Police also detained one man who was dropped off at a nearby hospital with a broken leg and another found in an overnight house search.Werts and Eric Van der Spyt, his office’s spokesman, said a decision would be made later on whether to hold or release the two.I joined an online dating website and within 20 minutes was texting a few guys, one of them was “Jean, the Frenchman who teaches French children that live in the US”. He’s so sweet, kind, affectionate, doting, all of this in only 3 weeks. I poked around the internet to discover that yes, he lied to me. I told him I like him for how he treats me not because he’s a French schoolteacher.We text every day and talk most nights on the phone. I was more upset that he lied than the fact that he’s Muslim or Algerian. I texted him, asking him to be honest about a question I have. He said he would explain everything Friday but asked that I don’t judge him until he tells me. Friday night, our 3rd date, we were to go to Long Beach and just hang out and talk and stuff.However, with limited staff and resources, we simply cannot respond to all who write to us.Submit questions or comments online By postal mail: Central Intelligence Agency Office of Public Affairs Washington, D. 20505 By phone:(703) 482-0623Open during normal business hours.The information you provide will be protected and confidential.
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I’m recently divorced, mid-thirties, no kids, living at home with my parents because it’s rent free and we are very close.
I was raised Protestant but never believed in god and am non-religious now. “you asked me to be honest, yes I am :)” “Are you really from France? This was last Thursday and we had a date on Friday night. ” I told him yes, that I didn’t care that he was Muslim or isn’t French, I care that he lied about it.
Last week, I showed a pic of us to a friend who gave me a look (I’ll admit, I’m a bit naive and too trusting of just about everyone). I met him at the train station and before we left, I said “you have some explaining to do.” We talked for about 10 minutes in my car. I asked him if he’s disappointed that I won’t convert to Islam. But if the media, friends, and some family are right, then I’m screwed.