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He told her that while he was living in Britain, he was currently doing engineering work in Nigeria.
They exchanged messages and she even spoke several times on the phone to a man claiming to be her online date.
I completely trusted him.'Mrs Fowkes only realised something was wrong when police turned up on her doorstep in November 2010.
'I completely believed he was coming back and he was going to pay me back,' Mrs Fowkes said. Everything I asked – like why the embassy couldn't help – he always had an answer for.'I believed I had started a relationship but looking back I was obviously being groomed.
'I'm very lucky I have a wonderful, beautiful husband who is just so loving and fantastic.
I always tell my friends you're never too old to find love.
It is extremely rare that a convicted sex offender speaks freely about their crime and the life they attempt to live in a new community.
Those targeted are often intelligent, professional people.Dan Richards and is church's pastor (long-time educator, former Watertown High School Headmaster Steve Watson) on "the kind of things that scare people" about him. Peterson said his crime was against a family member, not "running down the street and see some children." The question whether I should be living near a preschool is a question that is more asked in general" about convicted sex offenders like Peterson. "My crime was not against pre-school children or somebody I didn't know or lots of lots of children. "If you have serious questions, talk to me," he said. On the first day of school, a white SUV showed up and approached a child. "It seems as though the big reason why we are here tonight is me," said Peterson, a 6-foot, 5-inch, glasses-wearing former Lexington resident, who moved in with his wife and their 14-year-old daughter on Barnard Street in late July.
Read about the public meeting in a related story in Belmont Patch.
Of course there are people who will say, "How on earth did you fall for it?