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By anonymous / Thursday 10 November 2016 14:29 / United States - Lewistown
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By  dblogic  |  19

I'd be tempted to testify truthfully and let them throw her in the slammer...or slap with a huge fine...or whatever penalty she's up against. Your husband shouldn't be blackmailing you with your own marriage. WOW.

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By  dblogic  |  19

I'd be tempted to testify truthfully and let them throw her in the slammer...or slap with a huge fine...or whatever penalty she's up against. Your husband shouldn't be blackmailing you with your own marriage. WOW.

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  PenguinsLaugh  |  24

Tempted? I don't know how you could be considering lying under oath. Sounds like your MiL is a piece of work, anyways. Tell the truth and work it out with your husband after.

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  dblogic  |  19

Yes, folks, I said tempted. One of the funny things about language is that many words in English can have several expressions. The standard meaning of tempted would be: "entice or attempt to entice (someone) to do or acquire something that they find attractive but know to be wrong or not beneficial". Another meaning is: "have an urge or inclination to do something". So please, relax people. If it makes you feel better: I'd be inclined to or have the urge to testify truthfully & throw the bitch in the slammer.

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  peckerbeak22  |  14

Too many negative votes, comment buried. Show the comment

By  chirstinap325  |  21

Might of missed something, but if you don't lie you get divorced (win if ya ask me) and she goes to the slammer, if you do lie then you don't get divorced and she's potentially free, so sounds like either way it's a win-lose situation to her.. Either she's free and you're her daughter and law or she's in jail and you aren't. Idk lol

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Her daughter in law in prison. I'm sure such a great husband(sarcasm) would really wait for her while she's rotting in prison for a few years. She'll lose something either way, better it be that douche

By  Ifuckedthefeartu  |  30

Don't lie under oath, you'll defiantly go to prison, if you're husband would rather see you go to prison, then YOU need to divorce him op. He obviously doesn't care about you enough.

By  socialproduct  |  18

I always thought you couldn't be required to testify against your family for this exact reason. You're forced to choose between betraying your relatives or committing perjury. Maybe that doesn't extend to in-laws?

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  mariri9206  |  32

It's Spousal Privilege, not Familial Privilege. :)

By  janfleury  |  19

Any time in a marriage that type of ultimation is delivered is a bad thing. Talk to him without mother-in-law around and see if that is his real stand. Ask him if he would really want you to lie under oath and possibly get in trouble for purjury. If his answer is yes then you have some thinking to do. Do you lie (comprising your morals, possibly getting into serious trouble and giving into blackmail) or do you tell the truth and loose your marriage. I personally think that a good husband/marriage would not of placed you in that position to start with. My husband would never ask me to do something like that.

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