Heads she wins, tails you lose.

Why this man who barged in on his cheating wife could go to jail for 15 years.

Husband’s wife goes out while he looks after their 5 year old son.

Husband turns on his find my iphone app to find his ipad and notices it directing to an unknown location.

Husband drives to the location and discovers his wife in bed with her boss. He confronts them but does not resort to physical violence.

The end result?

However, despite the fact that Lopez slept with Donis’s wife, prosecutor Nabeela Mcleod asserted that Lopez was a victim — a victim of Donis’s breaking and entering his home and recording him and Donis’s wife without their consent (Donis shared the videos with his wife’s relatives). He now faces a possible maximum sentence of 15 years in prison.

In other words, if you sleep with another man’s wife you are a victim. Moses would be intrigued.

The husband looks to be a minority. Not even team minority can beat team women.

The Anglo-Saxon world is feminised. It is completely unbalanced, and when that happens, sooner or later it breaks. Something’s gotta give.

11 thoughts on “Heads she wins, tails you lose.

  1. Moritz Krämer

    He burgled a house. We can’t allow that kinda shit under any circumstance, cheat or no cheat. This has less to do with gender than with basic property rights

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      1. Moritz Krämer

        If I read the article correctly, the cheating was taking place at the other dudes house, where the husband broke in.

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  2. bob sykes

    If you’re going to jail anyway, you should kill your wife and her lover. Old school Anglo-Saxonism.

    One notes, however, that the Anglo-Saxons of Britain, Canada, Australia and New Zealand are utterly supine and servile. Only American Anglo-Saxons exhibit any traditional virtue. No doubt the American Revolutionary War resulted in some genetic sorting, and the horrific death counts of WW I and WW II must have exterminated a significant percentage of the British Empire’s manliness.

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  3. Nate

    Slow down there guys. Initially my reaction was the same as yours. The deck is stacked against men in this country, and I’ve got a brother for his children right now. It’s absolutely disgusting what kind of hell a man who has done nothing more than marry the wrong person has to endure – if she so chooses. It happens far to often.

    Now, I can say all that and agree with the overall point Adam is making. I just think this is a bad example to illustrate his point. We have two separate issues. One was the cheating. The other was his reactions to it. On the cheating issue, the wife was obviously in the wrong, not the husband. I don’t even see how the lover was really at fault – she told him her husband was out of the picture, and she was offering sex. I can’t be too hard on him for saying yes to that.

    The husbands feelings were understandable, but his actions were stupid as hell. He was good to go right up until he decided to 1) film them in bed and 2) share it with her family. Also, did he leave his kid in the vehicle while he was breaking into the house to film his wife and her lover? That’s a whole other issue…

    I think the lover has a legitimate problem. He’s got a medical practice and a career that may have been ruined because of a sex tape being spread around by his lover’s husband, who broke into his house to film it. That would bother anyone and scared the shit out of him. Now, I’m not saying 15 years for this is reasonable, but the case isn’t over yet and there should be some sort of recompense.

    So can we admit that he did some wrong of his own while agreeing on the overall premise? There are literally hundreds of other cases right now that would be better illustrations of the point you’re trying to make.

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  5. Like it or not, having an affair isn’t a crime in New Jersey and even in the few states with adultery laws, they are rarely enforced against either men or women.

    Home invasion is a crime in all 50 states, is vigorously enforced and should be. Whether the door was locked or not, he had no legal right to be there.

    He’s really lucky this happened in the People’s Republic of New Jersey because in most states, the homeowner would have been fully justified to use deadly force in the face of a home invasion.

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    1. Gretz

      Hmm, castle doctrine meets justifiable crime of passion. It’s a tossup. I’d argue that it’s a de minimis trespass on his part, but I’m no lawyer.

      Though, if *she* had broken into her rival’s house, vandalized her husbands car and hers, yadda yadda, we’d still be hearing that she’s the victim.

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