Produced by Susan Mallie, Jennifer Terker and Claire St. Amant Ramon Sosa, was a former pro boxer who owned two gyms in Houston, Texas. He was on top of the world — until he learned someone was trying to hire a hit man to kill him. He came out fighting, helping police in an elaborate sting which meant he'd go down for the count in a most unusual way. "48 Hours" correspondent Peter Van Sant goes inside the twisted case of a man whose murder was ordered – and who lived to talk about it. To this day, Ramon Sosa finds it surreal that he was the target in a murder-for-hire plot. Ramon Sosa: I would've never believed it. I would've thought it was just something that is -- you only see in movies, or in -- on TV. I would've never thought that it would be happening to me. He appeared to have the perfect life -- from rubbing shoulders with celebrities like Hugh Hefner to owning a successful boxing gym in Houston. And he had found the love of his life, Lulu. Ramon Sosa: … [Read more...] about Former boxer marked for murder goes undercover to catch the person who wanted him dead
I divorced my husband and want him back
I'M married to a man that I want to divorce. We've been together for 15 years but he's betrayed my trust so many times over the years.I know he's seeing another woman at work – he hasn't denied it and when I asked one of his colleagues, they confirmed it. I've also found receipts in his jacket for jewellery or gifts that I've never received.His mobile phone is full of calls to this woman and when he went away on business recently, she went too. At home, we're sleeping in separate rooms and our sexual relationship stopped over two years ago.We barely speak to each other except when our daughter is around. She seems confused and withdrawn at times, so we try to pretend that nothing is wrong. However, she's a smart eight-year-old and I am sure she is aware that something is wrong.Last week, I tried once again to get him out of the house by packing his cases while he was at work, but when he came home, he somehow made it seem like it was all my fault.Then yesterday, I overheard him … [Read more...] about Ask Fiona: Should I divorce my husband or will that put me in debt?
MY husband and I were in our teens when we got married, and we had two of our four children before I was 20. Now we have four in total, and at 31, I'm feeling old, whereas he seems to have reverted back to his teenage years. Our marriage has run out of steam as I don't have any energy to do anything, and he wants to start doing the things he never had the chance to do when he was younger. He goes out nearly every night, but as the kids are too young to be left alone, I'm always stuck indoors looking after them. Even if I wanted to go with him I probably wouldn't be able to, because I've got no energy. The strain on our marriage is starting to tell and although I've I tried to get him to stay in a bit more, he says there's no point because I'm never interested anyway. I suppose that's true because all we seem to do these days is nag each other, but I'm afraid my marriage may be on the rocks. MP FIONA SAYS: I think your husband is acting very unfairly, but the first thing to tackle here … [Read more...] about Ask Fiona: My husband has changed and my marriage heading for divorce
Dear Amy: My much younger sister and her husband recently decided to purchase the home next door to my husband and me.My husband was not happy about this. He thinks they are “cheap,” and “moochers.” (They do have that reputation in the family.)He feels they should’ve asked us before making the offer on the house next to us. My husband told me that he is not going to start “giving them things” or “letting them mooch” just because they are our neighbors now, and that he wants to remain firm.Within a day of them moving into their new house, they asked us for our Wi-Fi password. My husband told them no. A few days later, they asked for a whole list of household items. My husband said no to all of it.My sister came to me, saying that they were hurt and confused by my husband saying no. Amy, I caved and gave her everything she asked for, including the password.My husband was furious and said that I enable this sort of behavior. My feeling … [Read more...] about Ask Amy: My sister moved in next door. Now my husband’s mad. What should I do?
Supported by Weddings Vows By TAMMY La GORCE APRIL 6, 2018 Continue reading the main story Share This Page Continue reading the main story Just before Jenny Sanford, the former first lady of South Carolina, became engaged to Andy McKay in December, she was crammed in a car with her four sons, ages 19 to 25, and a trunk full of Christmas presents. When she noticed her phone ringing with a call from Louisville, Ky., she picked up via car speaker.It was Mr. McKay, and he wanted to see how her post-holiday drive was going. She and the boys were returning home to Mount Pleasant, S.C., after visiting her mother in Hobe Sound, Fla. After they each said “I love you” and hung up, the ribbing began.“My son Landon started teasing me mercilessly, and then all of them were like, ‘When are you guys getting married?,’” Ms. Sanford said. “I turned bright red. It was like I was a little girl. They were all … [Read more...] about After Scandal and Divorce, Jenny Sanford Learns She Can Love Again