Surely everyone deserves to be tortured and highly embarrassed.

    And apparently this happened less than an hour away from where I live.... I had no idea I was ~20 minutes from Lake Winnebago.


    Because being milked for money by a married man dating multiple women at once is of course, perfectly acceptable? When he reduced these women to these wrecks who would premeditate this kind of revenge?

    Psychological damage is just as harmful as physical ones. Unfortunately no one considers that, and all people just focus on is that these women actually hurt the man, no matter if the man actually hurt them first, or that their wounds might be far deeper than having your genitals krazy glued to your belly. The women are now facing 6 years imprisonment time if proven guilty. Justice?
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    Aug 05, 2009 4:54 PM GMT
    Cool, I hope he presses charges.
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    Aug 05, 2009 4:58 PM GMT
    Me too. He has a strong case. Those bitches violated the sanctity of marriage.
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    Aug 05, 2009 5:20 PM GMT
    Sedative said
    Marshi said

    Yeah, tied, beaten, threatened by multiple people and thinking the last moments of your life may be spent with your genitals glued down. Surely everyone deserves to be tortured and highly embarrassed.

    And apparently this happened less than an hour away from where I live.... I had no idea I was ~20 minutes from Lake Winnebago.


    Because being milked for money by a married man dating multiple women at once is of course, perfectly acceptable? When he reduced these women to these wrecks who would premeditate this kind of revenge?

    Psychological damage is just as harmful as physical ones. Unfortunately no one considers that, and all people just focus on is that these women actually hurt the man, no matter if the man actually hurt them first, or that their wounds might be far deeper than having your genitals krazy glued to your belly. The women are now facing 6 years imprisonment time if proven guilty. Justice?


    Wow, that is a bit of a nonsequiter. Marshi didn't say what the man did was acceptable. Nor did he say that the women weren't hurt by they guy. He simply questioned the course of action that they took. I am not sure how you took that and made it into him defending the guy.
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    Aug 05, 2009 5:28 PM GMT
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    Wow, that is a bit of a nonsequiter. Marshi didn't say what the man did was acceptable. Nor did he say that the women weren't hurt by they guy. He simply questioned the course of action that they took. I am not sure how you took that and made it into him defending the guy.


    "Yeah, tied, beaten, threatened by multiple people and thinking the last moments of your life may be spent with your genitals glued down. Surely everyone deserves to be tortured and highly embarrassed." < sarcasm, m'sieur.

    "Because being milked for money by a married man dating multiple women at once is of course, perfectly acceptable?" < sarcasm as well.

    And yes, I didn't take it as him defending the guy. I simply replied to sarcasm with sarcasm.

    As well as illustrated the context by which it happened. What drove the women to do it and why I think he had it coming. Sometimes we focus on the punishment and think it the crime.
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    Aug 05, 2009 5:39 PM GMT
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    "Yeah, tied, beaten, threatened by multiple people and thinking the last moments of your life may be spent with your genitals glued down. Surely everyone deserves to be tortured and highly embarrassed." < sarcasm, m'sieur.

    "Because being milked for money by a married man dating multiple women at once is of course, perfectly acceptable?" < sarcasm as well.

    And yes, I didn't take it as him defending the guy. I simply replied to sarcasm with sarcasm.

    As well as illustrated the context by which it happened. What drove the women to do it and why I think he had it coming. Sometimes we focus on the punishment and think it the crime.


    Yes, you used sarcasm to make your point. That was clear. But your point implied that what happened to the women was being ignored.

    Personally I am I find un-settling how many people support vigilantism. In short, you think holding someone against their will, beating them and leading them to think you are going to kill them is not acceptable but deserved. You should have worked for the Bush Administration they were big fans of this kind of thing.

    Update: I left out theft. My mistake.


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    Aug 05, 2009 5:42 PM GMT
    He had better press charges.
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    Aug 05, 2009 5:46 PM GMT
    Hm. How could they have gotten justice then? Did the man break laws? His wife had the money, not him. Divorce, a few angry words, and then nothing. No closure for the original crime. And no, they did not kill him. Let's not play the 'what if' game.

    You are guilty of doing a non sequitur now as well, as Marshi originally did (although I understood his as sarcasm, not an actual accusation). Just because I think that in this particular case it was deserved does not mean I think it applies to everything. I'm of the 'by context' school of thought. I do not believe in absolutes. And yes, that's the primary failing of the law. There are no gray areas.

    Update: Re: Theft, the man siphoned money off the women. Which can not be considered theft under law since it was freely given. There would be virtually no way for them to get it back.

    Wife and mistresses take revenge on cheating man in Krazy Glue genitals assaultZiemann told investigators she met the man online through Craigslist, fell in love and paid for his use of a room at the motel for the past two months.

    She said she gave him about $3,000.

    Then last Wednesday, she learned from the man's wife that he was married, had other girlfriends and was "using them for money." She expected the money to be repaid, according to the documents.
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    Sedative saidHm. How could they have gotten justice then? Did the man break laws? His wife had the money, not him. Divorce, a few angry words, and then nothing. No closure for the original crime. And no, they did not kill him. Let's not play the 'what if' game.

    You are guilty of doing a non sequitur now as well, as Marshi originally did (although I understood his as sarcasm, not an actual accusation). Just because I think that in this particular case it was deserved does not mean I think it applies to everything. I'm of the 'by context' school of thought. I do not believe in absolutes. And yes, that's the primary failing of the law. There are no gray areas.

    Update: Re: Theft, the man siphoned money off the women. Which can not be considered theft under law since it was freely given. There would be virtually no way for them to get it back.


    First off, I didn't claim they killed him. I said they lead him to believe they were going to kill him. I didn't play any 'what ifs'. So I am not sure where any of that is coming from other than thin air.

    Secondly, depending on the context of what he told them to get money they do have legal recourse. With respect to how the wife was wronged she can divorce him. Pretty simple. But what they did was not about justice it was about revenge.

    I understand that you are a context person, you have said that. It doesn't change that you find these acts acceptable. You may not find the acceptable in every case where one person is wronged but you do in fact find holding people against there will, leading them to believe they are going to die and beating them as acceptable things for one human to do to another. I am not trying to change your mind, we simply disagree on the subject if they should be done.

    The theft I was speaking of was with the women stealing his car and wallet. Not the money he conned from them.

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    Aug 05, 2009 6:38 PM GMT
    I'd hardly call divorce 'justice' in this case. Psychological damage has little to no importance in law. What sort of lesson would it be if a man who uses women for money simply walks off free to do it again on other women?

    The guy was a first class asshole. I have little sympathy for people who manipulate people like that, especially those operating just beyond legal prosecution. The fact that he can't be punished tit for tat for what he did in legal terms means society itself condones his acts. They live to repeat this subtle imposition of their power over other people, arrogant with the fact that nothing they do will ever stick to them in legal circles.

    It's like the bully who verbally tortures the gay kid in school for years and sues for assault when the kid finally breaks and shoves his face into the toilet bowl. The priest who preaches hell and doomsday on homosexuals and washes his hands off the guilt when the gay child of one of his congregation commits suicide. The cruel husband who sneers as his long-suffering wife struggles to maintain composure as he insults her in front of his buddies purely for the fun of watching her squirm.

    Intangible crime, but wrong nonetheless.

    And of course it was theft. I never disputed that.

    But given the background fact that the guy himself conned money from them in the first place, you begin to see that the theft of the women wasn't ungrounded as well. They had their reasons why they took his wallet and his car. It wasn't simply out of pure pettiness. They wanted to get their money back. Hence why I place importance on context. Law would simply see it as theft. Black and white.

    Anyway, arguing about it is moot and I'd rather not let this devolve into flame war. I wonder why I got picked out when a lot of the other guys expressed the same sentiment. The women face jailtime now. That should be enough to assuage your sense of 'justice'.
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    Aug 05, 2009 6:39 PM GMT
    .... and the plot thickens....

    "'Super-glue' victim of angry lovers arrested in Fond du Lac"
    FOND DU LAC — The eastern Wisconsin man who was the victim in a bizarre plot to punish him for disloyalty in a lover’s quadrangle is in jail.

    Fond du Lac Police Capt. Steven Klein said Wednesday the 36-year-old man was arrested Tuesday on allegations of child abuse, theft, unlawful phone use and harassment with a death threat in a domestic abuse investigation.
    -Green Bay Press Gazette
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    Fond du Lac Police Capt. Steven Klein said Wednesday the 36-year-old man was arrested Tuesday on allegations of child abuse, theft, unlawful phone use and harassment with a death threat in a domestic abuse investigation.
    -Green Bay Press Gazette


    See what I mean?

    These kind of people are virtually pampered by society.
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    Sedative saidI'd hardly call divorce 'justice' in this case. Psychological damage has little to no importance in law. What sort of lesson would it be if a man who uses women for money simply walks off free to do it again on other women?


    Divorce is normally considered well suited for someone who cheats on their partner. That is all we know that he did to his wife. Do you mean anyone who commits infidelity should get the same treatment. Secondly, as I stated before, depending on the context they women who gave him money likely had legal recourse to try to get it back.

    Sedative saidThe guy was a first class asshole. I have little sympathy for people who manipulate people like that, especially those operating just beyond legal prosecution. The fact that he can't be punished tit for tat for what he did in legal terms means society itself condones his acts. They live to repeat this subtle imposition of their power over other people, arrogant with the fact that nothing they do will ever stick to them in legal circles.


    Again, legal recourse was an option.


    Sedative saidIt's like the bully who verbally tortures the gay kid in school for years and sues for assault when the kid finally breaks and shoves his face into the toilet bowl. The priest who preaches hell and doomsday on homosexuals and washes his hands off the guilt when the gay child of one of his congregation commits suicide. The cruel husband who sneers as his long-suffering wife struggles to maintain composure as he insults her in front of his buddies purely for the fun of watching her squirm.


    In none of these areas do I accept violence as the solution. I understand that we disagree on this and I am not trying to argue that you stop your endorsement of violence as a solution.

    Sedative saidIntangible crime, but wrong nonetheless.


    Yes, but we don't disagree on this. We disagree on how adults should handle the situation.


    Sedative saidBut given the background fact that the guy himself conned money from them in the first place, you begin to see that the theft of the women wasn't ungrounded as well. They had their reasons why they took his wallet and his car. It wasn't simply out of pure pettiness. They wanted to get their money back. Hence why I place importance on context. Law would simply see it as theft. Black and white.


    You are assuming motive for the theft of the care and wallet. You don't know the reason behind this and neither do I. I find it odd that his wife would take part in the theft of his wallet for money he did not steal from her.
    I assumed they took them as a way to delay his catching up with them. But again neither of us know. I thought you didn't want to play "what if".

    Sedative saidAnyway, arguing about it is moot and I'd rather not let this devolve into flame war. I wonder why I got picked out when a lot of the other guys expressed the same sentiment. The women face jailtime now. That should be enough to assuage your sense of 'justice'.


    I did say that I was disturbed by the number of people that find this acceptable. As for why I pulled yours as the one to respond to. That is easy. We started off talking about your response to Marshi and as this online conversations do it morphed into an other conversation. I wasn't picking on you. I wouldn't describe this as a flame war, I think we have both been fairly civil and clearly our disagreement is simply over the use of violence. I don't take as a personal affront that you disagree with me on the subject. I do think claiming you don't want a flame war are following up with the snide comment about my sense of justice complete with quotes as some kind of parting shot is a bit disingenuous. But as a response I will say that yes, I think them answering for what they did is the right thing to happen and I wish they had pursued the legal means available to them rather than resorting to violence. Doing so would have avoided the entire mess.
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    roustabout said
    Fond du Lac Police Capt. Steven Klein said Wednesday the 36-year-old man was arrested Tuesday on allegations of child abuse, theft, unlawful phone use and harassment with a death threat in a domestic abuse investigation.
    -Green Bay Press Gazette


    See what I mean?

    These kind of people are virtually pampered by society.


    Getting arrested is pampering?