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  • I believe that you should take the email to your local police agency. The police have investigative options and procedures available to them to gather information and statements from individuals that may prove or disprove your suspicions. Either way, you will have an answer, or at least have the start of an answer. But, more importantly you will have given the police reason to, at least be watchful of your safety in the future. If the police begin to talk to witnesses or acquaintances of your ex, may send a warning to him that you are serious and that the police are suspicious of his actions. That may be enough to insure you safety. I certainly hope this is helpful to you. If you have any other concerns, please get back to me and I'll try to be of more help. Steve
  • It is my opinion that you are being paranoid. Consider that I may not know the entire story (I only have this question to go on) but a car crash has to be one of the most unreliable ways to kill somebody. Even if they are or know somebody that is an expert mechanic/crash analysis tech/scientist/whatever, it is impossible to guarantee somebody's death by tampering with their vehicle. (at least in an undetectable way) When people are angry, they say things that, on later reflection, they realize they didn't mean and don't act on them. I suppose it would only cost you a little time to start the police investigation but, unless you are leaving something out, I don't think it would be worth the trouble. You mentioned being friendlier lately too, which further convinces me of this. Hope this helps...

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