2EZ wrote:We speak Turkish at home 100% so I will have a problem to play back audio to LEO at the curb anyways. This is for the court if/when it comes to it. Video would be in addition to audio as additional evidence against false accusations.
The beloved-ex (stbx at the time) and myself spoke another language at home. Still the officer listened to my audio recorder for few minutes, asked me few questions, and then he was done.
On my recorder you could hear the beloved-ex going on and on and on and on ...... you could also hear me comforting the child and trying to put the child to sleep. I was not exchanging any words with the beloved-ex.
The good news is that foreigners find English foul language more attractive than their own. lol ... So, unless your beloved-ex doesn't speak English at all
, I am sure she will use some colorful English words in the middle of Turkish sentences to degrade you.StoryTime
: My time at home was 100% spent with the child. So, when the child was up, I was always talking and playing with the child. When the child was sleep and ex started picking a fight, I would seek refuge in the child's room or my office while talking to myself (for the recorder) in English. I basically, verbalized what I was doing. I also did things that would have distinctive sound; like typing on computer's keyboard. Please note that I knew the beloved-ex was advised to claim DV and it was matter of when and not if. So, I continuously polished my procedure and get better at it as the time passed.
Best of luck,